[Solved] “URL not in property” on Google’s new search dashboard
Url not in property – Google has recently upgraded its Webmaster tool, often known as Google Search Console, to a new version. The new tool has been available for some time, and Google has begun moving its features one by one.
Google has relocated the “Fetch As Google” option from older versions of Webmaster Tool to the new Search Console, deactivating it on older versions of Webmaster Tool. “Fetch As Google” is a well-known feature among website owners for quickly indexing their sites and checking for indexing concerns. Google has made several modifications to the way that websites are submitted for indexing.
How to add the URL of a blog post to the new Google Search Console:
To submit a website/blog article to Google for indexing, you must now utilise the console Inspect bar.
Simply paste the entire URL (including the domain name) into the terminal box and press ‘Enter.’ This will immediately begin processing the page and provide a minute-by-minute update on the page’s status. The option to submit the page for indexing will now appear.
However, many blog owners are having trouble indexing posts/URLs on Google’s new Search Console. It’s as if whenever you submit a post or url in the console bar, Google Search Console pops up an error notice that says “url not in property” and says to “inspect a url in the presently selected property or switch properties.”
Many blog owners are confused by the URL NOT IN PROPERTY problem notice, and they are unable to index their websites in the new Google Search Console.
How to resolve the “link not in property” issue in Google Search Conosle:
If you submit a URL that is not a part of or published under your website, Google will display a message telling you to inspect a URL in the currently selected property or switch properties. If you submit a URL that is not a part of or published under your website, Google will display a message telling you to inspect a URL in the currently selected property or switch properties.
In the Google Search Console, Google adds your website as a property, and all posts are handled under this property. On the console home page, pick property is directly below the “Google Search Console” symbol. Please double-check that you’ve chosen the correct property for the post.
If you’re certain about the property name and post, but Google Search Console still says “URL not in property,” you’ll need to add it again. Google has automatically transferred all of your properties from the old webmaster tool to Search Console, although it appears that the conversion of property names is not complete for some users.
You don’t have to delete the property in order to re-add it. Simply type in the property name once more (option is in property list). After you’ve done that, Google will refresh the property, and you should be good to go. Resubmit the URL for indexing and everything should be OK now.