Google brings rich results filter to Search Analytics report within Search Console

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Google Search Console has quietly added a feature within the Search Analytics report to filter data based on “rich results.”

Rich results are when your pages show up in the search results as rich cards or other forms of rich snippets. The report gives you a better sense of how many impressions and clicks you get for rich results and how the click-through rate might differ compared to normal search results.

Here is a screen shot showing the rich results filter within the search appearance option:

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At Google I/O, we saw proof that this type of filter was coming, and now it is here. Google did add the AMP filter to that report some time ago.

Google has not yet announced the rich results filter availability in this report, but you should be able to see it.

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