Search Console Property Settings page

The Property Settings page in Search Console enables you to view your settings for the current property. Click an item on the settings page to view or manage that setting.

The property settings affect only the current property.

To open the settings page for your Search Console property, either click the settings icon Settings in the navigation bar or click here.

User-level settings are documented here.

The list of settings you see varies according to the property and your property permissions. Some properties are not eligible for some settings, and some settings are only visible to users with owner or full user permissions.
Setting or value Description
Ownership verification Manage the verification method used for this property.
Associations See and manage any associations between your property and another Google account.
Users and permissions See and manage the list of users for the current property. (Management rights apply only to property owners.)
Removing a property

Remove a property from your list, with the option of adding it back later (in most cases).

Change of address Use this tool when moving your site to a new domain (such as moving from example.com to example2.com).
Press publication designation Manage your site's status as a press publication.
International targeting report Choose which country should be prioritized when showing your search results.
Limit the Google crawl rate If your site is being overwhelmed by Google crawl requests, you can limit the request rate.
Indexing crawler Which is the primary crawler used for this site: mobile or desktop.
Date property added Shows the most recent time that you added the property to your property list.
Remove property Click the Remove property button to remove a property from your property list.
Crawl stats See how often Google crawled your site in the last 90 days.
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