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9/1/18
Original Poster
George Kao

How to show the "Position" column in the new Google Search Console Performance Report?

I've tried to click the arrow above the columns, but then it asks what number to filter by.


How to show the Position column instead?


Thanks!


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kishwar555
9/1/18
kishwar555
Hi,
Click on the Download button -> Download CSV. That is how I currently see the column in report after filtering criteria like date in New Search console.

Other experts can help us reg this question about new Search console?

HugoMe
9/1/18
HugoMe
Hi
On top of the graph click on the tab 'Average position'

The position column will appear.
9/1/18
Original Poster
George Kao
Thanks for both your replies!

To show anyone who may have had some trouble finding it, look for the 4 boxes above the line graph.  The white box on the right says "Average position" -- click on that box. It'll become purple.  Then, scroll down and the Position column will finally be displayed.  See image below:

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kishwar555
9/1/18
kishwar555
Thanks @HugoMe & @George!

For me the New search console is equivalent to the New Gmail look. Both are like "ehhh...?" Old is Gold (or maybe my comfort zone :-D )
HugoMe
9/1/18
HugoMe
You're welcome kishwar555

Sometimes it is getting used to the new search console
You can find more information about the new google search console at https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/7451491
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