It’s now possible to report issues to Google related to domain verification and user management in Search Console.
With just a click of a button, we can now report issues to Google related to user management and domain verification in Search Console. This feature is the extension of the Google program which started this year. It also allows users to report bugs.
First, Google introduced the ability to report security issues found in search. Users can now inform Google about urgent bugs in Search Console, such as the inability to verify a domain.
Here’s more about how to use this feature and which types of issues it can help to get it to resolve.
The signed-in users in the US will soon see a “Report user management issues” or a “Report Domain Verification Issues” when consulting with certain help documents. Clicking the button will allow you to fill in an error report with more details. But first, you have to go through the troubleshooting steps related to the issue you’re experiencing.
If those fail, then you can submit the report.
These buttons should not be your first option for seeking assistance with Search Console problems.
You can read Google’s help guides or connect with the community forums to get the best way to resolve the user management and domain verification issues.
If any of Google’s guides or any community forums can’t find the help you’re looking for, then the “Report user management issues” or “Report Domain Verification Issues” buttons can be used to make Google aware of your problem.
This feature is currently being piloted in the US only, and support is only available in English for now. Google will reassess how useful this feature is, and may expand it even further in the next month. If you don’t see the new buttons right now, you should within the next week or less.