new crawl stats report launches in Google Search Console
Google has revamped the crawl stats report to provide actionable and useful data to your crawling issues. Read More About this.
google has announced the launch of a new crawl stats report in Google Search Console.
You may be able to access this report over here but keep in mind Google is rolling this out now and it might generate an error for you.
What’s new. Google said the new report makes it easier for developers, webmasters, SEOs, etc to find issues with Google crawling. What is new is:
Total number of requests grouped by response code, crawled file type, crawl purpose, and Googlebot type.
Detailed information on host status
URL examples to show where in your site requests occurred
Comprehensive summary for properties with multiple hosts and support for domain properties
New crawl stats report. This new chart shows your crawl stats over time, showing you the total crawl requests over a time period or by day, total downloaded data and the average response time.
Google also has a way to break it down into “grouped crawl data.” The report provides data on crawl requests broken down by these groups: (1) response, (2) file type of the fetched URL, (3) purpose of the crawl request, (4) and Googlebot agent.
Hosting issues are also uncovered with this report. So Google can show you why it had issues accessing your site. Google said “host status details in the report let you check your site’s general availability to Google in the last 90 days.” And for domain properties with multiple hosts, you can check the host status for each of the top hosts presented in the report summary view.