Google Removes Its URL Submission Tool

Google Removes Its URL Submission Tool

By DSIM Team / 28/07/2018
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Google removed its public URL submission tool and is advising people to use Search Console’s Fetch & Submit tool.

Now, site proprietors can let Google know about their new pages with the help of a sitemap file.

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Google provides steps to submit a URL to Google’s index through Search Console

  • Go for a fetch request for a URL considering Fetch as Google.
  • Click on “Request indexing” available in the fetch history table.
  • Choose to crawl on only that only URL or mix of URL and its direct links.
  • Click on “Submit” to let your request appear in the queue.

Site owners can now submit up to 10 individual URLs every day.

Recrawling function would not appear immediately or assuredly.

Submission of URLs through Search Console can be done only from the verified sites.

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