Google has expanded the amount of data accessible by the Search Console Search Analytics API.
Users now have access to the full 16 months of data that is provided by the web UI.
The web version of Google Search Console has allowed users to view the past 16 months of data since the all-new Search Console was introduced this past January.
When the new Search Console was introduced, it was briefly mentioned that the API would eventually receive access to 16 months of data as well, but we haven’t heard anything about it since then.
It was officially announced today on Twitter that those using the API can access the same amount of data that can be accessed by Search Console on a web browser.
If you're using the Search Console Search Analytics #API, you now have access to all 16 months of data provided in the UI! If you'd like to integrate the data with your CMS or make your own tools, check out our docs athttps://t.co/cqVVyHIbUp
— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) June 18, 2018
This is a significant step up from the amount of data that was previously accessible by the Search Console UI.
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