How do I give someone access to my Google Search Console

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Granting access to Google Search Console involves a few steps. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to give access to someone in Search Console:

1. Sign in to Google Search Console:

2. Select the Property:

  • If you have multiple properties (websites) added to the Search Console, select the property you want to grant access to.

3. Navigate to Settings:

  • On the left-hand side menu, click on “Settings.”

4. Users and Permissions:

Google Search Console

5. Add a New User:

  • Click on the “Add user” button.

6. Enter Email Address:

  • Enter the email address of the person you want to grant access to.

7. Select Permission Level:

  • Choose the permission level you want to grant:
    • Full: This level provides complete access to all features within Search Console.
    • Restricted: This level offers restricted access to certain features.

8. Send Invitation:

  • Click on the “Add” button to send the invitation.

9. Accept Invitation:

  • The person you invited will receive an email notification. They need to accept the invitation by clicking on the link in the email.

10. Access Granted:

  • Once they accept the invitation, they will have access to the selected property in Search Console according to the permission level you assigned.


  • Make sure you trust the person you’re giving access to, especially if granting full access.
  • It’s good practice to regularly review and manage the list of users with access to your Search Console properties to ensure security and appropriate access levels.

That’s it! You’ve successfully granted access to Google Search Console to someone.