Many Google users are facing problems indexing their websites on the Google webmaster search console. “URL not in property” error message pops up when a user tries to index a website page.
Google recently migrated its Webmaster tool to a new version also known as Google search console. ‘’Fetch As Google” is also migrated to the new Google search console. “Fetch As Google” is a famous feature across website owners for quick indexing their website and also check for any indexing-related issues. Google made some changes in the way one should submit their website on Google for indexing.
How to inspect a page?
To index a website page, one just need to paste their website page url on “Inspect any URL in https://yourwebsitename.com” in status bar and hit enter. Now you have complete information about the requested page. To index a page, just press Request Index button.
Many users gets a message “URL not in property”. This simply means your website which is referred to as property is not added in search console.
How to add a website to the Google search console?
To add a property/website to the google search console, just click on your website on the left-hand side corner. A drop-down menu will appear and select “Add a property”. Just follow the steps thereafter
How to Fix .“URL not in property” on Google Webmaster search console
Now coming to main fix. First thing first, see whether the entered URL is same as the website selected. Please make sure you have selected right property to which the post belongs to.
If you are sure about property name and post, and the Google search console still reports “URL not in property”, in this case, you need to add your website again. Google has automatically migrated all your property from the old webmaster tool to the Search console but for some users, it seems that the migration of property name is not clean.