c. In the “Google search console” tab, copy the email address displayed in “Authorise AFS Analytics to access your data” f field.
d. Sign in to your “Google search console” account. You need to allow AFS Analytics to access your account. Click on “Add or remove users” in the “Manage property” menu.
e. Click on the “Add a new user” button.
f. In the “Add a new user” box,
, type or paste the e-mail address you previously copied on AFS Analytics. For permission select “restricted” and click the “Add” button.
Note about security:
Data between AFS Analytics and “Google search console” is transferred via a secure connection. AFS can’t modify, delete, remove or change your “Google search console” information or data. AFS can only read the keywords.
g . On AFS Analytics, in the “Third Party” box, enter the various URLs of your site defined in Google search console. Example: http://www.mydomain.com , https://www.mydomain.com . Type one URL at a time and click on "Add". Repeat for each URL.
WARNING: If your property is a domain on "google search console", you will get the message "this is not a verified search console site". In this case you must type: "sc-domain:" followed by the name of your domain. Example: sc-domain:mydomain.com
h. Validate by clicking on the “Test and Save” button.