I don't know about you, but when it comes to Google Search Console I spend about 0.01% of the time adding sites and 99.99% analyzing existing ones. And yet when signing into Search Console with many verified sites the interface is ALL about adding a new one. Maybe 10% of the UX would be reasonable but it looks for all the world like I have nothing added.
To get to my sites I need to click the hamburger. Come on Google, being mobile first doesn't have to mean being desktop hostile.
Clicking the hamburger isn't even enough. This just brings up a practically blank sidebar. I then need to expand the 'Search property' drop down. Finally I get a needlessly scrolling list of my sites.
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(Published to the Fediverse as: Google search-for-your-own-verified-sites Console #marketing #google #searchconsole Why do I need to click a hamburger AND drop down a menu to get to a list of verified sites in Google Search Console? )