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What is the meaning of displaying in Google Webmaster Search Queries page?

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I could not find the information in the documentation.

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This is the total number of Impressions and Clicks currently being displayed for the Query terms in the table below your image, based on the selected date range, and with Web selected under Filters.

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So it means webmaster does not show all the long-tail queries (for example). These impressions and clicks are included in the bold number. Ok, thanks. – JVerstry Aug 29 '13 at 7:24
The "Displaying" figure is the total being displayed, across all "pages" (in the pagination series) below the table. The "Show" pull-down just alters the pagination, nothing more. I certainly get some "long-tail queries" in the results. I would assume that those results that don't show fall below some minimum threshold. – w3dk Aug 29 '13 at 7:33

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