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I have 2 domains that I want to "map" together in Google Search Console. Each domain is for a different countries: example.ch for Switzerland and example.de for Germany. How can I group them in the right way so they can share their rankings?

  • Can you please explain a bit more. e.g: Are you saying you want to merge 2 domains into 1, or you want both domains live independently, ranking in their respective country google results or something else. Try and edit your question to be more specific. – Max Jul 24 '18 at 6:37
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In the classic view of Webmaster Tools, this can be achieved by Grouping Properties into 'Sets'.

This is directly available on https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/set-edit.

Up to 200 properties can be added in a set, including https vs https, www and non-www version of web properties.

in the new search console, there will be a new way to handle this but is currently unavailable.

Source: Official Documentation

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    I don't think this answers the question, it sounds more like he wants to merge the domain into a single domain, hence 'so they can share their ranking' – Max Jul 24 '18 at 6:36

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