I'm working with a website and there's a subdomain which I don't have access to.
In Google Search Console, the "Property" consists of the entire domain, including this subdomain. (It's all part of 1 Property).
The subdomain is handled by a different part of the company -- and it has a bazillion issues which show up in Google Search Console for the domain as a whole.
I'd like to separate these two domains into two different Search Console properties so that the top level site doesn't "see" the errors from the subdomain. And I'd like the subdomain to be its own property in Search Console.
(Also I'm a little afraid that the poor quality subdomain may be impacting the search performance of the top level domain? I'm not sure about this).
What I've done so far:
I used "Add Property" to add the subdomain to Search Console. That part was easy enough.
Now I have a listing for the top level domain and the subdomain.
What I want to do next
Is there a way to tell Search Console to then 'ignore' the subdomain from the main, top-level Search Console property?
Effectively this would give me two totally different Search Console properties. One for the top-level (minus the subdomain) and one for the subdomain.
Is this possible?