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I'm verified owner of GSC domain. Now I try to associate with this GSC a GA360 property/view of the same domain, where I have read & analyze access rights, .

After click on Associate in GSC backend the GA360 property is not appear on the list of properties available for association. Read & analyze rights however are working correct for me: I use this view since some time without any issue.

What can I do?

Google said in this fresh doc, I would have correct access rights and everything should work - but it doesn't. However, in the linked document Google mentions, GSC association with GA4 isn't currently possible - but GA360 isn't GA4, right?

I found another one misguiding sentence in the documentation of Google: at the beginning of the doc linked above Google means, access rights should be Read & analyze. Shortly before Google links another documentation: how to create an association. And there Google means, one should have an edit permission:

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But, in my understanding, edit permission is something completely different, then read & analyze. The difference is clear on the page, where access rights can be requested:

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On the left are my current rights, on the right - checked checkboxes to request edit rights.

Then, again: what can I do? Should I request additional edit access rights? Or is there completely no chance to associate GSC with GA360?

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  • GA360 isn't Universal Analytics which is what you would usually associate with GSC. Not sure if the association is possible. Aug 12 at 18:23
  • Google means only GA4 can't currently be associated with GSC...
    – Evgeniy
    Aug 12 at 23:28
  • I know that's not entirely true. Even if you have universal analytics you can't associate with a domain property in Google search console.. It only supports prefix properties. Aug 12 at 23:39
  • Hm, I have prefix property (https://www) - it is very very old, at the time of creation there was no domain property.
    – Evgeniy
    Aug 13 at 10:55

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