I have personal blog, and in one week my site is still not indexed in Google Search.
I have submitted to Google Analytics and Google Search Console and it's still not indexed.
Then I read in their sitemap guide that it says:
Use consistent, fully-qualified URLs. Google will crawl your URLs exactly as listed. For instance, if your site is at https://www.example.com/, don't specify a URL as https://example.com/ (missing www) or ./mypage.html (a relative URL).
Is it true that Google will not index my site because my website is missing
www or does not use a FQDN? Why can't I not use
www, because it would be my preference not to.