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I want to exclude a subfolder when analyzing data of a website. In that case, a blog with different purposes from the main website.

Moving the blog in a subdomain would be the best solution, but I can't do it.

I wish to check the homepage and the rest of the website indipendently from the blog. So:

  1. www.example.com, without /blog/
  2. www.example.com/blog

If I add the subfolder as a new site in Search Console, the tool would also show me data from /blog subfolder.

Is there a way to solve this?

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No Google Webmaster Tools isn't setup that way. If you need that much granularity into your site, GWT isn't the right tool anyways. I don't think it even has an active product manager right now.

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Yes, it's possible.

As said here by Sezhers How to see the searched terms that refer to my homepage in Google Search Console you can filter in or out pages and folders of your website.

In my case, I use the filter "URL is" as in below screenshots.

1st passage for filtering pages in Google Search Console

2nd passage for filtering pages in Google Search Console

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