Google has added another filter option to the Google Search Console performance report. This is under the “Search Appearance” filter, listing more than a dozen specific search result types or features. You can now see the “Math Solver”, a new rich result that helps people solve math problems in Google Search.
This is the announcement:
Following the announcement of the Math Solvers Search Console enhancement report (link below) a few weeks ago, today we added this rich result as the search appearance in the performance report to help you analyze the results https://t.co/G7o4IKUl1P
— Google Search Center (@googlesearchc) July 20, 2021
As early as March of this year, Google added structured data and debugging tools to Math Solver Rich results. We first saw these results in Google search results in late December 2020. Then, in June, Google added another six question types to the Math Solvers tag. Now, Google provides us with a way to see how these Math Solver rich results perform in the performance report of Search Console.
I don’t have this option, but if you go to your performance report and click on the “New” and “Search Appearance” options, you may see “Math Solver”. That is, if you have structured data and you appear in Google search to find that structured data:
The following is a list of possible “math solvers”:
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