Google has not yet decided on the transfer of the Disavow Links Tool to the new Search Console

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At the moment, the tool for rejecting links (Disavow Links Tool) is available in the old version of Google Search Console and has not yet been transferred to the new version of the service. When the search officer, John Müller, was asked when the transfer would be made, he replied: “We have no plans for this yet.”

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What will happen with this tool further, Muller does not know. He himself is not against giving site owners the opportunity to reject those resources with which they do not want to be associated.

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Earlier, Muller said that the rejection of links can help Google more trust other links to the site. And in March, Gary Ilsh, an analyst of the quality search department , once again repeated that if there were no manual sanctions imposed on the site, then there is no need to decline links.

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