Google Search Console allows you to monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot your site's presence in Google Search results.
Connecting to Google Search Console
Select Google Search Console as your data source and you will see Google's login screen. Enter your login credentials and click/tap Sign In. You will then see an authorization prompt; click Allow.
2. Choose a property
If you have several Google Search Console properties, select the one you want to use.
Once logged in, you can also use the same property later to create another visualization unless you delete the data source.
Working in the Visualizations Editor
When you create a dashboard using Google Search Console as a data source, you may notice that fields are organized slightly differently.
For example, there is no "Fields" heading on the left. Instead, there are two sections in their own query field:
Dimensions (depicted by a cube icon with a pink side): Dimensions are attributes of your data. For example, the dimension CountryCode (under the All cube) indicates the country code of your web site's audience.
Measures (depicted by 123 icon): Measures consist of numeric data. For example, the measure Clicks is the number of clicks from a Google search result that landed the user on your property.
If you need to learn more, check this Google Search Console article: Performance report.
There is one Data Filter when using the GSC data source in Analytics.
Date Range. Select a specific date range on the calendar to filter your data. You can also choose one of the preset date ranges by clicking the arrow in the upper right corner:
Default date range is Last 30 days. This means data will be retrieved for the last 30-day period, including today.