Gary Illyes from the Google Webmaster Trends Analyst team declared that the Google Search Console, at one time called Google Webmaster Tools, can begin sending their notifications to fewer individuals for the average notification type. The amendment can inherit play in regarding three weeks and can solely have an effect on the average type of notification.
Google can currently solely give notice the direct owner of the website in question, not the property owner. For example, if a website like https://example.com/dont/panic/have/a/towel triggers a message inside the Google Search Console, Google would give notice to website owners:
https://example.com/dont/panic/have/a/towel (the site triggering the message)
Now, only the owner of https://example.com/dont/panic/have/a/towel can receive the notification within the Google Search Console. According to Gary Illyes, the amendment won’t have an effect on Google notifies webmasters of more serious messages, like notifications that a website has been hacked.