My Sites in Bing Webmaster Tools

If you have added more than one site in Bing Webmaster Tools (you can add up to 1,000 sites per account), you will see all sites that you have added to your account on the My Sites page. You can navigate to the Dashboard for a site by clicking it in the My Sites table. Other than that, the My Sites page allows you to add more sites and see the following information for your sites at a glance:

  • A thumbnail of your site
  • Number of new messages that are in your inbox in the Message Center for the site
  • % change for clicks from search, appeared in search (impressions), pages crawled, and pages indexed
My Sites in Bing Webmaster Tools
Your site thumbnail is not updated every day and it can take a while for it to be populated when adding a new site.

Selecting a Date Range Using the Date Selector

You can select the date range for which you want to see data by using the date selector at the top of the My Sites table. You can select from the following presets from the drop-down box:

  • Last 7 days
  • Last 30 days (the default)
  • Last 3 months
  • Last 6 months

You can also select a custom start and end date by using the calendar control. Available dates are clickable. Dates for which no data is available are not clickable and grayed out. Note that we start to collect data for your website inside Webmaster Tools from the day it was first registered within a Webmaster Tools account. Currently, we keep a maximum of up to 6 months’ worth of data per site.

Any change information is always based on the selected period compared to the previous matching period of the same length; So when selecting 7 days, you will see change information compared to the 7 day period prior to that. Since we store up to 6 months’ worth of data, you can see data for that entire period with % change information for up to 3 months.

If you have recently added your site it will take some time until you can see % change information for the default setting of 'Changes for the Last 30 days'. Simply select a shorter time range in the Date Selector to see % change information sooner.