New Play Console Is Ready To Come Out Of Beta

Starting November 2, 2020 users will be automatically directed to the new Play Console when logging into the account.

Recently, Google announced that the new Play Console is ready to come out of beta.
Starting November 2, 2020, the old Play Console will be discontinued, and users will be automatically directed to the new Play Console when they log into their account.
The new release brings a lot of improvements and Google recommends users to switch to the new version now. To get started you can visit
Well, the new Play Console’s responsive design allows you to use it across all of your devices. The new navigation makes it easier to find and understand important features. The company has also added areas to help you better understand release status, acquisition performance, and guidance on policy changes.
In the latest version the Play Console the company has reorganized the releases area of the navigation. You wii now find Production at the top level, and all testing tracks have been grouped together. Internal app sharing has moved to Setup.
Well, the Speed and performance on different browsers have also increased, and there are many UI tweaks as well such as making text boxes resizable, introducing unread notices for messages, and refining headers on mobile so they use space more efficiently.
The new release also launches Inbox, personalized messaging area, for users, featuring helpful information, policy updates, feature recommendations, and more.
You can now see what changes are in the review in the new Publishing overview page. Managed publishing gives you control over your launch by allowing you to decide when approved changes are actually published.