Search Console method under Keyword Research in RankTracker allows you to gather the keywords from your Google accounts (both Search Console and Google Analytics). This is a method to use when doing research for your site, to harvest the organic keywords your site shows up for. The method won't do for competitors' research, as you'll need to connect the Google accounts associated with the project website.
To run the search, open your RankTracker project and navigate to the Keyword Research > Search Console section. If you haven't connected your Google accounts to the project, you'll need to do that first.
Choose either Search Console or Google Analytics as the source, and click to connect your account, then follow the pop-up wizard to enter your email address and the password:
Make sure to allow access for RankTracker:
And choose the corresponding property from your account:
Hit OK, and the account settings will be saved for the given project under Preferences > Google Search Console or > Google Analytics menu.
With Google Analytics, you can collect all the keywords from a certain website's property.
With Search Console, you can choose one of the available Search Modes:
In the Advanced Settings menu, you can:
Once the search is finished, you will see a table with the list of found keywords. Depending on the source, you'll get a number of metrics along with the keywords:
You can manage the keywords through the context menu by selecting and right-clicking on them to:
You can also sort the data in the workspace by setting up custom filters, and adjusting the list of visible columns (for GA); or quickly export the data to CSV.
After you save and close the project, all the keywords left in the workspace will be automatically moved to Keyword Sandbox, allowing you to run a brand new search next time.