Average Position tab which helps publishers understand the average position of their website and web pages in search results has gone missing from the Google Search Console.
Average Position Tab Missing in Google Search Console
Google Search Console Average Position was introduced by Google to help publishers monitor their website search results position. However, for the last one hour users have reported that the average position tab has gone missing. What is currently left are Total Clicks, Total Impressions, and Average CTR.
Google has not issued an official statement to confirm or deny whether this is a bug or the feature has been removed. However, John Mueller from Google has confirmed through a Tweet that he does not think Average Position was meant to go away.
UPDATE: Google has confirmed that this is a bug. They are working to fix it
The good news is that the Average Position of pages is still available for users accessing Google Search Console data via API.
UPDATE: This issue has been fixed. Refresh your browser and you will see that the Average Position tab is back. If it is not available in your dashboard after a refresh, then give it time and refresh again.