1. Domain property:
A domain-level property that Includes all subdomains (m, www, and so on) and multiple protocols (http, https, ftp).
If you have multiple subdomains (such as example.com, m.example.com, and www.example.com) you must add a separate property for each subdomain.
Domain property URL is a URL without a protocol (http/https) or any directory parts (/some/path/)
The following URLs are all valid Domain property definitions:
2. URL-prefix property:
It includes only URLs with the specified prefix, including the protocol (http/https).
Specify the URL of your property exactly as it appears in the browser bar, including the final / mark.
If your site supports multiple protocols (http and https), you must add a separate property for each protocol.
The following URLs are all valid URL-prefix definitions: