Squarespace, the website builder tool, can now display data from the Google Search Console on its portal. Google announced on Twitter, "If you're a Squarespace user, now you can see how people found each of your pages in search." Google said that "you can find page-level queries, clicks, and impressions in the updated search keyword window".
So when you sign in to Squarespace and go to the Search Keywords section, some of this data may be provided by Google Search Console.
Here is the screenshot that Google shared:
I don't know anyone who uses Squarespace personally, but the company was founded in January 2004 and has about 800 employees. So, you have to power a ton of websites.
Forum discussion on Twitter.