Google announced it is no longer supporting the preferred domain setting in Google Search Console. In short, this feature is not moving from the old Google Search Console to the new version.
Preferred domain setting. The preferred domain setting is an old Google Search Console feature that has been part of the toolset since it was named Google Webmaster Tools. It let you communicate to Google the preferred domain is the one that you would liked used to index your site’s pages, which is also referred to as the canonical domain.
What it looked like. Here is a screen shot of that feature in the old version of Google Search Console:
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