Crawl report segmentation now available

July 13, 2016 - 1  min reading time - by Emma Labrador
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It’s time for a new summer release! We have worked on your crawl report segmentation and on how to improve your user experience.
SEO audits should be easy and actionable. Working on how you access your SEO results is important to us. With this last update, you can quickly understand and access key data in just one glance and pick the information that matter to you.

Discover a clear view of your different crawl reports

Now, you can choose which information you want to see first. Do you want to access your crawl report first? Your crossed analysis results? Or do you want to directly use your most favorite tools such as our Data Explorer or URL details? Now this is as easy as a click.

When you choose a project, you can now either click on your logs results or pick your crawl results.

crawl segmentation

Then, you have the choice between going directly to your crawl report, your logs cross analysis, your data explorer or your URL details.

crawl segmentation available

Knowing that, you can see that we display key data about your different reports and tools. You can for instance directly know how many pages have been crawled, how many SEO visits you received or how many links we found. Useful right?

Delete a crawl

Latest update but not least, you can now delete a crawl. When you are on your crawl project, you can see a new button at the top right corner. You just need to click on it.

delete option available

And tick “ Yes, I would like to delete this crawl.”

how to delete crawl

That is quite simple.

And I guess you noticed that too, a new tab has appeared called ‘Traffic Analysis’. We keep the surprise for now, but be prepared to a big announcement in the next few weeks!


Do you have any feedbacks regarding that release? We would love to hear what you think. Feel free to drop us a line @Oncrawl_CS.

Emma Labrador See all their articles
Emma was the Head of Communication & Marketing at Oncrawl for over seven years. She contributed articles about SEO and search engine updates.
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