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  • treysuttle

    (@treysuttle)


    Took over a site today. Cleaned up a bunch of tag, category, and spammy posts crap. Then lo and behold – there were exactly 770 ‘Make sure you don’t miss out on traffic – BUY PREMIUM’ notices. It would take me hours to delete all of them! At least if you are going to spam like this, have a button that will delete all notices so people do not have to manually delete every single one every time. I’ll definitely be using another SEO plugin.

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  • Plugin Support monbauza

    (@monbauza)

    Hi @treysuttle,

    Thanks for your comment.

    We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused you.

    Yoast SEO is expected to display only one redirect notification after deleting multiple posts/categories in bulk. Are you running the latest version of the plugin – Yoast SEO v11.8? We ask as there was a bug in versions prior to Yoast SEO v7.9 that caused multiple notifications to appear.

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  monbauza.

    I may have not been running the latest version at that time. I haven’t had an opportunity to check with the latest version, but will eventually on my next site ‘clean up’. I also know it’s probably not common to have to clean up and remove hundreds of categories and tags from a site, so my situation might have already been on the extreme end of what the usual experience would be.

    Otherwise, I’ve used the plugin for years with no problems.I was just a little thrown back when I saw that I would have to manually click hundreds of identical notifications or scroll for literally minutes past them to the get to the options.

    Plugin Support monbauza

    (@monbauza)

    Hi @treysuttle,

    Thanks for providing additional information.

    The issue you reported shouldn’t occur in the latest version of the plugin (currently Yoast SEO v12.1). If you experience the same problem again in the future, please let us know and we’ll investigate it further as it’s not expected behavior.

    Thanks!

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