Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » See Search Engine Info for Mutiple Pages/Posts

  • Resolved ryanleeh

    (@ryanleeh)


    Hello, is there a way to see the settings for multiple pages and posts with regarding whether search engines are showing those pages/posts and following links in those pages/posts? Typically I have to look at this under the advanced settings for each page or post individually.

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  • Plugin Support Pcosta88

    (@pcosta88)

    Hi,

    Yoast does not have a feature which permits you at a glance to see what pages you have set to be indexed.

    We have a developer tool here https://developer.yoast.com/customization/apis/rest-api which lets you pull data from the pages that you can then sort and more easily find what pages have a noindex tag vs. ones that do not. You would likely need to build out some custom code to output all the data for the pages.

    Unfortunately, there’s a difference between the support we can offer and the level of programming needed to change (core) features of our plugin. Since we don’t want to take the risk that we break your website by suggesting incorrect or incomplete code, we cannot advise you on how to make such changes. And even though we cannot be of any assistance, you’re completely free to change anything in the plugin to better suit your needs.

    We highly recommend checking out our list of Yoast Partners here https://yoast.com/yoast-partners/ in case you are in need of development.

    We will also keep this issue open for 2 weeks in case someone from the community can help. Perhaps a developer watching these forums can assist further. After which, we will close in order to keep the overview.

    The other workaround is to view your sitemap and any URL NOT on the sitemap is a likely candidate for having a noindex tag. This guide explains more about how to find the sitemap: https://yoast.com/help/xml-sitemaps-in-the-wordpress-seo-plugin/

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