Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » Yoast Analysis Headings – How to Disable

  • Resolved bmw2020


    In my Yoast Keyword tab, under Analysis, I’m seeing headings that I’ve not seen before such as Problems, Improvements, Considerations, Good. Within each are the respective red, orange, grey, and green color-coded items. Why the headings? They only take up more vertical space, require more scrolling, and the colors red, orange, green already indicate relative importance sufficiently in any human mind. And in any case, there’s the verbal description of the issue, so its crystal clear what the “Problems, “Improvements”, etc. are anyway. Is there a way to disable those headings? Like the way Yoast was before? Thank you. I looked but could not find any answer at

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  • MariusG


    Unfortunately, you cannot disable the headings, but you can expand or hide the ones that you do not want to see by clicking on the headings.

    For example, you can choose to only see the Problems, that would reduce how much you have to scroll to see the analysis.



    Since I want to see all colored bullet points (like before), how can I get all headings to STAY expanded, each time the page is loaded/refreshed?

    Right now, the Problems heading is always expanded, but none others. Thanks

    Plugin Support devnihil


    Currently there is not an option in the plugin to configure which section of the analysis is shown by default. The default behavior of the plugin is to alert you to the problems section of the analysis.

    We’re actively using the bug tracking on our GitHub repository so your best next step would be to create a new feature request for our developers at You can create a new issue to submit your feature request. You will need an account to create one.

    Don’t forget to include the URL to this conversation in your feature request!



    I submitted a feature request at I’m new to github, so hopefully my submission is good and will be taken under advisement.

    Plugin Support Michael Tina


    Thanks for opening a new issue on GitHub!

    While we cannot assure a definite timeline on the resolution of the issue, the developers will be taking a close look at all open issues in the queue and will prioritize and respond accordingly.

    Please do track your issue for any further responses. Setting this thread to resolved.

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