Update to Google Analytics Integration
Since Google Analytics is moving to version 4, we are now adding support for this as well. Have a look at the possibilities, it’s pretty cool! Also keep in mind that Google will be ending support for standard Universal Analytics on July 1st, 2023. All good things must come to an end.
New crawler status: Ignored
When the crawler finds a page with the no-index or canonical tag, or even a URL out of bound, it will not be added to your search index. Good news, now you can see this information directly in the crawler activity with the brand new “Ignored” status.
Bulk deleting Synonyms
Bulk deleting synonyms has never been easier. Select one or more synonym groups on the page and hit the delete button. You can even delete all synonyms on the page. And don’t worry, you will only delete the synonyms on the visible page, so you don’t accidentally remove more than you need to.
0 Byte files will be removed from index
When a file exists but has a size of 0 bytes, it will be removed from the search index. In other words, because Halloween is over, we are now implementing a “zero bite policy”.
See where 404 errors occurred from
When using our Intelligent 404 feature, it is useful to see which page the visitors came from, when clicking the dead link, right? We think so too, which is why we made a fix to ensure the referral list now shows correctly in the 404 analytics.
Banner Analytics trending values
When looking at analytics for banners, the current number of views and clicks, used to assume the previous period was always zero. But now you can actually see if this week's data is higher or lower than last weeks. Of course if the previous week actually had zero views, you can’t really see this fix at all.
CSV Export for “Search origin pages”
When exporting a .csv file with search origin pages data, you will now get all the data exported, rather than just the current page. Making your quarterly data reports has never been faster!
Adding page ranking from “Search without results”
When looking at a search term in the “Search without results” interface, you can now add page rankings directly from the interface, and get the page ranking interface. Previously we just showed you the dashboard, which was pretty nice, but maybe not what you were looking for.
Crawling numbers called "numbers" clickable area
When crawling content and looking for a number-type field ending with “_number” but the page has a non-number value, the log will now show the page as failed. You get it, numbers are hard sometimes.
"Did you mean" clickable area
When showing the “did you mean…” suggestion, the clickable area is no longer the full width of the window. Contrary to popular belief, we didn’t mean to do that.
MyCludo scrolling fix
The scrolling has been fixed when opening modal in MyCludo. You can now scroll to your hearts' content… Or until your finger hurts.
Instant engine permissions
Changes to engine permissions for a user did not kick in as fast as it should. But don’t worry, from now on your users will have the right permissions instantly.
Voice search icon now in 36 languages
The title attribute of the voice search icon is no longer only in English. In fact we added 35 other language versions of the “Search by voice” title. As they say in France: “You are le welcome.”
Multiple links within banners
When designing a banner, you can now add links to multiple elements at once. We recommend you use these saved seconds at the water-cooler to hear about your colleagues' weekend plans!
Synonyms containing communal words
Happy Independence Day to our US customers! Very apropos, synonyms, which contain the same word as the query, are now liberated and act like a true synonym. For example, “Independence day” is a synonym of the query “independence.”
Cue the fireworks!
We located a vulnerability in our search function when using category values. It has now been fixed, so no evildoers can mess with your search results.
Overlay template update
When closing a search with the overlay template and going back in your browser we would show a “page not found” message. After looking under the couch cushions, we have now found the page.