Okay I reported it nowUse the report link and simply ask to change the resource owner. It’s 2 clicks for us.
NOTE: If you are coming from an earlier version, please uninstall it before as this one won't install otherwise 👍
Changes in this release:
- Only check threads that are public (search engines can crawl)
- Show list of threads in tables and use macros for this
- Duplicate threads page to have pagination
Upcoming features planned (at some point)
- Option to ignore threads with 0 replies..
- Show more metadata about threads in the table (author, forum, views, etc..)
- Possibly also a short summary of first post for context (especially for short threads)
I set this as the new default as I've also landed on this number in my own SEO effortsSEO best practice is a limit of ~65 which is a common cutoff for desktop search (in reality it's by pixels).
The new release solves forum-exclusion automagically by excluding threads from forum nodes that are not public, since those are irrelevant for search engines (because they can't see them..)
First I thought that the longest (shortest) titles should go first. Then, when I realized that there are a lot of them, I started to think that I should fix first not the longest(shortest), but with biggest amount of replies, as those probably perform better than short one page treads, and after fixing will perform even better. This way my fixing work would be more efficient.The current ones in place seem to make most sense to me
By views and replies etc. I don't want to waste time changing titles of threads that are junk. Your 0 reply exclusion is a good idea.What kind of sorting did you have in mind? The current ones in place seem to make most sense to me, but I might be missing some useful scenario for filtering them