Everyone loves a customizable dashboard, so we thought we’d join the party.
Don’t let the version numbers confuse you. DeepCrawl 2.0 was a complete rebuild from the ground up, without a single line of code shared with the previous version.
This has meant there are lots of changes to the system, which you might want to understand to explain some of the differences in reporting.
Site Explorer is a tree summary report of all the URLs included in the crawl, based on the URL structure.
Custom Extraction is a really useful feature which uses regex for matching. To help you out, we’ve added a few standard extractions you can choose from.
We’re happy to announce the launch of DeepCrawl 2.0.
We’ve been busy for the last few months working on another feature-packed release, which includes a mix of features, interface improvements and bug fixes.
Please note the new Pagination feature, which might change your Unique Pages count, but we think this is a major improvement to measuring your site architecture so it’s worth understanding why.
We know that serious SEOs refuse to compromise. You don’t want shortcuts; you want the best way to get the job done. So do we.
Welcome to DeepCrawl release 1.8 – it’s a big one! (Even if we do say so ourselves).