Majestic has had a bit of a delayed spring clean! We have rolled out:
- Redirection Status Codes
- Improved ability to Download ALL your back links
- Better clarification when your reports are out of date
- Better navigation in advanced reports
We have also updated some other areas of the site.
Standard Report counts and Advanced Report counts
We recognise that having separate report counts for Standard Reports and Advanced Reports ( in addition to the Maximum backlinks allowance for Advanced Reports ) is unnecessarily complex.
Unfortunately, due to the staggering amount of data analysed in the production of Advanced Reports, we cannot remove the backlinks restrictions upon them, but we have merged the Standard Report count and Advanced Report count into one new total which we hope is easier to explain to newcomers to Majestic – “Detailed Reports Per Month”. We have generated this new figure as a sum of the Standard Report count and Advanced Report count – which we hope provides a large gain in flexibility for our customers, without any degradation in service.
You asked for Redirect Information and Status Codes on Site Explorer. You Got It:
Changes to the “My Reports” screen
Advanced Report Screens
The first thing you may notice in the Advanced Report Changes is the addition of the same menus system used on the “My Reports” screen – clearing the Margin on the left hand side of the screen to give you a better view of your data. Whilst the “Overview” link is now hidden from the menu it is still available on the breadcrumb trail so is just as accessible as ever.
Following Feedback on the difficulty of finding the “download all backlinks” button on advanced reports, we have broken the download options down to four screens. The top option – “Download backlinks”.
We have moved the Advanced Report Analysis Options under the “Regenerate Report” menu. We have also added a calendar pop-up in order to ease date handling on both sides of the Atlantic.
There is also now a first found date selector – though please note that the accuracy decreases significantly for historic reports as one travels further back in time – try to assume approximate months.
We hope you like this spring tidy – we’ve been able to act on some feedback and we hope we have managed to both enhance and simplify our service – a difficult juggling act. We recognise we still have improvements to make, so if you spot any errors or commissions, particularly on our new FAQ or Glossary then please contact us.