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Schedule recurring site audits
Schedule recurring site audits

In Site Auditor settings, click edit, then select your frequency preferences from the available dropdown menus.

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Written by Matthew Davis
Updated over a week ago

Site Auditor is available as a paid add-on in accounts created before November 2023. For more information please reach out to our friendly support team.

How to schedule recurring site audits

From within a campaign, hover the left hand menu to expand it, then click SEO > Site Auditor.

This will take you to the Site Auditor integration dashboard, sometimes referred to as the Site Auditor page.
Click the filters button in the upper right, then click Settings to switch tabs.

Lastly, click the pencil icon to open the Site Auditor settings for this campaign.

This page will display the current settings for Site Auditor. To edit these settings, click Edit in the bottom right, and the end of the list.

Next, you can select the frequency and time of your schedule, set a page crawl limit, as well as customize any exclusions.
Click the Schedule dropdown, then select Weekly or Monthly. Doing so will reveal the other options, such as day of week, or day in the month, and time of day.

In the example above, your audits would now automatically run every week on Wednesday at 3:45PM. The time is relevant to the time zone in your campaign settings.

The remaining options help you to configure the scope of the Site Audit. To learn more about excluding paths, tests, pages, or page tests, check out this article.

Once you have them set to your liking, click Save in the bottom left. With that you've successfully scheduled Site Auditor, and it will automatically run on the next scheduled date.

Note: We only keep historical site audit data for 3 months. After 3 months, it's automatically deleted. You can download your site audit data as a PDF report if you wish to keep long-term records. See here for more information on creating reports and downloading them as PDFs.

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