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Customize the Site Auditor Crawl SettingsA quick guide on what our site auditor's settings mean and what they do
View and analyze site audit pagesWe discuss how to analyze page-level tests and results.
Run a one time site auditNavigate to Site Auditor within the campaign you'd like to run a one time audit, then edit your settings before running the audit.
Schedule recurring site auditsIn Site Auditor settings, click edit, then select your frequency preferences from the available dropdown menus.
Exclude specific pages from being crawledClick the settings button at the top right to edit your crawl settings. You'll then enter the paths or URLs to be excluded from the auditor.
View audit issues and errorsOnce your audit has completed, view the issues/errors found by clicking each type of error
View previous site audit resultsHead to the site auditor's history tab and select the past audit you'd like to view results for.
Download site audit resultsClick the "Export" button at the top right, then choose either a PDF or XLS file, or a shareable web link.
Compare to a previous site auditHead to the site auditor settings and select the past audit you'd like to compare with from the drop down menu.
Delete old site auditor dataHead to the history tab in the site auditor, select the test data to remove and click the delete button.
Ignore tests or pages in the site auditorHover over the test or page you'd like to hide from your results, and click the eye icon next to it in order to dismiss it.
Show or hide ignored tests or pages in the site auditorClick the settings button at the top right, and select "show ignored tests" or "hide ignored tests" from the drop down menu.
Allow our site auditor via robots.txt and firewallAllow our site auditor to crawl your website, or to set specific paths to be crawled.