suggested this on June 09, 2011 08:24 AM
I downloaded the spreadsheet and found the source of my 404 errors, but it would be so much faster to deal with if I could see the 404 source URLs inside my Pro campaigns. Thanks!
Apologies - it has just been pointed out to me that this in fact got released. It is available in Moz Analytics, if you navigate to the Crawl Diagnostics page, then choose High Priority, and filter by 4XX errors, it is in the table.
So now I feel somewhat foolish for not realizing that had already been launched, but that is offset by the fact it is available in the app :)
Let me know if this works for you!
Wanted to give you an update. This data is still available in the CSV file, I think eventually it will be included in the UI but a lot of stuff is prioritized ahead of it, so I do not have a date for you. Just wanted to be transparent about where we are at with it.
Hi Betabrand SEO!
Thanks for your patience. This feature is part of Moz Analytics, which we'll be opening-up to our users in the coming months.
I'd like to see referrer (referer) on all Error/Warning/Notice entries. The obvious ones are obvious, and tend to get fixed before they appear in the reports in the first place.
It's been 7 months since this feature was supposed to appear in 2-4 months. What's the current plan?
Thanks for writing-in to the feature request forum. We definitely understand the need for this, and plan to include it on the crawl diagnostics page in the next 2-4 months. Thanks for your patience :)
I absolutely agree. This is something that bothers me whenever I get a 404. (which isn't often) Then I have to figure out how to find it.
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