The update includes PageSpeed Insights, API integration and auto-saves.
Search marketing company Screaming Frog released version 12.0 of its prevalent SEO Spider tool on Tuesday. The update incorporates PageSpeed Insights integration, auto-puts something aside for database storage mode and an adjustable GUI, among different upgrades.
Why we should mind
Site crawler tools, for example, SEO Spider, are significant assets for investigating websites, seeing how search engine crawlers explore pages, review SEO endeavours and recognize fields for development.
The capacity to draw Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) and Lighthouse measurements into Screaming Frog’s tool provide SEOs and site proprietors with a wellspring of genuine data that can be utilized to improve user experience. The database storage mode record-saving and re-opening upgrades are useful for larger site crawls.
More on the update
- The new “PageSpeed” tab is incorporated with Google’s PageSpeed Insights API and enables users to draw on CrUX and Lighthouse measurements to find chances to diminish load times. The “PageSpeed Opportunities Summary” report may likewise assist website holders to distinguish opportunities at scale.
- Database storage mode, which enables users to save their information to their hard drives rather than storing in RAM, presently includes programmed saving, making re-opening database records speedier than the past saving procedure. Therefore, users can also resume crawls that may have generally been lost because of an unexpected accident or PC restart.
- Search engine optimization Spider’s tabs are presently user adjustable to show up in any order or expelled altogether. The user’s tab inclinations will currently influence whether the information is stored.
- Specific page and link components can be absolved from crawling to save on memory.