Learn how to group your website's pages into meaningful groups using the new segmentation interface. Good segmentations make it much easier to spot quick wins, low hanging fruit, and critical improvements in your technical SEO strategy.

As usual, click on the "Configure Segmentation" button on the project page or at the top right of any analysis to get started.

You can create a new segmentation -- or manage existing ones from this page.

Go ahead a create a new one with the button at the top right and select "Start from scratch" to start this quick tour.

Create your main page groups

Click on the button at the top of the list "Groups" to create new groups at the base level of your segmentation.

Create subgroups

Once you've created at least one page group, you can also create groups within it.

Hover over a group and click on the three dots to open the context menu for a group. You can add a subgroup to this group.

Drag and drop your groups and subgroups to change their hierarchy or to reorder them.

Set which pages are part of a group

You decide which pages go into a group based on your own needs and requirements!

Page groups use rules to filter pages based on any OnCrawl field. Filters can use:

  • URL-based fields (URL path, URL host…)
  • On-page element fields (title, description, word count, status code…)
  • Custom fields
  • Fields from connected sources like logs, Analytics...

Update the results

Click here to refresh the graph (left) and the list (below) of matching URLs and make sure that you are satisfied with the pages in this group.

Try a different crawl

Our segmentations are compatible with all your crawls--even ones you ran before creating this segmentation. You can test your segmentation on older crawls, or crawls with different crawl profiles.

If your segmentation is based on custom fields or other non-crawl data, make sure that data is present in the selected crawl.

Save your segmentation

When you're done editing, save your segmentation and head over to your dashboards to apply it to your graphs!

Going further

If you need step-by-step instructions, check out this article!

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