Welcome to a new series of tutorials.
We're going to explain how to use a powerful Data Explorer and easily play with your data.
Our filters let you sort our any data and information you want in a few seconds, and it's easy to export them.
Whenever you click on a graph, you will land on our Data Explorer, or you can go there directly from its tab.
So you can either select a Quick Filter or create your own one.
Let's say you want to check your meta tag duplication. So if you click on your meta descriptions which are duplicated, you will land on your Data Explorer. And if you want to check all your indexable pages in 200 with meta tag duplication issues, you just need to add two expressions, which are:
- Your titles. So pick "Title evaluation". You need to say that they are not unique.
- And then your H1: the same... is not unique.
Then you just need to click on "Apply filters".
You can give your filter a name. So let's say: "Main tag issues".
Now your results are automatically sorted out. And you can also export them as a CSV.
So as you can see, that's pretty simple and pretty fast. You can sort out any data you want by using our Quick Filters or by writing your own ones.
Thanks for watching! Don't hesitate if you have any questions. You can send us a tweet or an email (or click on the blue Intercom button at the bottom right of your screen) and we'll be very happy to help.