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In this new video, we're going to play with your logs data. And we're going to practically focus on your different status codes, and especially your different status codes that can occur between your mobile and desktop websites.
So let's say you want to focus on those data. This is especially interesting if you want to improve your mobile experience and see which pages that are in 200 on your website do not return the same status code on your mobile.
So to know that, you need to say: Is crawled by google on mobile... so: it's true
is crawled (Google mobile) - is - true
So the same for your website: Is true as well
is crawled (Google web) - is - true
Then you need to enter a status code on the web. So here we'll note the 200.
Status code (Google web) - is - 200
And then for your mobile website - mobile - is not - 200
Status code (Google mobile) - is not - 200
So you just need to apply your filters, and here you go, you have the information you're looking for.
You can even export the data.
So as you can see this is pretty simple and easy and fast.
If you have any questions regarding this tool or if you want to know which other kind of information you can find, don't hesitate to send us a tweet or an email (or click the blue Intercom button at the bottom right of your screen), and we'll be more than happy to help you.
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