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Google SearchLiaison 7 Apr 19
We're aware of indexing issues that impacted some sites beginning on Friday. We believe the issues are mostly resolved and don't require any special efforts on the part of site owners. We'll provide another update when the issues are considered fully resolved.
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Google SearchLiaison 8 Apr 19
Replying to @searchliaison
We are still resolving the indexing issue that has impacted some pages. We've made further improvements and hope any remaining issues will be done within the next 12-24 hours. Will provide a further update when the issue is fully resolved.
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Google SearchLiaison 9 Apr 19
Replying to @searchliaison
The indexing issue should be almost completely resolved within the next eight hours. Some documents might take an additional 12-24 hours to restore. We'll provide a further update when the issue is fully resolved.
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Google SearchLiaison
The indexing issue has now been fully resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience. We appreciate your patience as we restored normal operation.
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Google SearchLiaison 15 Apr 19
Replying to @googlewmc
While the indexing issue has been resolved, Search Console hasn't updated enhancement reports & URL Inspector might not show live status. See this thread from for more:
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Frontrow International 10 Apr 19
Do we need to resubmit out sitemap.xml thanks!
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Danny Sullivan 10 Apr 19
No
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Vishnu Singh 10 Apr 19
Replying to @searchliaison
Thanks 🙏
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Aamir Gunjoo 10 Apr 19
Replying to @searchliaison
I have thousands of urls on my site and have doubt want to double check. How can i find them;deindexed urls.
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Rafa M Ochoa 🏠 11 Apr 19
In SC you have the exact data.
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Mayfair Building Group 10 Apr 19
Replying to @searchliaison
Yah! We felt it big time in Adelaide, South Australia 😣
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Píldoras de Fe ★ 10 Apr 19
Replying to @searchliaison
My Website has not been restored to the google index .. What should I do? ... We have thousands of URLs
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Kumaresh Biswas 10 Apr 19
Replying to @searchliaison
I’m using the XML Sitemap feature that adds a sitemap.xml to the root. This works when I go to it in my web browser but when I submit the sitemap.xml to Google Search Console, it returns the following error: Couldn’t fetch How to solve this error?
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