SearchWP

Diagnostics

Current version: 1.5.1 View Changelog

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Diagnostics is designed to facilitate information extraction from SearchWP. Under constant development this extension aims to make it easier for you to get a closer look at many aspects of the SearchWP index.

After activating Diagnostics, you’ll see a new entry in the the Extensions menu:

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From there you can use all of the features integrated in Diagnostics.

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Changelog

1.5.1

  • [New] Compatibility with SearchWP 4

1.4.1

  • [Change] Removed indexer environment verification

1.4

  • [New] Find which posts are not indexed

1.3

  • [Improvement] Automatic updates based on your SearchWP license key

1.0

  • Initial release

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