• http://twitter.com/dr_pete Dr. Peter J. Meyers

    Isn’t “Not Selected” pretty much what made the “Advanced” tab advanced?

  • http://twitter.com/knit_hat Ken Shafer

    Now THIS is a bummer. I actively used that tab to track down many a crawl issue. Blerg…

  • http://twitter.com/knit_hat Ken Shafer

    Real quick tho…You can still use the “Ever Crawled” option to get a sense of how much is being “selected” or not

  • http://twitter.com/GlenJackman Glen Jackman

    Does it make sense to say that (Ever crawled) – (Total indexed) = (Not Selected)?

  • SEO Consult

    If it was causing confusion then explain it more clearly, don’t just remove it Google.

  • http://www.facebook.com/vincent.schwellenbach Vincent Schwellenbach

    @twitter-15778961:disqus this is a bummer for me too. Always enjoyed using it.

    Vince Schwellenbach
    Chief Creative

  • hGn

    If Google just let us to know which exactly are these “Not Selected” URLs, it would be really useful.

  • https://plus.google.com/113104958218535953149 Pravin Vibhute

    And I was thinking that I have managed to completely remove the not selected.

  • http://twitter.com/SerbanEnache Serban Enache

    “Crawled pages” now contains selected + not selected so you still have this option. It was rephrased prob because everyone was asking how to identify the unselected files. Listing them would’ve been truly useful, but then webmasters would know “too much” about their sites.

  • http://www.twitter.com/staceycav Stacey Cavanagh

    This is really disappointing. Give us something useful then take it away again. #sulk

  • Pat Grady

    Some are confused, but most use it as a tool in different ways. Next up, G removes Geometry. :-)

  • http://twitter.com/jwdlatif Jawad Latif

    I also think it was useful in many ways.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ignivasolution Igniva Sol

    And I was waiting for more detailed link report showing redirecting, duplicate, not found etc. links… :)