Yesterday, Google said it completely solved the problem of de-coding, which began on Thursday evening. But Google now says that it's not yet fully resolved, and Google is still working on reworking many of the URLs that were removed from their index on the same day. Google suspects that the issue will be resolved in the near future and will provide one more update when Google finds it completely solved.
What happened? Google has started removing many URLs from its index on Thursday. We informed Google about the issue on the eve of the day after we saw an influx of complaints from the SEO community. SEO, webmasters, site owners and developers noticed that Google's search results are no longer fragmented from their web pages ̵
Site traffic was impacted because these pages were no longer in the Google index so Google returned to the search engines for relevant queries. We do not know how widespread this problem is, we do not know how many site traffic owners have lost due to this error, and we do not know what percentage of the Google index has affected.
What is the status? Google said on Saturday morning that he was completely resolved, he was not.
John Muller with Google responded on Sunday morning after many webmasters still did not see improvements and said of Twitter an upgrade to it – in fact, it looks like there are still some pages that must be recycled. Our systems here are making significant progress, but it takes more time than I originally expected. "
John also said that you can use the" Check URL and send to index "feature in the Google Search Console to speed up the indexing of certain pages. He added that even when it's entirely decided that you do not see all your pages in the Google index, because Google does not always list 100% of the pages in your index.
Google Publications on Twitter. And John Muller of Google and the Search Query account published an update on Sunday:
Three days and count. Again, we do not know how much Google indexed this deidisation error. But we know that this error has been delayed since Thursday afternoon and to date, it is still not fully resolved.
Why it matters. You can see traffic loses, revenue loss, sales, conversions, and aggregate metrics from Google search. You can also see the immersion in analytics tools from Thursday to today or until Google completely solves the problem.
If there are certain pages that you know are not in the Google index that you really need in the Google index now, use Google Inspection URLs for the search console and index submission. This will help bring the page back to the Google index almost immediately. Google is working on the processing of affected URLs, and Google believes it should be resolved shortly.