Google: Noindex Robots.txt Directive Won't Work After September 1st

Aug 29, 2019 - 7:12 am 0 by


September 1st is just a few days away now and Google wants to remind us that those who depend on using the noindex direct in a robots.txt will be in trouble. Google is stopping supporting that starting September 1, 2019. This is something they announced back in early July and even sent out Search Console messaging about.

Here is Google's reminder tweet:

Yes, lots of emojis.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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