I want inlinks to be able to process the Spanish language for United States Search Queries.
This shouldn’t be hard to accomplish, just run the current spanish engine on Google US search results

Many times Google is confused what page to rank for a certain term. We can see that from the Google Search console when we look at search terms. Sometimes Google ranks two or more pages for the same term.
So if you can pull a cannibalization report from the search console, inLinks can then suggest linking and schema changes, in order to tweak relevancy for the term.

Can we roll out unused credits – even if its for a month?

Hello

As I was adding schema to my articles, I noticed that it doesn’t include author, date published, date modified and more fields like this in the schema which I would like to add.

I think having an option to custom edit or custom add schema entities would be a very helpful feature.

As you are using Google auto suggest for keywords, anything that triggers safesearch fails.

How about giving us the option of adding our own semrush api keys to collect and custer data.

I suspect that would work Waaaaay better and open up all kinds of doors.

we would like to import by directory or other syntax

It’s hard to look through a giant drop down of Categories and find what you need sometimes.

When you want a particular category and you know at least some part of the name, it would be cool if the Category selector would let you start typing the part of the name you know and display the categories that contain that bit of text.

It would be good to have bulk editing functions within the pages area that enables you to filter and update (links & schema) edit and delete pages in bulk.

On the internal links distribution chart, it would be helpful to be able to click on the chart to filter the results. For example, I noticed that I had several links with over 11 words as the anchor text. I had to manually sort through all of my internal links in order to find them. A simple click filter would be super helpful here.