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joined:Jan 10, 2018
I don't have access just yet, butAs soon as they let you know by email about one site, try using the dropdown to shift to any & all other sites. They will probably show up in the new format even if only selected sites have received email notification.
Excluded: The page is not included in the index for reasons that you typically cannot affect. The page might be in an intermediate stage of the indexing process, or is deliberately excluded by you (for example by a noindex directive) and is therefore behaving as expected.This is a new sense of the phrase “cannot be affected by you” which I had not previously encountered.
the versions that you can't visit because they 301 to the indexed versionOn my sites, custom responses such as 410 kick in before the domain-name-canonicalization redirect, so it's possible to get an error at the originally requested URL even if the https and/or www is wrong. This means that for any given site, if it's been around for a while, there will be a few “crawl anomalies” mixed in with the redirects.
joined:Sept 26, 2001
Indexed, though blocked by robots.txtThat riled me too. Why the ### are they bothering to index pages that could not possibly ever come up in a search? In my case, it's things like the Contact and Legal pages--not pages linked from hundreds of other sites with meaningful linking text. (“Contact the webmaster” or “Legal stuff” in your own footer is not meaningful linking text.) I could slap on a Noindex tag and let them crawl--and then that would make one more thing to ignore in the “Crawled but not indexed” category instead.