Users continue to report issues with the Google Discover experience with feeds seemingly ignoring its own content policies by showing job application cards.
In the ongoing quest to Discover Pandora’s Box, an interesting and useful feature that allows you to download your Google Discover data appeared.
There have been some interesting changes to the official Google Discover Feed documentation, especially considering the current context of widely reported problems by both publishers and users.
Many publishers, including some big players in the tech space, have reported heavy drops in traffic since the start of March. While traffic from the Google Discover feed can be fickle, the patterns seem to match Android updates over the last few weeks.
The good, the old, the bad and what is that even. With an increasing number of users reporting issues with their Google Discover Feeds, it seems a good time to publish this catalogue of quirks and chaos.
Users are reporting that their Google Discover feed shows outdated and old content, irrelevant content or, in some cases, no content at all.
Affinity Photo added the ability to import LUTs in bulk, starting with version 1.9.0. It’s a handy new feature, but getting rid of duplicate imports can be a bit of a challenge.
Two days ago, WordPress suspended the popular Astra theme for violating its policy on affiliate links. The impact is far reaching after Astra recently celebrated the one million user mark.