Filter by language in the keywords explorer
It would be great to be able to target a language niche in a particular country (ex. looking for English speaking clients in a non-English speaking country).
Keyword Gains & Losses - Calendar Format
Add a feature to include lost and gained keywords per day, just like the lost referring domain format
Would be great to have wildcards supported in the Include/Exclude fields. For example, exclude all words that start with defin* That will exclude define, definition, defined, etc.
Add Keyword Groups
Please consider adding Keyword Groups Like in Semrush Keyword Magic Tool. It helps a lot.
Export To Google Sheets
For my reporting It's necessary for me to manage these exported files in google docs. With the volume I'm doing it'd be a huge time saver if I could export to google sheets right away. It may also be helpful to generate a url of the report, so I can access that same report via a link. I'll assume you don't do this, so that people continue to pull the same report multiple times and have the keyword credits continue to go down. google sheets is important for me though. Thanks!!
Keyword Cluster Tool
A more modern keyword strategy, is to cluster, or group, keywords. We need to identify what Google sees as the same and what is still unique. To do this, you start the same way, with gathering all the keywords that are relevant to your audience. Then you make clusters, or groups of keywords, gathered by their similarity. And then you would continue on as you would by identifying the user intent and what content is necessary, to serve that cluster. For example, let's say we've got a blog about kitchen remodels. We might have a handful of terms we're exploring, from DIY kitchen remodels, to how to remodel my kitchen, or kitchen remodel costs, cost of a kitchen remodel, and so on. We can group these keywords together as best we can and then conduct individual Google searches for each one to evaluate if the results look similar or if new content seems to appear for select terms. We want to identify which groups of terms return the same set of search results. Any keywords that pull up a unique set of results would be used to start a new cluster. It would be great if we could import our list of keywords to a clustering tool. This will allow us to quickly identify what terms are similar enough, that they don't warrant unique content. What's would happen is it would take all of those individual searches and is run them in Google, taking a list of the results and then comparing it to the list of the next query that it searches. It's essentially doing what we would do manually, but in an automated fashion, which is great when you have a lot of keywords. It's going to come back and group that content together. For example, we would have the kitchen remodelling category, and it could suggest that a cluster of keywords of these are relatively the same. Kitchen remodel cost is could be another group. Finally we could see some Stray keywords. And these are ones that couldn't be grouped with the rest. This would be tremendously helpful for identifying what keywords to select and what content sections to develop
Separate KW Research for Clients (i.e. keyword X has been added to client A, but not client B)
So you can see whether or not the keyword has been added to one folder (or client), and not another. Either the ability to hover over the check mark next to the keyword and it will list the folders it is a part of, or the ability to filter out the entire keyword results (contained in X folder, not contained in X folder). OR the ability to drill into a specific client folder where you are only doing keyword research for them. i.e. I am doing kw research for my finance client. I don't want to see the keywords that are marked as added for my fitness client when doing kw research.
[Enter] creates new line
At the moment, if you want to create a new line you should use [Shift]+[Enter], which is a very uncommon shortcut for a new line shortcode. What is happening is that people accidently click on [Alt]/[Options]+[Enter], thinking that it would make a new line, which is the most used keyboard shortcut on desktop OS and a lot of web apps for a new line. However, when they do that, it would actually perform an action, rather than going to a new line. A solution would be to change [Shift]+[Enter] to [Alt]/[Options]+[Enter] for a new line OR Make [Enter] to create a new line alone and do the action after clicking with the mouse. That way much less accidental searches will happen, keeping people from wasting daily searches and helping them enter multiple keywords in the field itself without copy/paste from somehwere else. It could help a lot with brainstorming. Try brainstorming with unconventional shortcut combination like [Shift]+[Enter], it just doesn't work. So yeah, I think the preferred way is to make [Enter] to create new lines.