Can't download the site audit reports in PDF like woorank to share it with our clients
It's sad to have waited for 5 years, and still not ready...
Oğuzhan İsa Temiz
Hi Tim Soulo now working PDF reports?
What about taking a screenshot?
This feature is a must.
This. Often I have to bulk export for clients.
It would be incredibly useful if:
(1) There was a single button to export all reports
(2) When a report is exported, its filename matches the page report
Right now my workflow is (1) Open individual report (2) Hit Export (3) Rename file to match issue.
This is incredibly tedious. 1 Click Export would easily save me hours each month.
This would be a KILLER feature to have. I much prefer Ahrefs over SEMRush, but this is one feature that SEMRush does really well. The ability to export an audit and send to a client (white-labeled or not) is crucial for accountability and keeping the client happy.
I'm a little astounded to see that you can't do this in Ahrefs...but glad to see that it's in development!
Tim Soulo Hi Tim, actually, I can't do anyting with a PDF report. What would be trully helpfull is an ability to create a "client account" or be able to share specific project in Site Auditor directly with client's developers so that they can dive into the details without the need for us to create XLS tables and export all affected URLs with specific problems.
Peter Olvecký: I agree 100% and mentioned the same already
Update: Since you've now launched the Webmaster Tools, there's no need to export anything anymore, problem solved, thank you very much. It's gonna be a hard time to sell a technical SEO analysis from now on... ((o: So now, please, we need brand new, comprehnesive API, ladies and gentlemen.
Yeah, Ahrefs...this is an important request. By having this white labeling it will enable me to consolidate my 3rd party resources and make aHrefs more central to our client serivces management process.
The next step would be to have the report sent automatically by a schedule, and the next step is to have a "report builder" where you add in specific aHrefs sections (e.g. backinks, mentions, keywords, organic traffic, etc) to a report that is now customized (and saved) for a specific client, or group of clients (i. e. clients at a specific service level, and/or industry market segment.
With this type of automation and customization, I would pay $ 100+ more per month. And I imagine there are at least 1,000+ other agencies like mine willing to do the same.