The Content Audit Feature Shouldn't Just Be Limited To WordPress
Not every site uses WordPress and it's a valuable feature especially whey having to audit thousands of pages. It should be available to paying customers in the normal tools too. Or, if you want to offload some CPU, maybe you could extract the PHP from the WP Plugin and make it available so we can hook up our API keys and run it locally.
Add support for internal linking
As Ahrefs knows/suggests internal linking opportunities, would be great to allow auto linking internally.
Add support for GoodLayes builder
Add support for GoodLayes builder. They keep page content in custom field as a JSON.
Add SEOPress Support
As your Ahrefs plugin currently supports YOAST and RankMath, I am wondering if you could add support for SEOPress as well? SEOPress is not as widely used as YOAST but has a very extensive feature set and those who use it, find it better than YOAST. This is the field that contains the target keyword that SEOPress users would set: _seopress_analysis_target_kw Also, adding the link here for the overview of all the fields generated by SEOPress: https://www.seopress.org/support/guides/list-of-all-post-metas-generated-by-seopress/
Allow sorting by tags & taxonomy with WordPress plugin
With the current Ahrefs WordPress plugin, the main admin dashboard lets you sort by Dates, Categories, Authors, and Keywords. It would be fantastic if Tags were also included here, along with other taxonomies. I use Tags extensively to group different sets of posts and there's currently no way for me to quickly see how each group is performing.
Plugin Needs Local Search Data
Please allow for local search results. Without local search results, this plugin is of no use to my local business since the nationwide results greatly differ from local, which is what matters. Example: The plugin tells me to fix a page because it is in position 57 nationwide, whereas it is in 1st position where it matters, which is the town that I am marketing to. Otherwise, this plugin has a lot of potential.
Plugin creates massive CPU load
It appears the plugin creates same cron job many times into WP Cron, thus causes massive CPU load. The code should be checked to prevent creating multiple instances of the cron job, and remove ALL of them once the plugin is deactivated.
Bulk delete action
Add the ability to delete posts from within content audit. Or at least added as an option in the settings that can be turned on/off.