⚙️ By default, your pages are not indexed by Google or any other search engine.
See Page privacy for more details. The summary is: if Google doesn't know your page exists, it naturally won't be indexed.
However, if a link to your page appears in a public post (e.g. on Reddit), it will be indexed along with its parent- and child-pages. This does not affect pages outside the tree.
🗣 If you want Google to index your pages, you have to let Google know they exist.
This can be done in two ways:
🔒 If you don't want Google to index your pages, you can block page indexing for the whole tree.
1. Open "Manage head tags" for your root page.
2. Insert the line:
<meta name="robots" content="noindex">
3. Tick "Apply to subpages" option and click "Save"!
Now your pages are protected from indexing.
🛑 It is also possible to remove already indexed pages from Google search results.
Please contact support to make this happen. Google considers all pages on the
brick.do domain to be owned by us — and thus we have access to the URL removal tool that can be used to remove the search results.