Adding robots meta tag

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Will the next release include the ability to add robots meta tag?

I'm not sure but will the next release allow users to add keyword meta tag and google verify (webmaster too)? Do you have a time frame when will you guys going to release a new version?

Thank you

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Hi Niddy

The next release is just around the corner. If all goes well it is planned for the end of next week (barring technical difficulties) In the new release you will be able to keywords and Google Webmaster code.

We don't have a slot for a robots meta tag yet, but I will pass on this request.

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Any update on the robots meta tag?
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Hi John,
Unfortunately this is not something that has been implemented as of yet. It has been put forth as a feature request; but I cannot say if and when it will be implemented. I will let the team know that there is still interest!

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robots.txt is a very important for google adsense. so unless you put this, you can't use adsense. so please update it as soon as possible.
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Hi Rajika - we received your email in support and will answer shortly!
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following up on the the above question 3 mths ago...I need to know as well....
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We have a tutorial here that may answer your question: please let me know if this is not the information you are looking for.
also after some time you may get warning on web master tool saying that

All the URLs in your Sitemap have the same priority.
All the URLs in your Sitemap are set to the same priority (not the default priority). Priority indicates the importance of a particular URL relative to other URLs on your site, and doesn't impact your site's performance in search results. If all URLs have the same priority, Google can't tell which are more important.

i don't think this will impact the site on a search engine though
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When we create your sitemap each time you publish, the page priority is set based on where it is in your site hierarchy. All of the pages linked in your main menu are set with a default priority, and any "subpages" which aren't included in the main navigation are given a slightly lower priority. For more information on creating subpages, please see our tutorial at Creating Subpages

The page priorities are meant to give search engines like Google a nudge in the right direction, but are only a small portion of how they see your pages. It's common practice to only assign one or two priorities in a sitemap, which is why we've set up the process as I described above and not included a way to modify it. We will explore the ability to change this in the future.

Please rest assured that it's just a notification and won't cause any sort of penalty for your site.

In general, the metrics I suggest looking at in Google's Webmaster Tools interface are the crawl statistics to see how long it's been since Google's crawled your pages and how many pages it's found.

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Would you mind sharing where your confusion is? We will be glad to assist you if needed.