Submit your sitemap to Search Console

MDX.one automatically generates a sitemap and also updates it based on the content you have in your Notion. So, all you have to do is let Google know where to find the sitemap.
A sitemap is just a file that contains all the URLs that can be visited on your site. Google uses this file to know what all URLs need to be crawled in your site.
Google provides us a tool called Search Console through which we can explicitly submit our sitemap and tell Google where exactly your sitemap is present on your site.
For all of the blogs created with MDX.one, the sitemap is present at /sitemap.xml.
For example, my blog created with MDX.one is at https://bhanuteja.dev. The corresponding sitemap for my blog is created at https://bhanuteja.dev/sitemap.xml.
Let's see the process of submitting this sitemap to Google Search Console.
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1. Go to Google Search Console

2. If you haven't created your site property, create one.

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Choose URL prefix and add the full URL of your blog.

3. Click continue and follow to steps to add and verify your site.

4. Now, open your property and click on the Sitemaps present in the left sidebar.

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5. Now, enter sitemap.xml in the input field.

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6. Click on Submit.

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7. Now, you will be able to see when the sitemap is submitted, when it is last read, the status of the sitemap, and also the number of URLs discovered in the sitemap.

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