The Visualization module provides you with an actionable graphical map, showing the structure of your site and the distribution of internal links between pages.
The map can help identify orphan pages (shown in grey), isolated parts of your site (independent node chains), redirects (shown in blue), broken links (shown in red), and other problems in your site’s architecture.
In the right-hand view, you can sort the pages by Click Depth, to make sure no important pages are buried too deep. If you switch to Internal PageRank, you can see how the internal links are distributed, and steer more link juice to the important pages. Sorting by Pageviews shows the most and least visited pages.
The toolbar on the left allows you to adjust the settings for the graphical map, and manage your site structure (plan and test changes):
If you click to add/remove a link or a redirect, you will see the context menu where you can select the destination/source page, assign type and anchor details, and add a comment.
While you are working on internal linking, all the changes you add are being saved to the Changelist, available at the bottom of the toolbar. It will be cleared automatically once you close the project or the program.
Changelist will contain all the changes you’ve planned along with instructions you’ve assigned to each link.
You can Discard Last Change or All, and Export the final version to forward it to your dev team.