Three Questions 1. We are in the process of moving our site from WordPress to Wix. Unfortunately Wix only offers the ability to create 301 redirects (and there is a limit on how many you can create - although I think it's as high as 500) and not 404s or other types. That said, we have a TON of old pages on our site that we currently have marked as 404 using Yoast Premium and I was wondering that instead of using up many of my 301 redirect quota on all those bad links and having them redirect back to our homepage, if there is any way to just submit to Google through Console a list of all the pages that we want to have them disregard? I think that's what I should be doing, right? 2. Second question: if we created a page and then published it and then immediately went in and edited the URL to something more SEO friendly - Yoast automatically created a 301 for the old URL to the new URL. If we never shared the original link that was live for like 2 minutes before it was changed, do I still need to create a 301 for it on my new Wix site? Or is it pretty much irrelevant if they are links that were never shared to anyone that anyone would click them and thus need to be redirected? 3. Are 301s and 404s more for user experience or for Google results purposes? I'm thinking maybe "noindex" is something I should just be doing with all those old and irrelevant links that there are slim chances someone would be out there clicking because they probably don't exist anywhere except for maybe in an old email newsletter that was sent out like 2 years ago or on an old Facebook post for our company's page that may have even been deleted off our page by now. I don't exactly know what a "noindex" means but I feel like it sounds like what I should be doing. Idk, so any help is more than appreciated. Thanks in advance.