Algolia Version 2.4.0
Wordpress Version 4.8
The first thing I’m wondering about is changes to the Algolia Wordpress plugin itself. There used to be three admin pages but after updating yesterday I now only have one. I can’t see what’s indexed, nor re-index if I need to. I can only see the page with the App ID and API keys. Is that correct or is there something wrong with my install? I would uninstall and reinstall to test but I’m already over on Operations apparently and don’t want to waste more operations re-indexing, which leads to my next question.
The site I’m developing is currently using the Community plan. It’s in development so the search has only been used a few times for testing. I’ve gotten the warning above (Operations quota exceeded) but looking at what it an “operation” is, even with indexing twice and doing a handful of searches I don’t see how it could have used 100k operations. (I am aware that every key press with predictive is an operation, but that still doesn’t seem to explain it.)
I’d like to see where the high usage is but because I’m over, I can’t see any data in the indices pane. Is there any way to access what operations occurred to use up my allotted amount? I’m trying to figure out if 100k operations is going to be enough going forward and I’m only over because the site is new and had to be completely indexed, or if I need to try talking the client into getting a better plan.
If anyone could shed some light on either/both of these things it would be greatly appreciated.