A sitemap is a file published by a web site which lists all of the pages available on a web page and the times that they were last modified. When search engines index your site for its content, they can look for a sitemap so that they can quickly and efficiently index the content.
Curated publishes a sitemap for every publication, you don’t need to do anything to enable this feature. It’s always on!
If you’re interested to see the content of your publication’s sitemap it can be found at:
We also reference the sitemap in the robots.txt file, this means that search engines will automatically find and reference the sitemap without you having to tell them about it explicitly.