Depending on your server setup, there may be tests in the WordPress Site Health tool that are not relevant and will never pass. For example, you may have background updates disabled if your entire site is kept under version control.
This plugin adds a simple settings page to exclude those tests from the Site Health Status page.
Note: This should only be used to disable tests with a legitimate and acceptable reason for failing. It should not be used to hide tests which can be fixed.
The site health tests can injure your SEO status because the site can be flagged as 'needing improvement' and all of that business-this plugin provides granular control over which tests are relevant for your unique site. Well done!
there a lot of limitations on localhost. I mean one does not need to check for if loop back request is functionin or a scheduled even was missed. this plugins will deal with that predicaments on local testing environment
Clients who have access to the WP Admin don't know what many of the items are in Site Health and only see the score, not knowing that there are many valid if not necessary reasons for certain settings that WP nor the client have any idea about. This handy plugin undoes the mess that 5.2 created.