I have noticed that all my internal links (and I have a lot of them) were being linked like so:
Yet, my posts have actually a trailing slash after the title, like so:
When I check Google Search Console, I can see like 26.5k links being excluded, because they don't have this trailing slash ("Page with redirect: The URL is a redirect, and therefore was not added to the index."). But when I check out the URL of the one with the trailing slash, they are all indexed and seem fine.
My question: does it still make sense to redirect them or shouldn't I care, as the proper/canonical ones are already indexed?
And would this have an effect on SEO in the first place?
PS: I recently went from
https, but I can see that almost all https are properly indexed. Should I care to redirect still?