When submitting your pages to Google Search Console, you may receive such messages:
Discovered – currently not indexed
Crawled – currently not indexed
These notifications don't necessarily mean that there are any problems with your pages or their URLs.
The words discovered and crawled mean that Google is aware of your pages, but has decided to not index them yet. Therefore, such pages won't appear in search results for some time.
Do not worry, as it is very normal and usual for newly created websites/pages that still lack authority or high-quality content. These pages can still get indexed in time for sure!
To achieve that faster, it's necessary to put some work into improving your website's content and the SEO score. A good SEO score means that the website is thorough, has valuable content on it, attracts traffic, and is overall worthwhile to be on the Google Search results.
Here are some tips and tricks:
Make sure your website is rich in unique content.
Check if all your pages have meta titles and descriptions.
Add alt text to your images.
Check if your website isn't polluted with unused code – remove unnecessary integrations.
Make sure it has a good internal link structure.
Get some traffic.
Arrange some backlinks to your website.