You need a sitemap to enable the search engine bots to crawl your website so you get your content listed in the search engine results.
At the top of the screen, you should see SEO. It’s also in the menu at the side of your WordPress dashboard.
Click on Feature Manager
And enable XML Sitemaps
Now visit yoursite.com/sitemap.xml and you should see your sitemap.
The next step is to submit your sitemap to Google, Bing/Yahoo, and Ask.com
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I have a question regarding this plugin: If I have verified my site with Google by adding the code inside the plugin settings – do I cancel the verification when I disable this plugin and use another one like Yoast?
If you change from All In One SEO to Yoast SEO then Yoast will ask if you would like to import the settings from All In One. If you import the settings then you won’t need to re-verify with Google.
Of course the reverse is also true, if you changed from Yoast to All In One you’d get the option to import the Yoast settings.