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agandha

How do we customize the people search result? Our intranet is only showing the first name.

12/14/2017 01:03 AM
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mtrujillo

The search results page can only be customized using CSS, do you see any CSS Overrides changing the results? Search results should show both first and last name unless General Settings > User info display option is set to First Name Only or Username.

12/14/2017 03:09 PM
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mdrain

Is there support documentation on search operators permitted in Communifire/Elasticsearch? Something like https://moz.com/learn/seo/search-operators?

6/22/2018 04:02 AM
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gskamau

You can use AND, OR, NOT, and the * wildcard. More search operators will be added in a future version.

6/27/2018 05:35 PM
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mdrain

Thank you for updating the wiki. Quoted phrases also appear to be supported.

I look forward to more advanced search operators in Communifire in the future.

7/1/2018 12:59 AM
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jswaddell

Is there a way to limit search to a Page Builder page rather than a Space?

12/3/2019 02:49 PM
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gskamau

Hey Jay,

You can do this by adding &types=75 to the end of the search URL.

Grace

12/3/2019 05:45 PM
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jswaddell

I should have been more specific. I've added a Search Widget to a Page Builder page that has a long list of information. I'd like the user to be able to search just the content of this page using the search widget, if possible. 

12/4/2019 03:52 PM
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Foster

Hi Jay,

That is not possible. The best way to search just the webpage you are on and not an entire space is to use ctrl+F to find in page. 

Thanks,
Foster

12/4/2019 04:58 PM
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jswaddell

CMS pages are not searched?

1/28/2020 09:26 PM
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gskamau

Hey Jay,

CMS pages are included in search results. We've updated the documentation to clarify that.

Grace

1/28/2020 09:29 PM
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randy.muns

Is there any way to include external content into the search results catalog?

ie our social media pages are not included anywhere on the system, however we would like it to show up if someone types them in: 

LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/226307/admin/

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/payworks 

 

1/14/2021 06:45 PM
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gskamau

Hi Randy,

It isn't possible to include external content in search.

As a workaround, you could create dummy Page Builder pages and make them redirect to the external page. The pages would appear in search, and clicking them would open the external page. You would have to set this up for every external page you want to appear in search.

Let me know if you'd like to do this, and I'll provide the steps to set it up.

Grace

1/14/2021 07:00 PM
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randy.muns

Okay, please provide the instructions.

1/15/2021 03:37 PM
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gskamau

Hi Randy,

Follow the steps below:

  1. Go to Control Panel > System > Page Builder
  2. Click Add Page
  3. Fill out the following details:
    • Name: Enter a name for the page. This name won't appear in search.
    • Space: Select top level community.
    • Check Include in search results.
    • Page URL: Enter any URL for the page, like company-twitter
    • Meta Title: A title for the page. This title will appear in search results. The title is searchable.
    • Meta Description: A description of the page. This description will appear in search results. The description is also searchable. You may want to include keywords
    • Example:
  4. Click Publish changes
  5. Click Go to page
  6. Copy the URL
  7. In the original tab, click All pages
  8. Click System > URL Mapper
  9. Click Add URL Mapper
  10. In Old URL, paste the URL
  11. In New URL, enter the external page URL
  12. Select 301 for Redirect Type
  13. Check Is Active
    Example:
  14. Click Save

Now the page will appear in search results, and clicking the page will open the external page.

Grace

1/15/2021 05:18 PM
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