This presentation will provide a review of search functionality available to improve the search results that your users see. Specifically, we will cover use of search type, field type, search relevancy, search term associations, merchandising attributes, and search rules. We will explain how this functionality works as well as an example of using each one to improve the user's search results.
- Topic: Improving Commerce Search Results
- Presenter(s): Eric Scott & Keenan Sequeira
- Level: Intermediate
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