Improve the accuracy of search in Chinese or allow administrator to adjust / customize word-breaking in Chinese search scenario in SOP
In SharePoint O365, the search engine 's Performance is not always satisfactory,especially in Chinese. Sometimes, the search result does not match the search criteria. This issue was analyzed by MS SPO Support team and the root cause should be the incompleted word-breaking.
User expected a better search engine in Chinese Search so that the expected result could be find out directly.
As an alternative, user also expected that the customising feature for word-breaking dictionary could be offerred in SPO.26 votes
Currently option to change the "mapping to crawled properties" settings is not editable for Refinable Managed Properties provided OOTB in O365.
It would be nice to have the property enabled so that we can include content from first crawled property that is not empty. This would solve the problem of having multiple values issues in Managed properties while consuming them .24 votes
We have several business needs which rely on easily searching and consuming information across our sites. While we appreciate the work so far that's gone into modern hub and site structures, we would like to be able to customize the default hub site search part. Particularly, we want to be able to add additional Refiners. We already have the required refiners in our site's defined search schema, why not allow us to add additional refiners to the search experience?23 votesthinking about it · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
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give the possibility by default to search result for suffix matching.
For example to receive result for "SharePoint" i could write "Share"
or "Point" and automatically the search will consider the search key as "Share*" or "*Point".22 votesthinking about it · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thank you for your feedback! We don’t support prefix search. There are upsides and downsides with doing suffix search by default. It’s a question of what’s best for most people. We’re taking your feedback into consideration.
User wants to search list items in the search box on the upper left of the [site page] for modern UI.21 votestell us more · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
In the time that has passed, search has evolved. Let us know if the new search satisfies the ideas/wishes you expressed here.
When a users search from a Document Library only the current level will be search. This should include documents from the subfolder too, or the ability to search down the tree.21 votes
I would like to be able to configure only Trusted Identity provider on a default zone and still be able to crawl it.
i know that right now im able to crawl non-deafult zone and then create server site mappings, but this causing a lot o disadvantages.
There is also possibility to crawl default zone and extend Web application to provide SAML logon, but then there are also problems like Deafult-zone url's in e-mails, problem with showing feeds on mysites etc...
Maybe a different solution would be to have search dedicated zone, that would act exactly as crawling default one?21 votes
We have a list with a "Multiple Choices" column called "Location".
Thus there are list entries with location values like "Berlin, Gray Court".
The item gets indexed in the following style: "Berlin;#Gray Court;#
Unfortunately the search does not return those results when querying for "Berlin".
Only the query "Berlin*" does return all desired results.
Would be nice to see the lingusitic features (word braking) working in such cases!18 votes
Integrate Yammer search results with SharePoint Online search results. Or allow federation of results.18 votes
Modern Sharepoint search page to use default Search settings page result URL from site collection so that results can go to enterpise search - search center page /search16 votesthinking about it · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thank you for your answer! The default behavior when you search from a site, is that you get results from that site. You can change the scope to be all of SharePoint by clicking the SharePoint link that’s directly above the search box on the search results page. After changing the scope you’ll also see results from your on-premises content that has been pushed to the Office 365 index.
We’re thinking about whether this default behavior should be different, and are interested in hearing what people think about this.
The need to identify pages/files that contain specific hyperlinks is incredibly useful for maintaining content stored across multiple sources. For example, our business users would like to know how many internal sites/files might be linking to content that will moved, retired or changed. SharePoint 2010 provided this feature, but this cannot be configured in 2013.
Our company was able to configure this in SharePoint 2010 search by creating a Managed Property called "link" that was assigned to the "A.HREF" Crawled Properly. Users could then search using the syntax "link:http://ourintranet.com/documents/annualreport.pdf" Please give us this capability back!15 votes
Option to open document either by web browser or local application when searching.14 votes
Thank you, then we understand. We’re taking your idea into consideration.
Please make it easier to find the correct user to contact / share data with.
It has now become apparent that our users have trouble when sharing data and contacting other users. If they search for John Andersson, all they see is the name and the title, they have no way of knowing which John Andersson is the correct one, those users can be in any of the five municipalities, there can also, of course, be three John Andersson in one municipality, or in one department. This is for example the case, but not limited to, when sharing information in OneDrive, and when inviting members in Teams.
The problem is kind of serious as it can (and surly will) lead to users sharing information with the wrong recipients!
It’s very important that our users in an easy way can be sure to whom they are sharing, sending, contacting, and who they invites.
Please make it easier to find the correct user to contact / share data with.
It has now become apparent that our users have trouble when sharing data and contacting other users. If they search for John Andersson, all they see is the name and the title, they have no way of knowing which John Andersson is the correct one, those users can be in any of the five municipalities, there can also, of course, be three John Andersson in one municipality, or in one department. This is for example the case, but not limited to, when sharing information in…13 votestell us more · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
We’d like to make sure we understood correctly. Is it correct that you’re thinking of when you’re in a dialog to pick the right person to connect with (or a dialog to share a file with a person)?
Hello. Can you please add a redirect link to the modern team sites, as well as the classic team sites with modern page experience, that the users can also use the classic search center which is customizable to fit the users’ needs?
You have already added a redirect link to the classic search center within the document libraries when you search for something. But this link is not everywhere available in a modern team site.13 votestell us more · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thanks for your feedback! Your idea sounds interesting, but we need more information. We’re thinking about extending search on sites and are interested in learning what functionality you’re missing.
When you soft-delete an Office Group, the connected team site is not removed from search index. When you click on the search result, an HTTP 403 is presented.
The workaround from MS Support is to manually delete the site from the index.
Also the site is still visible in "Recent Sites" and "Following" on SharePoint Home for every user. Workaround is that every user has to unfollow and wait until the site automatically removes from recent.
Both is not acceptable and looks like a bug for me.
Please remove soft-deleted sites from search index.12 votesworking on it · AdminSharePoint UserVoice Admin (SharePoint UserVoice Admin, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thanks for your feedback! We understand your concerns. Just a note to let you know that we’re working on this.
We find out that sometimes the contents of files which has been attached to Custom List can be searched and sometimes cannot.
I want to know which one is correct in the specification of SharePoint Online, is the capable of searching correct or the incapable of searching correct.12 votes
Thanks for your feedback! We understand that is can be confusing. Search in SharePoint has some documented limits that have to be considered when explaining the issues that you see.
First, the supported file types: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219530.aspx
Second, the limits of the parsed content of a file: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Search-limits-for-SharePoint-Online-7c06e9ed-98b6-4304-a900-14773a8fa32f
If the files you have in the Custom List exceed these limits, or are of a different filetype that what is supported, then the content is not searchable.
I hope this explains why you are not seeing search results from these files. If your files are within the limits and of the correct filetype, please give us more information, so we can consider if this is a bug or by design.
Providing a tool that helps break down the search result score that an individual search result has received would help remove the mystery around SharePoint search. This could then be used to understand why results aren't returning in an expected order and tune metadata, settings, etc appropriately.11 votes
Thanks for your feedback! We understand what you’d like to achieve and we’re revieweing your suggestion. The more votes a suggestion gets, the more likely it is that we’ll do it.
When a search result is returned for an image file (png, jpg, gif etc..) stored in a document library, it returns the dispform.aspx page for the item, and not the path to the file.
This is counterintuitive to end users, and should be resolved to better harmonize with the way modern views render images and documents stored on the same location.11 votes
Within search driven applications, actual values of columns within items are critical for users. Imagine a task, shown search driven in my open tasks. If user completes the task on the list, user will expect, that this tasks are not shown in the above mentioned my open tasks.
Therefore allow immediate (re) indexing for specific items (like tasks) - possibly configurable. This actually was possible with SP2010 server side code.11 votes
Autodesk AutoCAD DWG and Bentley Microstation DGN files are the primary file formats used to store and disseminate design information and plans between business partners working on civil engineering, landscape architecture, planning, and transportation projects.
Many AEC firms use SharePoint Team sites as centralized points for these types of projects, but unfortunately, these files, which often contain a lot of text information, cannot be indexed and searched.
Autodesk and Bentley are major technology firms that already partner with Microsoft, please collaborate on a solution!11 votes
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