Numeric Search and Special Character
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What is numeric search?
Numeric search is a search function that allows users to search for numerical values within a given range or with specific values. This type of search is often used in databases or other data storage systems to quickly find relevant information based on numerical criteria.
- Note: This feature is only available for App Lib V3, please contact us for further instructions.
Why numeric search?
Numeric search is useful for quickly finding relevant information based on numerical criteria, such as a range of values or specific values. This type of search is commonly used in databases and other data storage systems.
- Better findability and user experience: End-users on many sites are accustomed to searching by numbers. This feature will help them get to the products they are looking for, faster.
- Reduce bounce rate & increase revenue: Improved performance on partial part number queries will reduce bounce rate, reduce null search result rate and lead to quicker conversions, thus driving higher revenue.
How does Numberic Search work?
The highlight of the new site search engine is the ability to search for a range For example, long tail queries like “dress between $70 to $100” or “sale 50%” are well handled and get back accurate results.
Special characters refer to any character that is not alphanumeric, meaning any character that is not a number (0-9) or a letter (A-Z).
When it comes to Boost Search, these special characters are treated as blank spaces by default, and accents are ignored as well. For instance, if a user searches for "(shirt)", Boost would treat it as "shirt". This rule applies to all features, including Search, Synonyms, and Autosuggest.