This article provides information regarding the logic behind Jive Core search, specifically when users search for phrases.
This article will also provide you answers for the following queries:
- How does the creation of a super list work?
- How does the super list-link look like if we want to show a list of all content of "data + analytics" (together as one phrase) and not only both words?
- How will the link look like for a super list that shows "data" OR "analytics", both words separately?
Steps to Reproduce
- Log in to the portal.
- Click contents or go to a place where you have lesser contents for easier tests.
"the data"for example or whatever the title is on any of the contents, you are seeing.
As per Core Help - Search Reference:
If you enclose a phrase in quotes, your search will return only content where the words in quotes occur next to each other and in the same order. For instance, specifying
"black cat” will return text where this phrase appears exactly as quoted, such as our black cat brings us luck, but will not return the cat was hiding in the black box.
Note: Content searches are case-insensitive. For example, entering any of Jive, jive, or JIVE will return content with any of the words jive, JIVE or jIVe.
For both regular and phrase searches, we also match words that are very similar, but not identical.