- Available Source Types
- Confluence Legacy Source
- Confluence Source
- Confluence Cloud Source
- Dropbox Source
- Gmail Source
- Google Drive Source
- Google Drive for Work Source
- Jira Source
- Jira Cloud Source
- Jive Source
- Jive Cloud Source
- Lithium Source
- Microsoft Exchange Source
- RSS Source
- Salesforce Source
- SharePoint Source
- SharePoint Legacy Source
- SharePoint Online Source
- Sitemap Source
- YouTube Source
- Web Crawler Source
Available Coveo Cloud V1 Source Types
A source is a Coveo organization index subdivision containing indexed items from a given repository. A source connects to a specific repository and continuously indexes its content to make it searchable by users that have appropriate permissions. When you create a source, you become the owner of the source.
The Coveo Platform can also be deployed on-premises to index the content of many of your on-premises repositories (see Coveo Platform Connectors).
|Salesforce Content||*||*||[Learn more]|
|Salesforce Knowledge||*||[Learn more]|
|Drive for Work||[Learn more]|
|Jira Cloud||[Learn more]|
|Jive Cloud||[Learn more]|
|SharePoint Legacy||[Learn more]|
|SharePoint Online||[Learn more]|
* means a source permission type only accessible once the source is created on the Sources page (see Adding and Managing Your Coveo Cloud V1 Organization Sources).
Source Permission Types
In Coveo search results, a user only sees items from the secured source to which they have access within the source application itself.
Customer support users can’t see sales opportunities in Salesforce. They will never see opportunities appear in search results.
Only the owner of the source can search the content of a private source.
All Coveo search users can search all the indexed content of a shared source.
By default, sources start an incremental refresh every 15 minutes to index new, deleted, or modified content so that it becomes searchable shortly after.
You can modify source refresh schedules (see Adding and Managing Your Coveo Cloud V1 Organization Sources).
Salesforce and Salesforce Knowledge are separate source types because permissions for Salesforce Knowledge items can’t be indexed.