Searching With Coveo Cloud
- Getting Started With Coveo Search Pages
- Understanding the Query Expression
- Query Syntax Reference
- Search Prefixes and Operators
- Advanced Field Queries
- Query Correction Feature
- Nested Queries
- Geolocalized Results
- Misspelled Words
- Are Queries Case-Sensitive?
- Understanding Facets
- Understanding Result Folding
- Understanding Persistent Queries
- Understanding Stemming
Search users occasionally enter keywords in the search box with a typo or an incorrect spelling. Coveo Cloud includes a Did You Mean feature that can often detect such errors and automatically suggest or correct the erroneous query terms.
When a queried term is found to be not present or rarely present in indexed items, Coveo Cloud looks for terms with close spelling and a significantly higher number of occurrences in your index. When such terms are found, the closest most frequent term is suggested as an alternative spelling. The relevance of the suggestions improve with the size of the index as more correctly spelled terms are available for comparison.
The Did You Mean algorithm does not try to correct the following:
Terms being 3 characters or less long
Terms beginning with a digit
If you misspell the word billing by typing
belling in the search box, the Coveo Cloud Did You Mean feature automatically corrects or suggests a better spelling. You can then click the suggestion to retrieve the corresponding results.
excert in the search box, Coveo Cloud automatically replaces the misspelled term with the corrected term in the search box, and displays a Query was automatically corrected to message below the search box panel.
Should you encounter issues with the Did You Mean feature, see Troubleshooting Querying Issues.