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Search - Section
The tools available in the Search section of the Coveo Cloud administration console navigation menu allow the administrators and relevance managers of your Coveo Cloud organization to test new and existing SEO strategies to optimize search results relevance and search experience in general.
From the Search section, you can access the various available tools that enable you to manually fine-tune and efficiently test the modifications applied to your search solution:
“Query Pipelines” Page
Each search request made by a user must go through a query pipeline. The pipeline then modifies the request to optimize the results according to the current context.
From the Query Pipelines page, you can, among other things:
- Create, edit, and delete query pipeline rules
- Set your default query pipeline
- Manage query pipeline conditions
For further information on the Query Pipelines page, see Adding and Managing Query Pipelines.
“A/B Tests” Page
In the A/B Tests page, you can configure tests to compare the performance of two versions of a specific query pipeline. Setting up an A/B test is useful to evaluate whether a new query pipeline rule (e.g., a new query ranking expression) has a positive impact on relevance. From the A/B Tests page, you can create, activate, deactivate, delete, and tune A/B tests.
For further information on the A/B Tests page, see Adding and Managing A/B Tests.
In order to provide your users with the best possible search experience, you can create query pipeline conditions which can be used to route search requests to the desired query pipeline, and to ensure that certain rules only apply in their intended context.
In the Conditions page, you can manage the way conditions influence your query pipelines, query pipeline rules and Coveo ML models. More specifically, this section allows you to create, edit, and delete conditions.
For further information on the Conditions page, see Adding and Managing Query Pipeline Conditions.
“Search Pages” Page
- Add, edit, and delete hosted search pages
- Conveniently navigate all created search pages
- Easily customize your search pages
- Manage access to your search pages
For further information on the Search Pages page, see Adding and Managing Search Pages.