- API key privileges restrictions
- Sitecore 10.3 and SXA 10.3 support
- Sitecore 10.2 and SXA 10.2 support
- Coveo for Sitecore images for Docker
- Smart Snippets and Smart Snippet Suggestions
- Sitecore 10.1 and SXA 10.1 support
- Rebranding of Coveo for Sitecore to reflect the new Coveo visual identity
- Selecting a deployment region when creating a Coveo organization
- Creating test organizations from Coveo for Sitecore
- Bypassing the Coveo for Sitecore proxy
- Multi-Region support
- Sitecore 10.0 and SXA 10.0 support
- Editing crawler properties in the Command Center
- Coveo Commerce Query
- Hosted search pages
- Coveo Query Suggest Preview
- Dynamic Navigation Experience
The Coveo for Sitecore development team is constantly looking for ways to make the product more powerful and simpler to use. This page presents the main new features and enhancements added to the product over time.
API key privileges restrictions
To align with the latest industry standards regarding API key privileges and in keeping with Coveo API key privilege restrictions, Coveo for Sitecore API key privileges have been updated. The update ensures that API keys created by Coveo for Sitecore have the minimum required privileges to function properly.
These changes aren’t part of any Coveo for Sitecore release.
The changes were made at the Coveo level.
Existing API keys created either through user interface activation or using the Coveo for Sitecore bundled API call (accessible at
https://<INSTANCE_HOSTNAME>/coveo/api/config/docs/index#!/Organizations/OrganizationsV1_CreateApiKeys) have been updated, but this change doesn’t affect the Coveo for Sitecore functionality.
For users who created their Coveo for Sitecore API keys manually using the Coveo Platform API, we recommend that you review and update your API key privileges, if you haven’t already done so.
Sitecore 10.3 and SXA 10.3 support
Sitecore 10.2 and SXA 10.2 support
Coveo for Sitecore images for Docker
Smart Snippets and Smart Snippet Suggestions
Sitecore 10.1 and SXA 10.1 support
Rebranding of Coveo for Sitecore to reflect the new Coveo visual identity
Selecting a deployment region when creating a Coveo organization
In the September 2020 release of Coveo for Sitecore, we added the ability to link your Sitecore instance to a Coveo organization in any available deployment region.
We now take data residency support one step further by letting users create a Coveo organization in any available region (and automatically linking to it) directly from the Command Center. Simple!
Creating test organizations from Coveo for Sitecore
Bypassing the Coveo for Sitecore proxy
Coveo now provides an option in the Command Center to bypass the Coveo for Sitecore proxy for search and analytics calls to Coveo. Among other advantages, this can increase search speeds and reduce costs when using Sitecore on Azure, or another hosting platform.
Sitecore 10.0 and SXA 10.0 support
Editing crawler properties in the Command Center
As with many other Sitecore configurations, editing index crawler properties through configuration files can be a tedious and error-prone process. As part of our ongoing efforts to simplify configuration changes through new Command Center features, we unveil today our content crawler properties editing module.
Coveo Commerce Query
originLevel2 and the
customData[context_listing] values in usage analytics calls.
Hosted search pages
Many businesses and organizations discover Coveo through the Coveo Administration Console, where they may create an organization, test indexing, and build a search page using the GUI editor. But, until now, there has been no way to integrate a Coveo-powered search page into a Sitecore-powered website.
Coveo for Sitecore now has a Coveo Hosted Search Page rendering which, when added in the Sitecore Experience Editor, pulls the code from the selected classic hosted search page and injects it into the current Sitecore page.
Coveo Query Suggest Preview
Dynamic Navigation Experience
Dynamic Navigation Experience (DNE) is now supported in Coveo for Sitecore!
DNE requires special facets (i.e., Dynamic facets) that are “smarter” than the base facets that were already available in Coveo for Sitecore. A facet manager is also needed for the reordering of these dynamic facets. Hence, dynamic versions of the Coveo Category Facet (named the Coveo Dynamic Hierarchical Facet) and Coveo Facet renderings are now available, as well as dedicated dynamic range facet renderings for numeric, date, and distance fields.