Search Facet and Filtering Capabilities

If you don’t have dynamic filter capabilities in your search (or they aren’t working well) you’re missing out on providing the best user experience for your site visitors. FUSE, out of the box, provides filters that are specific to each of your content sources. This is helpful when you don’t have a uniform taxonomy across all of your content sources. When a user selects a content source — for example, Journal — the filters will dynamically update to reflect filters that are specific to the Journal.

1:00 Video about FUSE Search’s Filter (also known as facet) capabilities.

If you don’t have a uniform taxonomy across some or all of your content sources but you want to, that’s where FUSE AI steps in. FUSE’s artificial intelligence engine assigns taxonomy to your non-categorized content. While never a substitute for the real thing [a subject matter expert in your field] FUSE AI can be helpful in scenarios where there’s:

  • too much content (e.g. 1,000s of content items) to realistically tag in a reasonable amount of time and budget.

  • user contributed content, like a discussion forum or social media post, when you can’t expect the contributor to assign taxonomical data reliably.

Like what you’re seeing? Schedule one of our no slide deck, no pressure demos — just lots of examples of FUSE Search in action.