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  • Posted on: Apr 22, 2024

    From version 16.1.0 there are some updates on the statistics pages: Add pagination to search phrase list Allows choosing a custom date range to get statistics Allows downloading raw data in csv format I hope that with these updates we can work mor...

  • Posted on: Feb 20, 2024

    We're excited to unveil the latest addition to the Search & Navigation suite: a dashboard designed to proactively monitor your resource usage. It's a powerful tool that offers immediate insights, helping you prevent potential issues before they...

  • Posted on: Apr 03, 2023

    In Find 13, we introduced language routing on indexing to improve indexing performance for indexes setup with multiple languages. With the release of Find 13.4.9, we further introduced language routing on query time. We recommend moving up to 13.5...

  • Posted on: Jan 17, 2023

    Dear partners and developers, Due to issues introduced with this change/release which impacts both clients and the Find service we are delisting the...

  • Posted on: Jan 28, 2022

    Changing the timeout for Search & Navigation requests is something that has been requested over and over in forums and support cases for quite some time. The default request timeout is set to 100 seconds (HttpWebRequest.Timeout default) which coul...

  • Posted on: May 19, 2021

    Over the last couple of years, we have been hard at work upgrading the architecture and backend that power Search & Navigation (formerly known as FIND). The most recent development efforts have been on stabilizing the backend we refer to as “V3”,...

  • Posted on: Oct 13, 2020

    If you are using Find (Search & Navigation) 13.x or later with an index located on a Find on-premise instance you need to do the following to achieve full compatibility.  This is not applicable to any solution where you're using an index hosted by...

  • Posted on: Jun 24, 2020

    Is your Search & Navigation (Find) implementation affected by the limitations of the current synonym functionality and/or would you like to improve upon the overall search experience?  Check out

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