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Auto-Complete (suggestions) in Portal Search for Request Offerings

Adam_DzyackyAdam_Dzyacky Product Owner Contributor Monkey ✭✭✭✭✭
Currently main search function of the portal (which is to say the "Need help find what you are looking for?") does a full text search against Knowledge Articles, but not Request Offerings.

It would be great if the search was running against Request Offerings so that as you typed, it would start returning results from Request Offerings.
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    GordonGordon Member Adept IT Monkey ✭✭
    Right now, if I am searching for Knowledge articles, I can add keywords that help the user find the right document, but no such functionality exists within the Service Offerings. For example.. I have a service offering to "Decommission A Computer", the description of which includes the word decom (intentionally). However if I type deco or decomm in the search bar, it does not find it..I have to specifically type Decom or Decommission. This seems like a huge recipe for lack of use of the portal and End User frustration, which BTW is something I am dealing with.  

    I thought perhaps, I could simply press return a few times and add something like below to the description field at least. Not clean, but serviceable. Unfortunately, there is no way to have a new paragraph in the description, it is simply one huge run on description/sentence.

    Keywords : Decom; Decomm 

    Please fix this! :-)
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