Analyzing Help Center search results (Guide Professional and Enterprise)

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  • Brett - Community Manager
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    Hey Samuel,

    This was built into the native dashboard and unfortunately is not an available endpoint within our API. I wish I was able to provide you with another alternative :-/

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  • Pedro Rodrigues
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    Hi Brett, are there any plans to fix this in 2019?

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  • Alessio Riccio
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    @Brett: I totally support the request from Pedro. This would be a pretty nice feature for analizing the tickets with more depth.

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  • Brett - Community Manager
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    Hi Pedro and Alessio,

    This feature is not currently on the roadmap. I would actually recommend creating a post within our Support Product Feedback Forum along with your use case since this will help gain visibility from both users as well as our Product Managers.

    We greatly appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us. Thanks!

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  • Pedro Rodrigues
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    Thanks for confirming. For future reference, just leaving the same product request in Explore's Help Center, in case someone would like to vote:

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  • Alessio Riccio
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    @Brett: The wish was stated already 2 years ago by Karis Thoresen. I have not big hopes that something's gonna change..

     

    @Pedro: done.

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  • Nicole - Community Manager
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    Hey Alessio - 

    Thanks for following up with Pedro's requests in the Explore Help Center. That's the right place to be making your voice heard about reporting issues. 

     

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  • Amy Gracer
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    I would like to be able to see the tickets that were created as a result of a search, whether it resulted in a click through or not. Can you make the tickets created a hyperlink through to the ticket itself? 

     

    This way, I can see more details on the user's question AND I can review the support agent's answer to help improve the content of my article. 

     

    Is there anyway to do this?

     

     

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  • Devan - Community Manager
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    Hello Amy,

    Just wanted to get some clarification on this from you. So are you trying to create a method of tracking where any ticket that is created from a using a specific hyperlink or when they hyperlink is utilized from a search for ticket creation?

     

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  • Alessio Riccio
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    @Devan: It's the same question which is going around for some years now, I had also asked on the last page I think: In the stats we can track the searches and even see how many tickets were created after a customer did not find what he was searching for. Unfortunately we have no access to those tickets. Having access could facilitate seeing what the issue is with the content in the help center.

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  • Amy Gracer
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    @Devan: @Alessio has described the issue correctly. Since we get this information now as part of Content Cues, can it be added to the report?

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  • Devan - Community Manager
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    Hello Amy & Alessio,

    So I completely understand why having access to these tickets would be beneficial. While this is currently not a feature we offer in the base software, I would recommend leaving this request in our product feedback forums where are devs periodically seek out ways to improve our product.

    Product Feedback Guide

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  • Alessio Riccio
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    @Devan: Pedro Rodrigues linked the entrys a few month ago, see his comment up here. I don't think it's useful to post it even more :)

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  • Trang Dinh
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    Hello, 

    All Admins in our account don´t have the option to download the CSV of search terms, only account owner have access to download the CSV.

    Is this the expected behavior? 

    Cheers! 

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  • Sarah Anscombe
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    Could you explain why a result of more than 100% would appear for the Click-through rate?

    Thanks

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  • Bernard Cena
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    API access to search report results, please - seems like a no brainer and and oddity not to be able to access via API ? Thanks!

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  • Dan Yost
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    Looking at our searches with no results it shows "extract" as one of them. I get 17 results from the same search.  All of the article results are available to everyone.  Why is the report showing me there were no results?

    Thank you,

    Dan

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  • Michael Ludden
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    Like Sarah, I am also curious about a click-through rate over 100% - does this mean that a user clicked more than one result from the list and has more clicks than searches?

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