Category: How To

Cludo Experience Builder

Cludo’s Experience Builder is a user-friendly tool that enables you to tailor your website’s search and interaction capabilities. The feature simplifies the process of modifying and implementing new search features without needing extensive technical capabilities or support. Designed for full control, the Experience Builder includes real-time previews for immediate feedback . . . Read more

How to set up date crawling

You can configure your crawler to index dates, which can be utilized for various purposes such as date filtering or date freshness boosting. To set this up: When selecting the Date data type, a Date format field will appear. It’s generally recommended to leave this field blank as the crawler . . . Read more

How to install the WordPress plugin

The WordPress plugin automatically notifies your crawlers whenever new pages are added or existing pages are updated, ensuring that new or updated pages are reindexed accordingly. You can read more about how the plugin works in this article.

How to enable Private Data Masking

The Private Data Masking feature in MyCludo conceals sensitive information, like SSNs or credit card numbers, entered into search inputs, ensuring data security and user privacy by rendering it unreadable to MyCludo users. The Private Data Masking feature cannot currently be set up using MyCludo and requires interference from a . . . Read more

How to use the Update Content tool

When you have a page that you recently published or updated and would like this to be indexed for your search immediately, the Update Content tool can come in handy.

Using Audiences without GTM

If you can’t use Google Tag Manager, you can still make use of Audiences by manually storing descriptive “traits” in your users’ browser local storage. When a user searches on your website, the Cludo script will check for these stored traits and apply any associated Audiences to give the user . . . Read more

How to filter analytics

With analytics filters, you are able to filter your analytics data based on one or more parameters to get a deeper insight into certain user groups. Note that the filter will display on the top of the page and will be active throughout all analytics sections until cleared.

How to anonymize collected IP addresses

If you are looking to prevent the storing of IP addresses, this can be achieved using Anonymized IP addresses. IP addresses will now be anonymized by replacing the last three digits with zeros. This setting works retroactively, meaning that IP addresses collected before enabling this setting will also be anonymized. . . . Read more