What are the default search operators?
Cludo supports two operators when the search terms contains more than one word:
- OR (default behavior): A result only needs to match one of the words in a search query in order to populate. The results that match most or all of the words will rank higher, ensuring optimal relevance.
A search for “quick brown fox” would show any results which contains either “quick”, “brown”, or “fox”.
- AND: A result has to match the complete search query in order to populate.
A search for “quick brown fox” would only show any results which contain all of the words in the query.
Operators are set for the engine and can currently only be changed by Cludo. It is usually not recommended to switch to AND, since this is likely to result in more searches with 0 results. You can contact support if you would like to change the operator for your search engine (free of charge).