This week, Support Lead, Helen Grimbly will be looking at how a site can be searched for a word or phrase.
There are two ways that a site can be searched for the presence of a word or phrase. Searches can be carried out on previous assessments from the Dashboard, or a word or phrase can be added to a spelling search filter which will be consulted to find that word in future assessments.
This is only possible if the user has been configured with access to the dashboard, which most master users for an organisation have).
For more information on how to use the dashboard search (called LIVEARCHIVE) please see this article:
You can create a search filter to search for specified words or phrases. This is useful if you would like Sitemorse to proactively search for certain words or phrases on your site.
Add a Spelling Filter, via your digital properties page:
To view the filtered words:
Please note if you want to find all of a filter's specified words/phrases on your whole site, you will need to check (or run) the most recent 'full site' assessment with the filter applied.
Search filters can only be added to sites that the Spelling category has been enabled for.
NB. Only the owner (normally the master user) of the dictionary can add words / phrases to that dictionary by default. Further users can be given access to add words and phrases, upon request to Sitemorse.