Fast, intelligent, and fully customizable search for your site. Comes with detailed analytics and controls in the Swiftype Dashboard.
Swiftype is an excellent replacement to the default search in WordPress. One of my favorite features is the auto suggest when typing a few characters. Generally, it always has the post I'm looking for in the first three suggested links.
If you're looking for something way better than the default search in WordPress, give Swiftype a try.
Been testing out the plugin, and is a really dynamic tool for increased searches on your site.
Thanks a lot for this nice search-plugin
Nice work. Thank you.
I was using relenvanssi until now. For some post of my site it will not come. Today only I discover Swiftype Search. It is far far better than relevanssi. It not only display result perfectly. It also display your post title while you typing. I recommend 'Swiftype Search'. Don't use relenvanssi.
Three things I love about Swiftype:
1. The "instant" autocomplete dropdown search results. I haven't found any other plugin that functions this smoothly.
2. Being able to customize my search results for specific keywords using drag-n-drop.
3. Analytics for which keywords were searched for and which keywords returned 0 results.
Just installed right now.
It presents a nice searching result
list for users!
I viewed the instructional set-up videos first, then installed it as per their on-screen directions.
Installation took only a couple of minutes - literally.
The longest part - again a minute or so - was waiting for all 1200 posts and pages to be indexed.
I tested the searching, and it works fast and well. Analytics are available immediately online.
I've also made a desktop short-cut to the Swiftype Analytics page to check the site search results directly.
I run a very large WordPress install for a single site. Search is a paramount issue for me. This plugin makes the integration with Swiftype a breeze. And while all that would be good in itself, the support I received when I did have an issue this week, takes plugin support to a new level... It took them just 2 hours to roll out a new release in the WordPress repository fixing the "issue" - it really wasn't an issue with their plugin but how large of a site I was trying to index... Thanks Matt!
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