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Adding Tags to Knowledge Base for better search functionality

It would be useful to add either hidden or visible tags to Knowledge Base Articles to ensure that they show up when searched.  Some people use terminology that we don't typically use or promote but we want them to be able to find the correct posts.

 

This would also allow me to view the searches on the Knowledge Base Insights to determine tags to add to articles to direct people there without having to modify the article as a whole.  

 

I didn't see this posted anywhere else, but point me to the correct article if so and I will upvote.  Thanks!

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Équipe de développement de HubSpot
Équipe de développement de HubSpot

Hi @Fredrikhoglind, unfortunately, this feature is delayed and will be a number of months before it is available. I will update you with any more information when I have it Smiley heureux

MarkW17
Nouveau contributeur

This would definitely be of benefit to our company. Please keep me updated on when this progresses.

patricko
Contributeur occasionnel

We really need this for our customer base covering a lot of industries each with their own terminology.

Sami
Nouveau contributeur

I'd think this feature would be the foundation of any knowledge base. Good to hear it is under development though! Posting so I'll get notifications for further updates.

FitZz
Nouveau contributeur

Hey guys, that's would be nice to have this feature.

If you really need to use keywords for your KB, you can go for a tricky method, you can use embed code on your article answer.
On your answer section you need to do "insert -> embed" and just add a html tag like this one, it wont be displayed on your article and it will match if you are using the right keywords 

<span style="display:none;">Keyword1 Keyword2 Keyword3</span>

It's not a great way to do it but it's still better than nothing while waiting for the feature to be released 

insertKeyword.PNG


I hope it will help some people. Smiley heureux

Fredrikhoglind
Contributeur occasionnel

@goconnor Any update regarding this. Right now the Knowledge base and chatbot are totaly useless. If a user ask the question

 

"I want help to print my latest invocie" for example they will get result from all articles wich includes I, want, help and so on for every word in the question, with ofcourse some kind of algorithm you guys have but it will still consider all the world instead of looking for high value words like "invoice" and "print". My chatbot is totaly broken beacuse of this. 

 

Also some Customers cant spell. If same customer would ask "Help Inovoike" or something beacuse they cant spell invoice they would get zero result. 

tracipitman
Contributeur occasionnel

I am trying to build a knowledge base for a college and this is pretty frustrating for me. For example, I have a comprehensive article about requesting a transcript, but if search is going to turn up every article where we use the word transcript one time (which is A LOT), it's just going to confuse the students and it won't help reduce the live chat/phone requests we get, which is the goal. I'm questioning whether I should even move forward with spending the time to build this knowledge base.

Fredrikhoglind
Contributeur occasionnel

@goconnor the fact that this is still not implemented is beyond me. 

This is a breaking bug (yes i call i a bug) that leaves the knowledgebase totaly unusable. 

 

What is the current plan for this? 

Équipe de développement de HubSpot
Équipe de développement de HubSpot

Hi @Fredrikhoglind this feature is next up for us and we hope to make it available by the end of the year.