Tracking in Search.io can give you insights into the search behavior of your users and how your content is performing. Tracking data is also fed back into Search.io's AI model to improve search ranking over time.
EventTracking records user interactions alongside search results and is designed to be as simple as possible while also being capable of handling complex/flexible use-cases - an ecommerce purchase funnel for example.
For now, Search.io's website search uses
ClickTracking by default while our Shopify search solution uses
PosNegTracking by default. Both will transition to using
EventTracking in the near future.
The default when you create a new
Pipeline instance is no tracking.
field value you specify must be the name of a field in your schema with the Unique constraint.
After having received the search result, clicks on an entry will record a
click event against that query. Subsequent events tracked for the entry that was clicked will continue to be recorded against that query to improve search ranking.
EventTracking is persisted in localStorage and sent to Search.io automatically.