Scoped Search Dangerous but Sometimes Useful

Scoped Search: Dangerous, but Sometimes Useful
Scoped Search: Dangerous, but Sometimes Useful

Limiting Search Boundaries

Scoped search allows users to limit their search to a section or type of content on a website instead of searching everything in one go.  Typically, it is implemented in two ways: drop-down scope selection and autocomplete scope suggestions , which appear below or within the search box. 

Brookings.edu: Drop-down scope selectors included within the search box require users to open the menu to see the options available.

 

Google Shopping Express: Autocomplete scope suggestions : as the user types the search terms, categories are automatically suggested just below the search box.

E-commerce sites often use both implementations in the same search box, while information-based sites tend...






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