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Advanced Search lets shoppers search the catalog based on values entered into a form. Because the form contains multiple fields, a single search can include several parameters. The result is a list of all products in the catalog that match the criteria. A link to Advanced Search is in the footer of your store.
Each field in the form corresponds to an attributeA characteristic or property of a product; anything that describes a product. Examples of product attributes include color, size, weight, and price. from your product catalog. To add a field, set the frontend propertiesProperties that determine the presentation and behavior of an attribute from the standpoint of the customer in your store. of the attribute to “Include in Advanced Search.” As a best practice, include only the fields that customers are most likely to use to find a product, because having too many will slow down the search.
To use advanced search:
|1.||In the footer of the store, click Advanced Search.|
|2.||In the Advanced Search form, full or partial values in as many fields as necessary.|
|3.||Tap Search to display the results.|
|4.||If you don’t see what you are looking for in the search results, tap Modify your search and try another combination of criteria.|
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