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Is there a way to adjust the search behavior to find relevant pages for partial wording?
For example, one of my team members was looking for "requests rehandle" and didn't find the relevant article. When I typed in the full term "requests rehandler" I did find the relevant article.
So a missing "r" changed the search results. Any ideas?
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A wildcard should do the trick. For example: rehandle*
You can learn more about Confluence search syntax at https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/confluence-search-syntax/.
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