Interested in finding out how the search algorithm prioritizes certain information over others to develop better keywords for titles, page information, etc.
Ideally, this is without using filters. I understand that using the filters can help reduce the number of results, however, I want to know if the results I want can be prioritized through natural means as opposed to filters.
Here is some documentation on this: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/how-do-i-understand-the-ranking-of-confluence-s-search-results-785614686.html
You should also review this about syntax: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-search-syntax-158720.html
ugh. Thanks but not what I'm looking for. If you follow their instructions, you get some query-ish mess of code that is vague at best and leaves numerous questions unanswered. It's also woefully out of date (2016 vintage).
Frankly it's unbelievable to me that this information is not readily available.
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