@anonymous-piwik-user opened this Issue on January 30th 2013

I use Internal Search like this

piwikTracker.trackSiteSearch( $("#inputCat1").val(), "Category1", 0 )
piwikTracker.trackSiteSearch( $("#inputCat2").val(), "Category2", 0 )

I see the reports like this

keyword1 50
keyword2 20
keyword3 10

Category1 45
Category2 35

I think it would be useful to see them hierachical like this

Total 80
keyword1 50
keyword2 20
keyword3 10

Category1 45
keyword1 30
keyword3 10
keyword2 5
Category2 35
keyword1 20
keyword2 15

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 8th 2014

Would apprechiate this feature too. Currently the widget 'getSiteSearchNoResultKeywords' only shows three columns: sword, nb_visits and exit_rate.

As I understand it, this is configured in "plugins/Actions/Actions.php":

769     public function configureViewForSiteSearchNoResultKeywords(ViewDataTable $view)
770     {
771         $view->config->addTranslation('label', Piwik::translate('Actions_ColumnNoResultKeyword'));
772         $view->config->columns_to_display = array('label', 'nb_visits', 'exit_rate');
774         $this->addSiteSearchDisplayProperties($view);
775     }

How about adding the "all columns" button?

$view->config->show_table_all_columns = true

Since we're tracking the category along with the sword by calling

_paq.push(["trackSiteSearch", "somenonexistingword", "Category A", 0); 

it'll be only logical to show these categories in the no-results widget when showing all columns, don't you think?

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 14th 2014

Me too! Me too!

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on April 16th 2014

Our company is also interested in this feature. We want to know on which searchpage (we use different search categories for our different searchpages, e.g. product search or document search) the user searched for something, so we can improve our searching service.

@bmorg commented on January 24th 2017

+1 on this.

@m-apsolon commented on May 6th 2019


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