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Search with search bar in the main panel, return relevant asset list. But search does not provide information on where the search term hit the asset or the asset's metadata(e.g.asset name, description…). No workaround in now.
We want to be provided information by highlighting where the search term hit the asset as a result of search.
Search result to be highlighted
User can know which part of the asset the search term hit in the search
Provides search transparency and improves Catalog reliability
# of users impacted and how often are they impacted:
For this instance, from several to ten users, and always impacted in now, but this use case is trial, impacted user will be growth in near future.
Also this function will be impact to decision to renew or stop Watson Knowledge Catalog Standard plan which is purchased in now.
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