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May 24 2011 - 05:02 PM
New feature in Ednode
Ednode has a new feature now! Whenever an active user searches a phrase in the search box, Ednode will record the terms the user has searched, who has searched and when the search occurred. There is also an attribute predefined to record the next action of the active user. The next action is none value right now, but will keep for data mining in the future. The motivation to add this new feature is that we want to know what users are looking for in Ednode. We are now doing research on this user behavior. It will provide useful information for the recommendation system in Ednode. Now that we can record search terms, we hope to later add method to record where the search term comes from: either from user typing or clicking on the key words above. We will then add a function to record what is the next action of the user after the search. We are open to hear your thoughts about this new feature, so please feel free to comment or talk to Ankit and I. By the way, if you want to see the records you need to go to the database :)
Posted in: Work ProgressDesign Event|By: Pengfei Li|2619 Reads