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November 22, 2011

Webinar: Improving SharePoint search with the FAST indexing pipeline

For those of you still at your desks this short Thanksgiving week, you might be interested in a webinar we'll be doing with our partner SurfRay early next month.

"Everyone knows that great metadata is key to a great user search experience, but what can you do if your existing content falls short? The FAST Search for SharePoint pipeline provides a way to enhance document metadata during the indexing process so your content has better metadata and users will experience better search results.

During the webinar we’ll talk about what the pipeline is, give examples of how it can improve your metadata, and describe some real-world scenarios where having access to the pipeline resulted in better search quality and happier users."

How can the indexing pipeline improve search quality? You'll have to come to the webinar to hear our take, but a hint: you can add and improve metadata to the document during the indexing process - which means better search.

The webinar is planned for Friday, December 9 at 2PM Eastern/11AM Pacific.  You can register for the event now.


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