Ensure your search engine can render the right results despite incomplete or misspelled words
When a user inadvertently enters the wrong query word—one that is incomplete or misspelled—search engines need to be intuitive enough to present the correct results. Autocomplete, a feature provided by many search engine interfaces and database query tools, predicts a word or phrase that the user wants to type in without the user actually typing it in completely. Integrating spelling correction and autocomplete features into the user interface improves the experience for users, helping them to efficiently find the information that they need so that they can accomplish more.
Our agile, multilingual teams of search evaluators review corrected or completed words your search engine provides, compare them to the misspelled or incomplete words the user entered, and determine if the search engine provided the correct result. This feedback is then used to train the machine learning algorithm to automatically correct or complete query terms.
With access to a crowd of 1 million people in over 130 countries, combined with our experienced project managers, you can improve the accuracy of your autocorrect and spell check for users worldwide.
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