You can use one facet or a combination of facets to refine your search (see Refining Search Results Using Facets). The facet items are typically sorted either from the most frequent to the least frequent or alphanumerically, ascending or descending.
Each search interface comes with its set of tailored facets that appear on the side of the search results page.
|Facet items – Click an item or its check box to narrow search result to this item.|
|A search box appears when the list of available items is long – Type a few characters to easily find and select additional items.|
|Eraser icon – Click to clear all active filters.|
|Show/Hide icons – Click to respectively show facet items or hide inactive facet items.|
|Exclude icon – Click to exclude results corresponding to this item.|
|Extend/Reduce control (More, Fewer) – Click More to extend or Fewer to reduce the list of visible items.|
By default, Internet Explorer 9 is often configured to use the Compatibility View mode that displays web pages as if you were using an earlier version of IE and therefore, does not support newer CSS styles. You can disable the IE 9 compatibility View mode (see the Microsoft document How to use Compatibility View in Internet Explorer 9).
Your Coveo administrator can also configure facets to appear on either side of the .NET search results page (see Configuring the Position of Facets and Related Results Panels With the .NET Interface Editor). The Search In facet automatically appears when your Coveo administrator defines one or more custom .NET search scopes (see Configuring a Custom Scope With the .NET Interface Editor).