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Content of the Do More Menu in a .NET Search Interface

The Do more menu appears at the right end of the Coveo .NET Front-End search interface bar, in the default web .NET search interface. The items that the Do more menu contains depend on the user and on the search context. The following figures and table respectively show and describe the possible Do more menu commands.

Viewed by an administrator in the default web .NET search interface Viewed by an end-user in the Desktop Searchbar
Menu command Description Conditions to appear
Configure Front-End Opens the Front-End Server Configuration page where your Coveo administrator can configure to which Back-End server and which search security certificate this Front-End uses (see Coveo .NET Front-End First Time Setup).
  • In the default web .NET search interface

  • The user must be a Coveo administrator.

Edit this Interface Opens the Interface Editor where your Coveo administrator can configure .NET search interfaces (see Coveo .NET Front-End Interface Editor).
  • In the default web .NET search interface

  • The user must be a Coveo administrator.

Manage Filters Opens the Saved Queries and Filters dialog where you can see or remove already saved queries and filters or save new ones (see Using Saved Queries and Filters in .NET Search Interfaces).
Export to Excel Exports the current search results to a Microsoft Excel file format (see Exporting Search Results to Microsoft Excel in a .NET Search Interface).
Activate Activates a Super User Access previously created for this user (see Super User Access).
  • In the default web .NET search interface

  • The user must currently be granted a super user access by the Coveo administrator (see Managing Super User Access).

Advanced Search Opens the advanced search page (see Using the Advanced Search Page in .NET Search Interfaces). In the Desktop Searchbar
Preferences Opens the preferences page (see Modifying .NET Search Interface Preferences). In the Desktop Searchbar
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