“In this video, I show you a few places in SharePoint where you can configure SharePoint Search Settings: Site Level and Tenant Level”
Configuring SharePoint search settings is an important part of making sure that users are able to find the content that they need on a SharePoint site. SharePoint provides a variety of options for configuring search settings, including options for setting up search scopes, managing the search index, and creating custom search solutions.
To configure SharePoint search settings, you will need to access the SharePoint Search Administration page. This page can be found in the Central Administration area of your SharePoint site. On this page, you will be able to configure all of the search-related settings, including search scopes, the search index, and search results page.
Once you have configured the search settings, you can then test the search results to make sure that they are returning the content that you need. You can also use the search analytics page to view reports on how users are using the search feature. This can help you identify areas where the search could be improved.
Finally, SharePoint also provides a variety of tools and APIs that you can use to create custom search solutions. These tools allow you to create custom search solutions that are tailored to your specific needs.