Start with basics, like “women sweaters”. You can add descriptive words to it like “women crew neck sweater”. VidaMonti’s hyper contextual semantic search is a free-form search meaning you can enter any keywords into its search bar.
If you don’t find any results:
- Tip-1: Make sure the spelling is correct
Make sure you spelled it correct as VidaMonti is currently working on getting this feature to its users.
- Tip-2: Change search keywords
Broaden your search, try removing a few descriptive keywords like crew neck, v-neck, striped etc.
Search can be done with any free-form words.
For example: men black t-shirt, women yellow dresses, women denim jacket, brown handbags, men’s slim jeans up to 100 dollars.
Exact Word Phrase
Search will return all results that include these words in their title or description. Using quotations will restrict the results to products.
For example:women’s “maxi dress”.
This will show women’s dresses that have “maxi dress” in either title or description of the product.
Size can be requested by size:xxx,xxx where xxx could be small or s or large or L etc.
There should be no spaces between commas and no special characters in sizes.
For example: women dress size:s,l.
This will return dresses of size small or large.
Color can be requested either in free-form or by color:xxx,xxx where xxx could be red, blue, green etc.
There should be no spaces between commas and no special characters in colors.
Images might show different colors so don’t think that it’s a wrong result. This may happen because the product was available in that color at the time of VidaMontibot crawl and indexed the product.
For example: women dress color:red,blue.
This will return women’s dresses either in red or blue.
Price can be requested either in free-form or by price:xxx,xxx where xxx could be 30, 50, 100 etc.
When price:xxx,xxx is used, there should be no spaces between commas and no special characters in numbers.
For example: yellow dress price:100,200.
This will return women’s yellow dresses prices between $100 and $200.
In free-form, using “more than”, greater than”, “from”, “starting from”, “above”, “over”, “above than”, “less than”, “up to”, “to”, “below”, “under”, “lower than” and “between” are going to restrict search results based on price.
For example: women’s black leggings between $30 and $75 or men’s slim jeans up to 100 dollars.