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November 19, 2010 - 1 Comment

You may have noticed that a few months ago, we introduced a new feature into our search results, where if you search for a product we present back quick links to key types of assets including downloads, data sheets, and configuration and troubleshooting information.

For example, search for a Cisco 800 Series router…

And you will get back results that link not only to the main product and support pages, but also include quick links to relevant downloads, data sheets and other info:

I’ve watched many customers in our studies now use these features, and they seem universally appreciated.

Kudos to the vocabulary teams that manage all of these data relationships, and to the search team who implemented this.

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  1. Kudos on all the improvements to the Cisco website! It looks like a lot of things are starting to come together.

    How about a blog post on the new CCO download area? That looks like a pretty major overhaul! Looking forward to improvements between that and “MyCisco”.

    As for search, some things have improved, yes. But it still doesn’t beat the efficiency of using Google with the string “”.