Elastic Search for Magento 2v1.3.4
- Autocomplete suggestions & spell corrections
- Partial search by SKU, name, attributes, category
- Product attribute weight settings
- Synonyms & stop words
- Multi-lingual search
- Responsive & mobile-friendly
Developed in Java, Elasticsearch is an open-source search/analytics engine that suggests more precise results for more queries. Why choose our solution for Magento 2? We’ve gone beyond that and made it more flexible. Our add-on works w/t Elasticsearch 6+ and comprises wildcard partial/fallback search, error tolerance, search query, out-of-stock items hiding, and more useful options.
In the search pop-up, there is a handy section with links to the categories, CMS and landing pages that contain search results.
Display clickable popular and recent searches to let your customers be aware of trends and worth-while products.
The extension provides configuration for miltilingual support. Allow customers to search in their native language.
The module moves the out-of-stock items to the end of the search results, thus offering the available variants first.
For shoppers, browsing may be time-consuming and somewhat annoying. This may result in their leaving and no conversions. Elastic Search combining with AJAX Layered Navigation, that significantly extends search results page, will help customers to reach what they are looking for in no time.
It is required to make sure that all the necessary configurations were made.
First of all, please check what search engine is selected for your site in default Magento settings:
Stores > Configuration > Catalog > Catalog > Catalog Search > "Amasty Elasticsearch"
Secondly, check the general settings of the extension:
Stores > Configuration > Amasty Extensions > Elastic Search > Search Engine > "Amasty Elasticsearch"
Then, click "Test Connection" button and make sure that you see "Successful! Test again?" message.
If all of the above is set up correctly and search still gives no results, please create a support ticket with us as there might be a conflict with some third-party extension in your site.Read the FULL answer