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Search suggestions include complete recent searches that are similar to the search you are constructing. You can also search for saved objects, such as pinboards.
Usage-based rankingSearch suggestions are relevant to the data and personalized to your search behavior. ThoughtSpot learns over time what columns are most important to you and to your company as a whole, and uses this knowledge to rank the search terms it offers. This is accomplished through usage-based ranking. So if you frequently type terms related to finance or to a particular product, you will see related suggestions more frequently. ThoughtSpot does this by keeping usage statistics on frequency of search terms in its local cache. Using this information, frequently used terms and phrases are offered in search suggestions more often than those that are not commonly used. This personalization based on search patterns makes ThoughtSpot more valuable over time. Search suggestions become more helpful the more searches you complete.
As you type in the search bar, you are given search suggestions that include recent searches. This makes it easier to learn what you can do with ThoughtSpot. In addition to displaying your own recent searches, the search bar also learns from searches made by other people. This should provide you with interesting searches that you may not have been aware of. You'll see recent searches in a separate section of search suggestions, as recent searches appear higher in suggestions than other terms.