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  2. MDL-60917

Global Search: Add highest ranked results section

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    • MOODLE_400_STABLE
    • MOODLE_400_STABLE
    • MDL-60917-Master
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      1. Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Display results in separate categories, enable the setting
      2. Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Manage global search, set "Maximum top results" to 3
      3.  Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Manage global search, set "Teacher"  and "Non-editing teacher" as "teacher roles"
      4. Generate test courses: https://docs.moodle.org/39/en/Test_site_generator
      5. Change a course name to "Course search 01"
      6. Change another course name to "Course search 02"
      7. Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Search area, update index
      8. Try global search for "Course search":
        1. There should be 2 top results for "Course search 01" and "Course search 02"
        2. Note that "Course search 01" is above the  "Course search 02"
      9. Enrol yourself as a student in "Course Search 02"
      10. Try global search for "Course search" again:
        1. There should be 2 top results for "Course search 02" and "Course search 01"
        2. Note that "Course search 02" is above the  "Course search 01"
      11. Try global search for "Course search 02":
        1. There should be 1 top results for "Course search 02"
      12. Enrol a teacher/non-editing teacher in "Course search 02"
      13. Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Search area, update index
      14. Try global search for "Course search 02":
        1. There should be 2 top results for "Course search 02" and the teacher
      15. Rename an activity in "Course search 01" with the text "Course search 02"
      16. Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Search area, update index
      17. Try global search for "Course search 02":
        1. There should be 3 top results for "Course search 02" and the teacher and the activity in "Course search 01"
      18. Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Manage global search, set "Maximum top results" to 0
      19. Try global search for "Course search" again:
        1. Verify that the "Top Results" section isn't shown at all. Still the results will show in the normal sections (courses, activities, users...)
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      Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Display results in separate categories, enable the setting Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Manage global search, set "Maximum top results" to 3  Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Manage global search, set "Teacher"  and "Non-editing teacher" as "teacher roles" Generate test courses: https://docs.moodle.org/39/en/Test_site_generator Change a course name to "Course search 01" Change another course name to "Course search 02" Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Search area, update index Try global search for "Course search": There should be 2 top results for "Course search 01" and "Course search 02" Note that "Course search 01" is above the  "Course search 02" Enrol yourself as a student in "Course Search 02" Try global search for "Course search" again: There should be 2 top results for "Course search 02" and "Course search 01" Note that "Course search 02" is above the  "Course search 01" Try global search for "Course search 02": There should be 1 top results for "Course search 02" Enrol a teacher/non-editing teacher in "Course search 02" Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Search area, update index Try global search for "Course search 02": There should be 2 top results for "Course search 02" and the teacher Rename an activity in "Course search 01" with the text "Course search 02" Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Search area, update index Try global search for "Course search 02": There should be 3 top results for "Course search 02" and the teacher and the activity in "Course search 01" Go to Site Admin > Plugins > Search > Manage global search, set "Maximum top results" to 0 Try global search for "Course search" again: Verify that the "Top Results" section isn't shown at all. Still the results will show in the normal sections (courses, activities, users...)

    Description

      Add the 1-3 highest ranked results from all tabs to the top of the page, above the tab headers (MDL-60913).

      For example: If I search for "software engineering", I would expect to see these results in this highest ranked results section:

      • Courses with have the exact string "software engineering" in their name, especially if I am enrolled into the course and if the course is not from the past / completed.
      • Users who teach "Software engineering" courses or work in the "Institute of Software engineering"
      • Course content which definitely have a high ranking for "Software engineering" and can be considered something like "most likely that you searched for this content".

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              Nguyen Nathan Nguyen
              mattp@catalyst-au.net Matt Porritt
              Dmitrii Metelkin Dmitrii Metelkin
              Eloy Lafuente (stronk7) Eloy Lafuente (stronk7)
              Angelia Dela Cruz Angelia Dela Cruz
              Amaia Anabitarte, Carlos Escobedo, Ferran Recio, Ilya Tregubov, Laurent David, Raquel Ortega, Sara Arjona (@sarjona)
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