If you start with a broad Product Search, you might see products in your search results that you want to be removed. There are various options to filter and narrow down your search results.
For example, let’s say you are creating a Product Set for bicycles. Since this is such a broad search, your results may have more than just bicycles – products like bicycles accessories and related items might also appear.
When this occurs, there are a couple of options you can explore. For example, if there are only a couple of bicycles that are returned in your Search Results, you can add just the bicycles to the Product Set using the Manual Method. You can learn more about adding products using the Manual Method here.
You could also use Search Operators to exclude the products you do not want in your Product Set. For example, adding -helmet in the Product Name Search Field will exclude all products that have the word helmet in its name. You can learn more about Search Operators here.
However, let's say your search results returns hundreds of bicycles and bicycle accessories. While it is possible to use the Manual Method of adding products or use Search Operators to narrow down the results, that will be a time consuming process. Instead, consider adding another Search Field to instantly narrow your Search Results to be only the products you want.
One of the quickest ways to do this is to use the Final Price Search Field. Looking at the search results, bicycles tend to start at a few hundred dollars, while bicycle accessories are much cheaper. Since the bicycles are all above $600, entering $600 in the Final Price Search Filter will instantly exclude all products under that price.
This will remove most (if not all) of the bicycle accessories!
If you are looking for a quick and easy way to instantly narrow down your Product Search results, the Final Price Search Filter is your solution! To learn more about Advanced Product Searches, you can view our YouTube video tutorial here.