Moreover Newsdesk New Features Update 03 Nov ’11

November 4, 2011 at 10:13 am 1 comment

Every other Thursday we release an update to Newsdesk, our media monitoring and enterprise news sharing service.

We’ve added some great new features based on customer feedback, and we’re especially pleased to introduce a case sensitive search option along with the ability to specify that your search terms must appear within the first X words of the articles.

Here’s this week’s full product update summary:

  • Spanish interface: We now have a fully-fledged Spanish interface, which our client services team can switch on for entire accounts or just for individual users. (In due course we will make this an end-user setting so users can control it themselves.)
  • New search options: Several new excellent search options on the newly named “Emphasis” filter (previously “Headline” filter) that can really help you zoom in on search terms and boost the relevancy of the results:
    • Users can now select if they only want to search within the first X words of the article (first 100, 200, 500 words etc).
    • You can now set the search to be case sensitive, so for instance “Shell” will match to “Shell” but not “shell”.
    • And you can make the case sensitive search also be accented character sensitive, so e.g. “Nestlé” will only match “Nestlé”, not “Nestle” or “nestle”.
    • The headline search options are still there as well of course. Here’s a screenshot:
Newsdesk Media Monitoring new Emphasis filter

Newsdesk Media Monitoring new Emphasis filter

  • We’re also now showing Twitter user’s pictures (“avatars”) alongside the search results.
  • We’ve made it a little easier to select folders when you save a search by showing the tree structure.
  • The search results will now show you how old a story is in number of weeks, instead of just “1 month old”, to make it a bit clearer.
  • Users can now delete up to a maximum of 2000 articles from a feed. Users can continue to delete stories, but after 2000 the oldest story will be undeleted to make way for the new one.
We hope our customers enjoy these latest updates, and stay tuned for our next release in two weeks time!

Entry filed under: media monitoring, Newsdesk, search.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Greg  |  November 5, 2011 at 4:19 am

    Really fantastic new features. Thanks!

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