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 Author Mikael Svenson  Views 516 View Original Article

I have written about appending query terms before without having them in the search box, and I’ve missed out at the best approach for this until now. Sometimes it takes years for the obvious solution to step forward. In SharePoint 2010 you could add a= to a query and the terms on the a parameter would be included in the query as a hidden constraint. So how best to do something similar in SharePoint 2013/2016 or SharePoint Online? You modify the query template!! A simple query template like {…
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