suggestion for the responses to the search button.

I searched fror "documenting classes" from the search button with no filtering. it naturally came back with 559 responses, but to me, the responses (and therefore the search)  came without context.

for instance,  one of the texts came back with:

Answer:

 

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Answer by Dmitry Maslennikov 10 November 2016

 

Can you put the text of the original question (in this case it was  DB access from CSP page without creating link table  ) above the word "ANSWER", this would then put the actual search response totally into context, without that part of the equation, we are left to guess what the question was, and whether the chunk of text is relevent, the only way to find the relevency is of course to open up the text..

 

kev

 

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I completely agree - this would make the results much more helpful!

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Hi, Kevin!

Makes sense to me. We'll put it in a queue.