Wednesday, March 12, 2014

SPC14: Managing Search Relevance in SharePoint 2013 and O365

I had a great time preparing for and presenting this session together with David Hollembaek at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas March 3-6.

The session was directed at IT-Pro, as search is more or less about configurations these days and it was a level 300 session. This means we did not cover the basics of Query Rules, but dove into some real life examples on how to use them.

We got some comments afterwards that it was hard to read the demo screen far in the back (where people should have moved up, as there was ample room Winking smile ), but now you can watch the video and see it clear as day. We also appreciate the other feedback we got and the great questions afterwards. If you attended and haven’t evaluated yet, please head over to MySPC and do so.

The rating so far on the session is as follows

Evaluation Count: 52 
Question: Average Score:
The speaker’s presentation style helped me better understand the material. (5 excellent - 1 poor) 4.63
The speaker was knowledgeable about the subject matter. (5 = high to 1 = low) 4.92
The presentation was effective. (5 = high to 1 = low) 4.60
The demo(s) were effective. (5 excellent - 1 poor) 4.65
Overall satisfaction with this session. (5 = high to 1 = low) 4.69
Overall: 4.70

The video and slides can be found at