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Ability to search by content?

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Often times I know WHAT I want to see, just not who to see it by. The ability to search for keywords would make navigating through creators much better.

Well it's not what you're looking for per
se, but the "filter" option is the closest bet for right now. Otherwise, you'll have to resort to going to an imageboard, which yiff here, is not. It's a repository of archived content.

Then also people would have to tag everything and no one's "really" doing that anyway. ^^ยก (since some creators make more than just furry, 3d, 2d, vanilla etc)

Also,(removes shades) where's the dubya in that shaduh?
(x-files theme plays)

>>55345
> Then also people would have to tag everything and no one's "really" doing that anyway
If you expect people to tag things like Boorus you might as well use a proper booru host like Danbooru (on GitHub).

>>55345
Filter is crap and not always used
Admin should add booru version

>>55345
it doesn't have to require tagging. you could just have a search bar that looks for keywords in post descriptions and/or filenames

>>55570
Some of the posts on creator's pages have no description or words regarding search terms. If anything, it's usually something along the lines of:

"Rewards sent, thanks for support, here's the mega link, Gumroad, etc."

Like, it isn't a horrid idea, but it's safe to say that it might be a future endeavour. Probably much later after more site support, like fanbox and enty.

>>55570
I also get where you're coming from with filenames, but a lot of them are usually just numbers or alphanumeric titles.

>>55570
Keyword text search is computationally slow, unless we are going for the ElasticSearch or Solr, which requires more resources.

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