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Optimized pattern for simultaneously matching and presenting multiple items

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000241351D
Publication Date: 2015-Apr-18
Document File: 4 page(s) / 127K

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Abstract

This invention consists of following ideas to enhance user experience when browsing search results of e-commerce website.It will distinguish different keywords, and search for each keyword simultaneously and will display multiple keywords searched results on one page.

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Optimized pattern for simultaneously matching and presenting multiple items

Many people nowadays shopping online, but all e-commerce websites only support search on one specific product at a time. One hand, user can't search multiple goods at same time .The other hand, there is no parallel comparison between different selections. This does not satisfy customers' needs in the following areas:

When a customer want to search several unrelated products;

When he need an abstract way to present multiple search results on the same page.

Our invention consists of following ideas to enhance user experience when browsing search results of e-commerce website.

The method will distinguish different keywords, and search for each keyword simultaneously.

The method will display multiple keywords searched results on one page.

The patent will use optimized methods to search multiple keywords.

When consumer type several keywords with semi-colon for searching, the matched result will contain a grid of most required results based on each keyword the consumer typed and will be presented in a good user experience model on the same page. This allows user to quickly select different type of products on the same screen to buy, which will save consumer a certain of time he/she has a lot of things to buy.

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The steps to implement this idea:

Step 1: The consumer type multiple items separated with semicolon, such as "laptop;pen;thermal underware"...