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Auto-Generated Keywords (AI Search)

Last Updated March 14, 2024

Brief Overview

'Auto-generated keywords' is an algorithm that automatically generates keywords from the names of Smart Walk-Thrus, Resources and Shuttles. Keywords are generated using Natural Language Processing (NLP). In addition to auto-generated keywords based on the NLP engine, keywords are also added from the system learning from user interactions. Successful user searches and the selected results are analyzed and added to the keyword list.

It helps users find what they need when they search for items in the WalkMe menu.

Watch this video to learn more about auto-generated keywords

View the Auto-generated Keywords

  1. Create or rename a Smart Walk-Thru, Resource, or Shuttle
  2. Save the item and close the item's page to return to the editor's main page (in order to refresh the item)
  3. Reopen the item and go to the settings:
    • Smart Walk-Thru
      • Hover over the three dots to the right of the Smart Walk-Thru name
      • Click Settings
      • Click Search Ranking
      • Click Show to view the generated keywords

      • Resource
        • Click the Resource to open it from the list view
        • Scroll to the bottom and click Show to view the generated keywords


      • Click the Shuttle to open it from the list view
      • Scroll to the bottom and click Show to view the generated keywords
  4. Delete any non-relevant keywords or add more manually using the Keywords section above


  • Only works automatically for new or modified items and not for existing ones
  • Auto-generated keywords are currently available for English only


  1. Doesn't have auto keywords for a specific Smart Walk-Thru, Shuttle or Resource:
    • Resave (do a blank change)
    • Wait 10 seconds
    • Refresh the Editor
  2. Keywords are not relevant
    • Remove them manually from the list
  3. Search returns non-relevant items
    • Check the auto-generated keywords and delete any irrelevant ones

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