This article has been written for the Go1 Platform Administrator, and Microsoft Global Administrator and Microsoft Search Administrator (if different from your Global Administrator) within your organization as all roles play a part in the setup of this integration.

Part 2 - within Microsoft Search

For your Connector to show for users in Search, your Microsoft Search Administrator needs to customize the search interface. The Microsoft Global Administrator will have the necessary permissions to complete this step, but some organizations may have a dedicated resource responsible for configuring Microsoft Search.

Microsoft Search Administrator

  1. Login to the Microsoft 365 admin center > Settings > Microsoft Search
  2. Click on ‘Connectors’ and verify that the Go1 content connector exists:

3. Click on the ‘Customizations’ tab.

4. Click ‘+ Add’ to add a new Result Type and select the Go1 connector as the content source:

5. Copy and paste the following code into the layout card (recommended). The layout can be configured further by the Search Admin. Find the code below this image:

{

"type": "AdaptiveCard",

"version": "1.0",

"body": [

{

"type": "ColumnSet",

"columns": [

{

"type": "Column",

"style": "default",

"items": [

{

"type": "Image",

"url": "{typeIcon}",

"spacing": "None",

"horizontalAlignment": "Center",

"width": "28px"

}

],

"width": "auto",

"horizontalAlignment": "Center",

"verticalContentAlignment": "Center"

},

{

"type": "Column",

"width": 8,

"items": [

{

"type": "TextBlock",

"text": "__[{title}]({launchUrl})__",

"color": "Accent",

"size": "Medium",

"weight": "Bolder",

"maxLines": 3

},

{

"type": "TextBlock",

"text": "__{provider}__",

"spacing": "Small"

},

{

"type": "TextBlock",

"wrap": true,

"maxLines": 3,

"spacing": "Small",

"text": "{ResultSnippet}"

},

{

"type": "ColumnSet",

"columns": [

{

"type": "Column",

"width": "stretch",

"items": [

{

"type": "FactSet",

"facts": [

{

"title": "Type:",

"value": "__{type}__"

}

]

}

]

},

{

"type": "Column",

"width": "stretch",

"items": [

{

"type": "FactSet",

"facts": [

{

"title": "Duration:",

"value": "__{duration}__"

}

]

}

]

}

]

}

],

"horizontalAlignment": "Left",

"spacing": "Medium"

},

{

"type": "Column",

"width": 2,

"items": [

{

"type": "Image",

"url": "{image}",

"horizontalAlignment": "Right",

"size": "Medium"

}

],

"spacing": "None",

"verticalContentAlignment": "Center"

}

],

"spacing": "None"

}

],

"$schema": "http://adaptivecards.io/schemas/adaptive-card.json",

"$data": {

"ResultSnippet": "",

"launchUrl": "",

"image": "=",

"provider": "",

"duration": "",

"title": "",

"type": "",

"typeIcon": "",

"topics": ""

}

}

6. There is nothing else you need to customize in the result type. Click Add Result Type when you are finished.

7. Navigate to ‘Verticals’ on the left-hand panel. Create a Search Vertical by selecting ‘+ Add’ and select Go1 content as the content source.

8. Add a title you wish to display as the vertical heading in Search (on the same tab as Files, News etc):

9. Enable your vertical so that it appears in Search. You will need to clear your cache by appending &clearCache=true to your URL to see it show up immediately:

Top Tips

  • Unless you wish to permanently exclude some kinds of Go1 Content using a Query, there is nothing else you need to customize in your search vertical.
  • Is it not currently possible to add custom filters for Go1 content.
  • Microsoft provides a good description of Search Results and Search Verticals here, and it is possible to achieve more with Search for experienced Search Admins. However, this is entirely optional.
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