Can Athena suggest corrections for words that are phonetically similar to the user’s input? If yes, how is this helpful?
Hello @archanask , Yes Athena has the capability to suggest corrections for words that are phonetically similar to the user’s input. This is made possible through the “Did You Mean” feature. When a user misspells a word or inputs a word that is phonetically similar to the intended word, Athena can recognize the similarity and provide suggestions to clarify the user’s query.
For example, if a user types “prodect” instead of “product” in their query, Athena can identify the phonetic similarity between the two words and suggest the correction by asking, "Did you mean ‘product’?" The user can then choose the suggested correction or query to refine their search and obtain accurate results. This functionality is helpful because it assists users in obtaining accurate and relevant results even when they make spelling mistakes or use words that sound similar to the intended ones.
This feature enhances the user experience by offering assistance in overcoming spelling errors or using phonetically similar terms. It helps users find the information they are looking for even if they make mistakes or are unsure about the exact terminology to use… You can refer the screenshot attached