We have made significant progress with the new social media modules. We did testing in the beginning of last week and started new code this week. Here are the updates for last week and this week.
1. We made the users' keyword search groupings (KSG) be ordered alphabetically.
2. For each KSG, we made the rating functionality work. We also made the user voting contribute to the cumulative score.
3. We also finished the functionality where all users can vote the Search Results inside the KSG by clicking on Up or Down arrows next to each search result.
4. We finished the functionality which makes 10 search results display inside KSG by default. We added a "Show more" button which makes the rest of the search results above 10 open up.
We will be testing these modules next.
We have completed the latest rewrite on the social media modules within each search result and are testing it this week. These modules are very unique - not found in any search engine. We have been refining the modules in accordance to the latest social media trends, so we are using a group of millennials who are testing the functionality.
We are still in the midst of load testing the new functionalities - we have rewritten and continue to rewrite several modules. We are in development mode at the moment.
Last week and this week, we have been load testing the new functionality that allows the user to rate how relevant the search results are for a given Keyword Search Group. There were several issues we needed to address and will continue to address. In addition, we are designing database structure updates that will allow us to build functionality where users can re-arrange search results within a given Keyword Search Group.
We are load testing the new functionalities, both last week and this week.
We also started to work on the functionality that allows user to rate how relevant are the search results within a Keyword Search Group.
We created the database structure for that, and laid the foundation the base for further development.
Last week, we made the keyword search groups live on Zabang.
In a few words, users can create their keyword search groups and then can add search results to specific keyword search groups.
After that, other users can search for keywords in specific keyword search groups as well.
We are going to be doing load testing on these new functionalities these next two weeks.
We have been in load testing our social search group functionality and have been in the process of fixing all the bugs that came up. We are now working on the transition to make the new groups live on Zabang.com this upcoming week.
The Keyword Seach Groups on Zabang are basically completed. We've added all the functionality that we had in mind for the future functionality testing this week. With the new levels of simultaneous users, we continued to fix bugs on the groups last week after making a list of items that needed attention. We will review everything again this week and fix any other bugs that come up.
We are in the second week of load testing the new server and installing the new code.
We have hit some milestones and are moving forward with the new migration of the rest of the social network code this week.
We are continuing the load testing for the new server and code for this week and last week, focusing search part of Keyword Search groups. We are in the midst of separating out the specific search results for each keyword search group and ensuring that the database is keeping fidelity to the comments being given in each grouping.