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Alyssa Caulley

Alyssa enjoys stepping into the unknown, bringing clarity to confusion, and creating the technical frameworks that others build upon. At Cal Poly, she was recognized for her technical and leadership skills by the Society of Women Engineers and the Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship Program. As a senior software engineer at Google, Alyssa helped build Google for Nonprofits, which gives away over $1 billion of products and services every year. Alyssa enjoys giving back and volunteered as a high school computer science instructor. She also enjoys theater, outdoors activities, and spending time with her husband, new baby, and two dogs.
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Recent Posts

Announcing Custom Search Tabs for Threadloom

Posted by Alyssa Caulley on June 15, 2017 at 11:54 AM

Many forums host a WordPress blog or other resources on their site.  Unfortunately, until now, there hasn’t been an integrated solution to search over blog and other content alongside your forum posts.  Today, we’re launching Custom Search Tabs, which allows you to integrate content from your WordPress blog or other resources in your Threadloom search results.

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Topics: XenForo, vBulletin, Improvements, Launch

Thread prefix support for XenForo

Posted by Alyssa Caulley on April 3, 2017 at 2:00 PM

Thread prefixes are a great way to help users quickly identify what category a post belongs to.  We're happy to announce today that we now support XenForo thread prefixes in Threadloom search.  Not only will thread prefixes now show up in search results, but you can also filter search results by prefix, simply by typing [prefix:myprefix]; and for the more adventurous amongst us, you can combine that with any of our other advanced search operators.  Here's an example on Home Theater Forum:

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Topics: XenForo, Improvements