I’m neck deep in our own implementation of an Algolia implementation and I’m wanting to implement the ability to ignore results. I know that in the app implementation the algolia-ignore tag is available as well as the [hidden] keyword(?).
I figure I can implement a metafield that allows for hiding collections and pages since they don’t allow for tags, and [hidden] is kind of awkward.
However, we have some collections that have naming conventions where it would be nice for them to be hidden purely off another “keyword”. For example, a collection ending in " Related". However, according to other Q&As, filters don’t have “contains” functionality.
If this is the case, how does [hidden] work? Is it hardcoded or is there a way to replicate it? At least on the surface it feels like a contains ability. Maybe it isn’t using filters?