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Is there a way to collect all the search strings used by users of a site?

This would preferably be ordered by number of times searched.

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You should be able to accomplish this with SharePoint Web Analytics. This should be in your Site Settings. Site Collection Root -> Site Actions Menu -> Site Settings -> Site Collection Web Analytics Reports. The report should be called Top Queries

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Are the Top Queries available in SharePoint Foundation aswell? – TempaC Nov 14 '12 at 9:42
Web Analytics are only available in Standard and Enterprise. See here:… – Mike Nov 19 '12 at 16:41

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