SharePoint Security Update kb4486677 will fix this issue.
An error occurs when you try to access the "Result Sources," "Query Rules," "Search Result Sources," or "Search Query Rules" page from the Search Settings section of Site Settings.
Not sure what group you are using, but I’ve just run a test on an Office 365 group and confirmed:
If you have enabled Item-level Permissions (via List settings > Advanced settings) and without setting extra unique permission, Read permission is enough for a user/group to get search results from this list.
Users within an Office 365 group will get ...
It is possible if the link is in a document or on a page, as the link will be treated as text strings while searching.
But it is not possible for site navigations since they are not included in search crawls.
As per this GitHub Issue:
The managed properties ViewLifeTime, ViewLifeTimeUniqueUsers and ViewsRecent, are not the same properties used within the Social bar, that is using a different source. The reason of this behavior is that, classic usage and modern (on the social bar) are from two different sources and we cannot make any comparison between each other....
You can manage the search query rules at different levels in a SharePoint Server farm.
Site collection search query rules can be managed at Site collection by site collection administrator.
To manage query rules for a site collection:
Verify that the user account that performs this procedure is a site collection administrator.
On the Settings menu for the ...