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   4. How easy is it to find the information you are looking for on the UESP?

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  • 'Search bar', hello?
  • 2 letter searches dont work and are sometimes needed
  • 99% of the time.
  • a 'did you mean' function like google would be helpful.
  • A "did you mean" function would be helpful for when users cannot spell what they are looking for or when they do not know what they are looking for.
  • A better search engine which recognizes misspelled words would be great
  • A bit tricky to use the search function.
  • A few pages can be a bit off, and sometimes the search engine will not link or show entries containing the entirety of the searched phrase, but overall quite nice.
  • A few redirect pages could be useful. For example, searching "The Break of Dawn" should send the user to "Skyrim:The Break of Dawn"
  • A little hard because you have to have the title exactly right to find it. If you miss an apostrophe or get one letter wrong, it usually doesn't show up in the search. And if you don't know the name it can be impossible to find again. (For example I once found a page listing random in-game events - people you might encounter on the road, etc - from Skyrim, haven't found it again despite searching).
  • A more intuitive search by game would be convenient.
  • A potion of a qoute should be good enough
  • A quick keyword or NPC name and I have everything I need, typically.
  • A simple search leads the way; if not, community talk pages are there to enlighten.
  • A way to compensate for spelling errors in search queries with suggestions would be greatly appreciated
  • Add a correction link, similar to google in case of miss-spelling.
  • Add close matches in the search (useful when searching for a location name from memory, particulary complex names like dwemer ruins, etc.)
  • Admittedly, information on games that came out before Morrowind is a little sparse, and not nearly as well organized as the rest of the site. Otherwise, it's really easy to find whatever I'm looking for.
  • After using this site for a few years it only takes a few moments to find any and all information i'm looking for
  • After you learn how the site is put together navigating is very simple.
  • Again search can be hard to work with.
  • Again the search can be difficult but you can find what you are looking for from other links.
  • Again with the clunky search function. Its easier to click the links (which are somewhat confusing, I would have thought "player homes" to be filed under "places" rather than "activities".) than use the search function, leading to lots of ctrl+f across multiple tabs.
  • Again, can be challenging to find something that fits my needs.
  • Again, easy to use
  • Again, filter options would be nice but it's not very hard currently
  • Again, individual pages for armor/weapon types
  • again, main reason its my go to is because you always have what im looking for and fast
  • Again, other than when starting out new.
  • Again, same as before with the disambiguation. Sometimes a little difficult if the info/location/npc/etc covers multiple games.
  • Again, sometimes too many links are provided and some of them have no relevance to the search I performed.
  • Again, the search feature could be improved.
  • Again, the search feature requires one to be very specific, and that sometimes makes it hard to find items that I can't spell.
  • Again, the search feature.
  • Again, the wiki should be modernized and streamlined. I like supporting UESP but I tend to like the layout of the Elder Scrolls Wikia a lot better.
  • Again, using search.
  • Again, very well organised. I've only had a few issues, and this is because I'm not good with typing or spelling.
  • again, with the categorizing it's easy to find :)
  • All articles are linked very nicely together.
  • All i need to do is search it and it pops up, or go to the game and find it manually. Sometimes the search function isn't very efficient however that is not often.
  • All info is where it should be and the search bar is very helpful
  • All the information is easy to find .
  • All the relevant search results come and i usually find what I'm looking for as the first result
  • All you have to do is search it if you can't find what you're looking for on the main Page
  • All you have to do is search.
  • All you have to do is type what you need in 'search' and it always has what you need.
  • Almost anything I type into my search engine pretaining to The Elder Scrolls UESP Always comes up with what im trying to find.
  • Almost everything is written here except for small details.
  • Almost too easy.
  • alot of specific things are thrown into categories rather than having their own page
  • Also redirects are helpful also.
  • Although easy to find information on some things, I find it hard to find some things sometimes.
  • Although not everything is on here, but that's what the Imperial Library is for.
  • Although there are typically several pages on the subject I search for, I find the site fairly user friendly when it comes to find the information needed.
  • Although, information on Oblivion tends to be far more complete than info on Skyrim. There is a challenge there ;-)
  • an alchemy on the site might be helpful trying to maximize alchemy production is hard whhen u have to seach threw a giant spreadsheet
  • Another time, the things about other games make this complicated, because other games stuff have the same name!
  • Anything n the search engine has to be spelled perfect with caps. that can be annoying at times.
  • Apart from my answer to question 3, it's very easy.
  • as a last resort, the search option usually works
  • as i have said lol:P
  • As I just said, I can find absolutely anything and everything I want, very easily.
  • As i said before its always easy to find everything i need.
  • As I said before its user friendly because everything is divided in categories
  • As I said before, doesn't always take me to relevant topics.
  • As I said before, the greatest, most easy to use Wiki-format site I have ever used.
  • as i said, i find it very easy to navigate
  • As I've pointed out in previous answers, I have never had an issue finding any information whatsoever. It's a very easy site to navigate through.
  • As long as I know what I am looking for, I can find it very quickly.
  • As mentioned in the previous question, sometimes it can be really easy, sometimes you get 20 pages of results of daggerfell, morrowind, oblivion, skyrim etc, when all you wanted was skyrim.
  • As mentioned, navigation is generally easy through the links and so on. The search function however could benefit from a little more tolerance in regard to misspelled names or topics.
  • As mentioned, some things can be strangely difficult to find (e.g. Skyrim skill pages), but most things are fairly straightforward
  • As my last comment explains I think its very easy.
  • As per my previous comment, everything is extremely well organized. The heads of the various organization projects are to be commended for their efforts and attention to detail.
  • As said before, easy, unless I fall into a navigational trap, which is rare
  • As said, the search option works perfectly but the 'normal' navigation could be improved a bit
  • As somebody playing on the German version, I sometimes need to try a few times to find the proper English word for an item, but apart from that, the search function seems great.
  • As stated before, the ease of use for UESP makes finding content simple and quick. Again, the overly-rigid search function is sometimes a hamper toward locating a specific article, but even a novice at navigating wiki-style websites would have fairly little trouble finding things here. A small amount of trial and error is usually necessary before being able to adroitly locate content, though.
  • As stated earlier, unfortunatly UESP lacks detailed articles. I have found elderscrolls.wikia much more informative, even if I prefer UESP
  • As stated, the search engine is kinda stupid since it needs to find exact matches for my search conditions, instead of listing anything that might be related.
  • Aside from information on future things such as DLC and the like, this site has essentialy everythin i need.
  • Assuming I actually know how to spell, I can find anything very quickly. ;D
  • Because of the categorization it makes it easier, so if I want information on Skyrim the game I type Skyrim:Skyrim, if I want the lore I go Lore:Skyrim.
  • Because of the well structured page design, you find what you want to know very fast.
  • Being a wiki site everything is a breeze. All info is laid out neatly and pictures really help if im stuck finding something.
  • Being able to search and having multiple selections is awesome.
  • Being able to type the game, then a colon, then what I'm looking for is a MASSIVE help!
  • Best information of all!
  • Better search system could be nice
  • Better than google
  • but i am not afraid of using the "search" option (aka ctrl+f aware kind of person)
  • But lacking Images.
  • Can be difficult at times but most usualy easy.
  • Can be difficult if you don't know the spelling of certain words
  • Can be difficult to link around sometimes.
  • can be tricky to get information for the right game.
  • Can usually find the information I'm looking for almost straight away.
  • can we get a spelling corrector on the search box?
  • Categories are well designed, otherwise search function works good
  • Certain pages (especially hints etc) are not that easy to find through the search window
  • Characters Build, recommended mods are sometimes dispersed on several pages.
  • Cirtain specific information is harder to find, such as items and quest Id's.
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  • Confusing at times and initially difficult to get used to, but very nicely organized considering the series' complexity
  • Contents bar is perfect, and there's just the right amount of links.
  • Could improve search feature to filter more effectively.
  • Could use search help,
  • could use unique item descriptors rather than just a table
  • ctrl + f isnt hard~
  • Depends on what I am looking for. Sometimes it is easy, sometimes it is not.
  • Depends on what I search for, some things are difficult to find.
  • Depends on which game. I had some difficulty looking up Morrowind quests, but this was largely due to the lack of in-game quest names.
  • Despite sometimes forgetting to add the "Morrowind:", "Oblivion:", or "Skyrim:"... xD;;
  • Different sections with Lore/Skyrim/Oblivion etc. make searching much more relaxing.
  • Difficult search engine; going to the specific game, then through catagories is better
  • Difficult to restrict search results to just one game; all I care about are the results for the game I'm playing right now.
  • Don't change anything.
  • Don't like now if you click on Skyrim, and search for e.g. a book all results come up rather than Skyrim-specific results
  • Downgraded because of search engine
  • Due to good design, I can always find what I'm looking for.
  • Easier for newer stuff like Skyrim
  • Easier to search through Google, directly linking to the page you want to find.
  • easty!
  • Easy as pie
  • Easy enough though some articles require more thorough reading.
  • easy enough to get the info i want and apply it ingame within a few minutes
  • Easy for the most part; however, sections on mods and other small articles could be more extensive.
  • Easy navigation, everything could be found through the search bar as well
  • easy to search
  • Easy- except sometimes the search demands that a complicated fantasy name be spelled correctly
  • Easy, although sometimes I do have problems with finding content that has appeared in other games and so on.
  • Easy, but for a particular item that is on the list and nowhere else, information is scarce, eg. unique weapons
  • Easy, very effective when I was about solving a bug on The Elder Scrolls games.
  • Easy. The multiple page title matches and the option to search for or go straight to a page is convenient. The advanced search helps finding info easier.
  • Especially paired with Google
  • Even if I do not immediately know where to look. Its pretty easy to find and any major changes would detract from the browse-ability of the site.
  • Even if I don't know exactly what I'm looking for, a few quick searches will land me on my target.
  • even if im not sure what i am exactly looking for, i can type in a keyword and find my way from their.
  • Even when I first started to use UESP(with morrowind) and I didn't knew well TES-vocabulary, finding information was very easy
  • Even when I'm having a hard time finding something, the search function is always there to help me.
  • Everthing is clear and easy to find.
  • Every now and then there are some odd redirects.
  • Every possible outcome is explained. Every bug ever has been reported with a simple way to overcome it, typically.
  • every thing is super straight forward
  • Everything has its own categories and is linked together well
  • Everything I've ever wanted to know about the Elder Scrolls, all right here.
  • Everything is beautifully organized
  • Everything is catagorised to perfection
  • Everything is clearly marked and divided into sections and the search function works very well.
  • everything is easly organized on the side bars and the search bar helps too
  • Everything is easy to find except for specific generic items
  • Everything is easy to find.
  • Everything is found in a few clicks. Links are helpful in showing similar ideas and related items.
  • Everything is in the first place i look. If its more obscure i will use the search box
  • Everything is sorted and it's always easy to navigate by references in case you're not sure what you're looking for exactly.
  • Everything is very organized and quests/tasks are linked for easy navigation.
  • Everything is very well SEO'd for google, first or second result always.
  • Everything is well organized and categorized in simple ways/
  • Everything that I have learned about The Elder Scrolls that wasn't in one of the games I played, came from here. Now my friends call me an expert on the series!
  • Everytihng in the page is very well organized
  • everytime i need info i just search it up and its there in full detail
  • Except for some really specific things, everything is easy to find.
  • extensive use of namespaces makes finding game specific and lore related articles more easy
  • Extremely easy to navigate.
  • Finding information on the site is quite easy, and I get detracted by links to event pages I didn't know about.
  • Fix the search engine please.
  • Fix the search function?
  • Follow the links correctly and you get what you need
  • For recent games, new info is constantly updated. Older games, not so much. Talk pages also contain fixes for certain events (Maramal Tavern bug) that aren't listed under Bugs.
  • For the most part it's easy, however there is no assistance if you make a typo, which are easy to make with some of the difficult spellings of various ruins.
  • for the most part very easy, however there is the rare exception when thats not the case
  • gaain, the search system is great!
  • Game articles should ALL have links to corresponding lore articles.
  • Game based searching would help.
  • General understanding is needed before easy usage
  • Generally easy. A more direct categories sidebar would be nice. It can be annoying having to click on Skyrim, than quest to find a quest line.
  • Generally just a click or two gets me just what I am looking for.
  • Good amount of detail, I always find out what i need in detail and i love to read about things i did not know about, which is always there.
  • good search results
  • Good search system.
  • good structure
  • Google and the search box provide good results
  • google helps+ the integrated search button is pretty good
  • Google is great
  • Googling a question always takes me to your website which always has the answer, but If I go straight to your website I can NEVER find it with your search tools.
  • great organization equals quick results
  • Great search bar function.
  • Guided search would be nice, starting to enter Bruma and the pages related to Bruma list down kind of idea.
  • Harder to get to the timeline of TES
  • Have a more clear search (like Google when it asks "did you mean X") many pages are difficult to spell/remember, so matching terms that are only one or two letters off from perfect would be helpful
  • Have not had a problem ever.
  • Have some issues finding things for skyrim, but it is a complex game and hard to figure out where certain info would be found
  • Have to read through an article to find one piece of info, but never takes long.
  • Have to use exact spelling.
  • Haven't had troubles not finding what im searching for
  • Having a better database for words not spelled correctly during a 'search' to find them easier.
  • Help and policy pages are not well-organized; search function not good
  • Helped me get through skyrim and enjoy the game so much!!!
  • Helps to know how to spell what you're looking for.
  • However, I think there is room for finding things easier. for example, a button that will return you from a talk page to its source article.
  • I almost always find what I'm looking for. Again, the misfortune of spelling complicated things incorrectly like names and locations makes it slightly more difficult to find things and I hope that something like "did you mean _____" would be added.
  • I always find everything.
  • I always find what I am looking for and usually something I didn't know I could use.
  • I always find what I'm looking for, be it lore related information or game specific, quests, persons, items etc.
  • I always seem to find what I am looking for and then some.
  • I always use google to get to the specific thing I want to know about, instead of using your search function. I'm too stupid or lazy to use it correctly.
  • I believe I've never not found what I was looking for.
  • I can almost find any page im looking for in a quick few clicks.
  • I can always find it, although sometimes it involves a bit excessive clicking. I don't use the search bar much.
  • I can always find what I need within a few links.
  • I can easily find the information that I need even if I can't spell it or don't exactly know what I'm looking for.
  • I can find everything rather fast.
  • i can navagate thoroughly without a problem
  • I can only think of a handful of times when a keyword or two haven't given me the options I wanted in a search. The only thing I reach out to another site for is actual in-game facts like bugs and such.
  • I can search for it via the website, or easily navigate through the sections and deduce my way to it.
  • I can usually find everything I need in one search, but some of the pages are repetitive and may need better labeling. There needs to be more differentiation between the Imperial Legion lore page, and the Skyrim Imperial Legion faction page, for instance and a link in between the two for convenience.
  • I can usually find information on lore quickly, but some game related things are a bit slower to find.
  • I can't complain about your organization. Everything is intuitive and naturally placed. It ain't broke!
  • I can't remember a time when I was left without an answer.
  • I do have the odd problem if I incorrectly spell a word. Some of the Nord names and references can be a bit tricky. I imagine it would be difficulet to incorporate but can suggestions be put forward after a search if a result is not found?
  • I don't know about other people, but personally, I have only found one bit of information (an extremely minor thing) that I couldn't get very easily, so far.
  • I don't know if the search bar/engine changed or not, but it seems different and takes a few more steps to get where I want to go.
  • I don't like that if you are one letter off (say, Sheograth instead of Sheogorath) that it displays zero results in the search. Should have some fuzzy logic.
  • I even have found out about quests that I didn't know existed, just by reading through the sight!
  • I feel that everything is layed out in a way in which it is incredably easy to find anything I need
  • i find all the information that i am looking for
  • I find everything I need
  • I find it extremely easy
  • I find it really easy, either browse the category I am interested in or directly search the keyworkds I am interested.
  • I find that most information is very easy to find, not lots of digging really required. Even if there is digging required, it often leads to new interesting topics anyhow.
  • I find the drop down menu on the left especially useful.
  • I find too many pages have too little information
  • I found this site to be useful when I first started playing Elder Scrolls and I find it useful now.
  • I hate how if i type something in wrong, it's just like "nothing exists about this" Ex. Itype in "skyrim robes" and nothing came up. but when i typed it in on google, it was the first suggestion.
  • i hate it when i misspell one word it dont even give similar suggestions
  • I have an easier time looking for stuff here than at normal wikis
  • I have found almost all the information I need for Oblivion and Skyrim on this website and it was clear and easy to use.
  • I have had no problems finding anything so far.
  • I have never had a problem with finding any information on this site.
  • I have never had any trouble finding what i need, wether it be on Morrowind or Oblivion.
  • I have some problems regarding items, I feel as they should have there own pages, not charts
  • I have trouble with the searching on this site.
  • I just type in a keyword on the search bar and that usually does it for me.
  • I just type in what I want and it's always there.
  • I know you are probably working on it, but I would like maps for Skyrim's dungeons.
  • I like how everything is cross-indexed and properly referenced.
  • i like that i can look up names and places and it brings me straight to the page
  • I like the search system and have found it easy to navigate the site
  • I like to do everything the developers created in TES, and have always found information about it all on wiki.
  • I liked it better when searching for something would bring up that page automatically, if it was an exact title match, instead of a search results page requiring an extra click.
  • I love how quickly I can find what I'm looking for.
  • I love the availability of Lore!
  • I love this site because it is so detailed and is very easy to find the information i need.
  • I maybe biased in this, as I use the site for many years now and it has become very familiar...
  • I might be biased because I've been hanging out here that I know where to find everything.
  • I mostly find anything I need in my first search on google for the website.
  • I mostly use the search box to find something, although certain pages are not always loaded. For example, if I type a character's name, the website will take me to a list of where the name is present, instead of the expected character profile page, but this is not a huge issue.
  • I need simply to ask
  • i never had trouble finding something on this site
  • I never have any problems finding what I'm looking for.
  • i never really have to go to great lengths to find something
  • I often get lost by clicking on the subject I'm looking for but then see something else that gets my interest
  • I often use this site rather than my Skyrim strategy guide.
  • i only have problems when looking for the nitty gritty of the lore.
  • I only play Skyrim, so entries from the earlier games are not that useful to me. When I do a search on something like dremora or daedra, I find it difficult to specify that I only want information about the dremora or daedra in Skyrim.
  • I personally like the way you make the lists.
  • I rarely ever have an issue.
  • I really like how the magical site keeps track of the game I've previously have been looking at and defaults to pages of the same game.
  • I say easy because there is the occasional missing article
  • I tend to always find what I am looking for, though I do find the search engine to be a little finicky sometimes, especially with spelling errors.
  • I think finding things in this is very easy! I love the layout and everything!
  • I think is fantastic that everything is very categorized. The only bad point is that I have sometimes problems finding very concrete things. For example, linen wrap. I didn't find its article until I looked for it in the searcher. I personally think it should not be in the cathegory tools, because it has not any use. However I understand I may be completely wrong, but what I mean is that what I said: sometimes I have problems finding very concrete things, items. Maybe it's that everything is too cathegorized. On the other hand, I avoid looking for thing in the searcher because when you look for something it appears information about every TES, and as all of them have a lot of things in common, it's difficult sometimes to find what you are looking for. Maybe it could be implemented a way through which it could be searched like, for example: SKYRIM: glass armor. So the Skyrim article had preference above Oblivion and Morrowind.
  • I think the only thing that could make it easier is to start creating redirects from misspellings.
  • I think there should be more hyperlinks within the pages, i.e., a "see also" section. For example, dark brotherhood's lore page should be able to redirect to such faction in the different games.
  • I type in the quest or the character related to what ever I am looking for and I almost always find it.
  • I use google to find things on UESP (very precise), the search function within UESP isn't that good
  • I use Google to search the UESP.
  • I use the Korean Patch ver., and it's quite obvious that the names aren't labelled.
  • I used to be able to just type in "restoration" and be taken to the skyrim restoration page. Don't know what happened but if I do that now its all the way at the bottom of the results. Skyrim is most of what people are here for these days so you should probably address tht.
  • I usually don;t use the search bar as it's easier to just select a game or just lore and go from there.
  • I usually find what I'm after.
  • I usually get sidetracked looking for information and find other tidbits of lore that I find interesting
  • I usually just type whatever I'm looking for on google and add UESP to the search so this site will be first on the results. The in-site search engine isn't very good.
  • I wish a lot of pages got their own individual page, rather than just being a small section on 1 page.
  • I wish the search field would take one directly to the article even if one didn't type the "game:" part.
  • i wish there was the predictive option when searching like on the wiki, as sometimes im unsure of the spelling of what im searching for.
  • I would like to be able to search specific game information without having to type "Skyrim:what I'm looking for"
  • I would like to see more organized the search results.
  • I would say "very easy" but I regularly google topics and choose the UESP pages. When I use the search on UESP, I don't always get the page I'm looking for. Perhaps not enough tags? Idk.
  • I'll repeat here what I said before: I think an autocomplete search box could be a great help, similar to what Wikipedia has.
  • I'm always able to find any information.
  • I'm not pleased by the priority of the words in search by the importance they have in text
  • I'm playing on a french version and sometimes I don't find the good item or place name.
  • I'm playing the games with localization, and they translated the names :( having redirects from translated names to the english ones would be great, but I know, that this would be a lot of effort
  • I'mt not sure it could be more easier without speaking directly to an actual person filled with TES knowlege.
  • I've always found what i came to look for without any struggle.
  • I've been coming here for years, so I'm used to the organizational structure. Others who aren't familiar with it may find it tough, but I'm not one of those.
  • I've found that UESP provides credible information, and plenty of helpful, referral links.
  • I've had little trouble except when looking specifically for perks in Skyrim or looking for specific single pieces of armor (ie Thieve's gauntlets)
  • I've had zero issues when it's come to finding things I need to help improve my Elder Scrolls experience.
  • I've never been disappointed when needing information.
  • I've never had trouble while searching for something, but it would be nice to be able to specify where to search (skyrim, oblivion, morrowind).
  • I've struggled to get to the unique items page sometimes.
  • I've used the UESP for 6 years, it always has what I'm looking for.
  • If a topic only has one page, when I search for it it would be nice if I could be taken directly to the page.
  • If I can't find it on a hyperlink I can search it and it comes right up.
  • If i have been stuck on a quest all i have to do is type the quest in and the information is right in fornt of me!
  • If I know what I'm looking for, then I can find it.
  • If I search for something and mispell it, there is no leniency, like a "did you mean" code that can autocorrect like google and other search engines do. THis is especially important in a fantasy game where there are so things that are hard to spell and new words
  • if I search somthing with the subfix 's', I get a quiet different result from what I get without it
  • If I want to find something about the Elder Scrolls, I can find it extremely quickly and easily on this site.
  • If it's for Morrowind, Daggerfall, ect no issue at all. If it's for Oblivion or skyrim however, it can be sometimes be very difficult to find the information,. This is not due to formatting so much as because certain users continually reformat, delete, or otherwise move or erase usable information. They really need to realize if it's not broken, you don't need to fix it.
  • If you are stuck on a quest you can type in that quest and it will give you an insight on what to do.
  • If you cannot find it directly on the website a quick Google search can always help.
  • If you do a search but spell something even a little wrong you get 0 results and no suggested results or spelling
  • If you don't put the EXACT name of the item your looking for in the search bar the site seems to have a hard time knowing what your talking about.
  • if you know hoe to search
  • if you know the name of the thing you're searching its a cakewalk. if you dont then usually searching for tags allows you to find the article you're searching for
  • If you know what you're looking for it makes the search more intuitive, but someone new to the site or series may find things a bit cluttered. Maybe a cleaner UI or layout for the site and its content could fix this for some.
  • If you know what you're looking for its easier than if you arent familiar.
  • If you type, for example, "mehrunes", as in mehrunes razor, it sometimes does not show results.
  • If you're looking for Oblivion-themed topics and there are similar one's in other TES games, you may get spoiled a bit. Now I already know that I will meet Shadowmere again, in Skyrim. Could have been a surprise...
  • Images on items would be nice instead of a list!!
  • Improvements on the search engine would be appreciated.
  • In article hyperlinks are executed superbly. Occasional issues with delineation between certain categories. (like navigating between "Lore" and game specific categories for the same subject.)
  • in elder scrolls games you tend to forget the correct spelling of everything so if the search engine corrected the spell would be helpful.
  • In most cases I find everything I need
  • Information at your fingertips -extremely good search & linkage
  • Information is easy to find, although concerning lore entries I wouldn't mind seeing it somehow organized into a bit more of an "encyclopedia" format.
  • Information is incredibly easy to find and I have been able to find all the information that I had been looking for.
  • Information is not always accurate.
  • Information is relevent.
  • Information is very easy to access.
  • Is there anything easier then very easy? Because it's quite easy to find the indo.
  • isn't hard, your seach engine its preety good in my opinion
  • It can be just a teensy bit tricky the very first time if you are not used to wiki-style sites. From then on, it's very easy
  • It can sometimes be a tad difficult to find specific information, because a lot of subjects are present in a lot of Elder Scrolls titles. It would be handy to be able to specify in which Elder Scrolls game you want to search.
  • it has better morrowind Articles then The Elder Scrolls wiki and most Skyrim ones
  • It is amazing. I type in what I'm looking for and BOOM, there it is.
  • it is easy for the newer games but the older games pages are hard to find what you want
  • It is easy to get to the page I want with the search function and the sections list on the left hand side of the site
  • It is fairly easy, but now the search bar won't go straight to pages. Needs to be fixed ASAP!
  • It is rather easy to find information, although some areas could be improved.
  • It is slightly complicated to determine the searching options for different games or lore articles.
  • It is uncommon that I cannot find the information I want, though it's not always where I expect to find it.
  • It is very easy to find a page containing the information, but it still takes a bit of reading or skimmimg to find certain details you could be looking for. This is in no way a fualt on part of the editors, the Elder Scrolls lore just has so much in it!
  • It is very well organized
  • it might be just me, but if I search for something, ill sometimes not be able to see it. enhanced search features would be nice
  • It might be worth investigating closer links between relevant lore pages and pages within game sections
  • It often seems to search only page titles for exact matches. Luckily I can spell!
  • It seems to very reliant on the user being able to type names and words correctly, which can be tedious if you are unsure of the spelling of a word, especially original TES words.
  • It sometimes can be a little tricky to find the exact keyword to search for what you want to know.
  • It takes a couple of minutes to adjust how UESP works. Some things require more time, while other require less.
  • It takes some common sense and a handful of clicks, but the info found is always worth it.
  • it used to be easier. for example, if i search "trainers" now, i do not get the skyrim set. i have to do a google search to get to the link.
  • It usually takes me less than 1 minute to access the topics i am searching for.
  • It would be even easier if the search engine could determine what you're trying to spell if you make typos.
  • It would be good to have spellingng correction, related articles at the bottom,
  • It would be great if the search box gets a suggest feature.
  • It would be much easier if it had suggestions for misspelled words. For example if I wanted to find Cicero, but spelled it Cicere nothing at all would come up.
  • it would be nice if you could add a suggestion bar to your searchbar
  • It would be nice to filter searches by game without needing to put "Skyrim Destruction" for example.
  • It'd be nice if there were some redirects or disambig pages for common terms, so I don't have to type the game prefix every time.
  • It's a great set-up!
  • It's a little annoying that you always have to type the game in front of your search, like Morrowind:Balmora. It would be better to be redirected to the page.
  • It's a little funky to search within different game categories.
  • It's all out in the open, really.
  • It's annoying when you're searching for something and you get "locked" into one game's set of articles. Can this feature somehow be toggled?
  • It's difficult to get quests locations based on the maps
  • It's easier than cs wiki, but still somewhat confusing, e.g. there is a page named Oblivion:Armor but I cannot seem to find that page with the keywork 'armor' or 'armors'
  • It's easy as long as I'm sure of the spelling, which is an issue sometimes in the Elder Scrolls lore, so i might like to see a bit more in the way of Redirection and Did You Mean.
  • It's easy once you get used to it.
  • It's easy to search, but unfortunately sometimes it does not show what I want, so I have to find it manually.
  • It's easy with google. Your own search is not so clever. Even with specific and accurate names it struggles.
  • It's easy, but as i mentioned before - in very rare cases, it can make a bit of trouble.
  • It's not as easy for the older games and for a few specific pages here and there but the majority of the time it's easy
  • It's now a wiki (well, it has been for years come to think of it), so it's streamlined to provide links upon links for easy browsing.
  • It's pretty easy but sometimes searches don't seem to pull things up correctly.
  • It's quite easy though a few of my questions remain unanswered but they are not all togetherly important
  • It's really easy to find things you want on this site.
  • It's sometimes difficult to rumage the site to find one obsucre detail. Else it's good.
  • It's tricky sometimes with the search function to find what I'm looking for - would be helpful if matches in newer TES games went to the top of the results.... EG Skyrim matches then Oblivion etc
  • It's truly very easy to find info on UESP
  • It's usually fairly easy to find info on UESP, only problem is how all the articles are categorized by games, so it takes a bit of time to sometime to go through all the search results.
  • It's usually pretty easy to find everything I need to, but occasionally I get confused.
  • It's very easy to find articles I'm searching for on the thread. I do find that the keywords can, on occasion, be a little imprecise however.
  • Items do not have individual pages sometimes, which I find to be nice if we're trying to save on a chance of redundancy, but I feel as if certain weapons or armors should have their own page.
  • its a simple search away not to mention that even if im not specific it still sends me all of the the pages related to it but its a hassle whenever i happen to misspell a word
  • Its difficult because when you navigate in the oblivion uesp, and search, it search trough every game, not the one you benn looking at.
  • its easy to find what you looking for
  • Its Easy. But sometimes if i have trouble spelling something I get no results. The search engine should give the closest results to the spelling.
  • its strait forward and the search engine is amazing
  • Its very east
  • its very easy to find information on the games main pages, but yeah, the search function sometimes...
  • its very simple i love other
  • Just a few mouse clicks usually .
  • Just have to make sure to type which game the info is in first, but you'll still get to it
  • Just like any other wiki.
  • Just type in what you need and there you go.
  • just type it in and click!
  • Just type it in the search bar ;)
  • Just type it in the search bar, and bam! Knowledge.
  • Just type it in the search bar. If it doesn't come up, you've made a typo(and even then it sometimes works)
  • just type it in the searchbar and viola!
  • Just type, and click, it's very useful.
  • Keywords and related searches make finding target info easy.
  • Knowing followers perks would be nice, though!
  • Knowing what to search is easy find info, rarely I have to search only twice.
  • Lately, searching has been very impractical.
  • layed out very well
  • like i sadd before it is hard som times
  • Like I said-- not a very accurate search engine.
  • Like I said, it's easy most of the time but if it's super specific it can be kind of hard.
  • Like i said, its not hard to find.
  • Links are appropriate
  • Links are not always where they need to be.
  • Links everywhere!
  • links make it easy, the search bar makes it effortless
  • Locations are sometimes hard to understand just from a text. Maps would be helpful.
  • LOL just answered that.
  • Look at comment under previous question.
  • Lore is nicely sorted and alphabetized. A fair amount of game information; especially for Arena, Daggerfall, and the spinoffs; is rather unorganized.
  • Loss of the same-namespace search thing is slightly annoying.
  • Love finding things within one to two clicks.
  • Mainly because I know the series well enough to be able to cross reference whatever I'm looking for. (Except for information on Battlespire and Redguard.)
  • make skyrim stuff show before other games on search results
  • Make the sub-headings on the game pages (eg skyrim, oblivion) have the same content underneath them - morrowind has quests under "gameplay" while skyrim has them under "quest info"
  • Many things i can find right away, but there is the occasional hard thig to find.
  • Maybe (if possible) in quick search, order page text matches according to section (Lore, Morrowind, TES3Mod...)
  • maybe a better search bar ?
  • maybe when searching something the standard result should be of the newest game, e.g. skyrim. And if you want to see all the possible results, there should be a link to that on the skyrim page. Like on wikipedia, "search term"(ambigious).
  • maybe, if there are multiple pages on the same subject but for different games, when you type it in the box it should give you a disambiguation page rather than a search page. Ex. I type in "quests", up comes a disambiguation page with skyrim:quests, oblivion:quests, etc. instead of search results.
  • Might do better w/Google
  • Minor quests take some digging, but still easy to find
  • Misspelled words in the search engine often result in nothing
  • More cross-referencing would be awesome, but it's pretty easy to find related topics already.
  • more links
  • Most information can be found with a simple search, minor information is sometimes difficult to find in pages concerning collections, ie; items, quests, etc.
  • Most of the articles -- if not all -- are well written and contain quite handy links to related information, along with tips and notes when concerning quests.
  • Most of the information I can't find is very technicaly-related, details of how things are calculated, things only a modder would need to know
  • Most of the time google brings me to the direct article, but if I wish to start my search through UESP I just use the built in search engine or go to the specific game and find the information there.
  • Most of the time it is very ease; however, many times when putting in a search term it returns no results, especially when you just put keywords in.
  • Most of the time, I am able to find an item very quickly through the search. With the GAME:TOPIC format, the system is very organized
  • Most of the time, yes, although there are some key things which are hard to find... for example, I have a hard time finding 'NPCs not found in game', I have to go through various pages to find this category.
  • Most of the time. Sometime's I have to look when I don't know exactly what I'm looking for but that's no design flaw of yours.
  • Most of the times I have to search a lot
  • Most of the times, the search engine finds exactly what I'm looking for, but not always.
  • Most pages are very well laid out and link well to other pages.
  • Most searches I do result in exactly what I'm looking for.
  • Most things are quick and simple to find, but sometimes I'll have to search to find the page I'm looking for, like Marrage. I can never remember where that page is so I have to find it through the Achievements page every time. haha.
  • Most times the information is found just with a search, but sometimes many pages appear that aren't even related to what you've searched.
  • most topics are great, but sometimes this is not so
  • Most uesp content is found from general search engine queries. The existing uesp skyrim home page is useful, but does not allow you to find the particular information you want to find easily. Good queries allow general search engines to find the uesp pages quickly though.
  • Mostly everything is easy to find, but there are a few cases where the important information is placed on a page that is not so easy to discover. For instance, someone might skim the Skyrim section's Enchanting page for information on which effects can be applied to which types of items, and missing the relatively low profile link to the Enchnating Effects page they would assume that UESP doesn't have the information. More prominent links saying "such and such information can be found on X page" could be helpful, or in this particular instance you could simply combine the pages and have "Enchanting Effects" be a subsection of the Enchanting page..
  • Mostly good, but some things that aren't easily tied to a specific quest, person, or location can be difficult to track down. Specifically game mechanics information.
  • Mostly I can get what I want. Thanks everyone who wrote articles!
  • Mostly i get my answers very quickly, but could you make it a bit more accurate when using search bar? It sometimes gives out answers that arent even related or just pages that are translated or delevolopment page's.
  • mostly the name is enough
  • Much better than most wikis
  • Much, much easier than other Elder Scrolls info sites.
  • Must re-iterate that it is user friendly
  • My one common mistake was in the beginning coming from another wikia, not understanding that things here were grouped in subsections. Very simplistic designed wikias have armor set into light and heavy and a large run on list of both. This wikia is more efficient and once I got the hang of it a lot easier to use than others.
  • My only problem is that when I search something, it doesn't immediatley go to the page I was looking for. It just shows up as a list of results.
  • My usual method of finding information is by going to a game's main page, like Oblivion's, and then I look into sections, like quests or items, to find what I want.
  • Namespaces....
  • Navigating from article to article is easy, but the search function could use improvement.
  • Navigating the site might be a little difficult at first, but as soon as you understand you might have to write "Skyrim:/Oblivion/Whatever" first it's quite easy.
  • Navigating through some of the menu's at times can be a bit irritating if I'm looking for one thing in particular. But I also appreciate the fact that it keeps UESP more organized.
  • Navigation is a breeze
  • Need more images for each item, location, etc.
  • need to be very precise when searching, typing ALAN instead of ALAIN will not get you the result you want
  • Needing to enter exact words or phrases into the search bar is very annoying.
  • Needs game catagorey
  • Needs more redirects.
  • needs spell correct or suggested/similar searches
  • never had a hard time finding a piece of info
  • Never had a problem, if it's not on the page itself, then it's on the talk page
  • never had a problem, possibly one of the best wikis ever.
  • Never had a problem. With the Lore Section and the Search Bar for last case scenarios, I can always find everything I need to find.
  • Never had an issue looking up a bit of info that I want to read about.
  • Never had anny issues
  • Never had any problems
  • Never had any problems finding what I need, though maybe that's just me.
  • Never had any problems with my searchs.
  • Never had any problems.
  • Never had any real problems
  • Never had any trouble finding the things I needed, especially on the articles on the older games are huge.
  • no autocorrect for typos (did you mean...)
  • No complaints
  • no problems at all
  • no spell check for those odd balls
  • Normally I have to enter in what I'm looking for in the search bar and then sift through the various versions of that thing from all the various games and content. Otherwise I just go to the game's main page and navigate to it from there.
  • Not all the time on new things but that's to be expected.
  • Not always too easy to navigate. When I find it, however, it tends to be reliable.
  • not having to enter oblivion: every time i search for something would be great
  • not instant, but it doesn't take that long to find anything.
  • not knowing exactly what you're looking for can get you no results back(ie, not knowing the exact name of an item or making a spelling mistake)
  • Not perfect, but not everything I've been looking for has been made clear by the developers (especially, once again, on lore topics).
  • Not that it is hard, but the layout and amount of submenus is very good and the search bar is good, although I just go through the textual hotspots.
  • Not too different from other wikis; but I normally just use google to find what I'm looking for rather than using wiki navigation.
  • Oblivion, Morrowind + previous fantastic, Skyrim coming along well, but not there yet
  • obscure things are always hard to find
  • Obscure things can be hard to find, but for the most part it's easy
  • Obviously you make a great effort to put links between pages, and thats great.
  • occasional problems finding specific information related to Dawnguard and Hearthfire
  • Occasionally a particular article will seem relevant but not have the particular information I'm looking for, but then there will be another related article that does have the information. Overall, there is much more useful information available than on the official elder scrolls wiki, though.
  • Occasionally have trouble with listed pages not progressing between pages.
  • Occasionally my search results return mostly Lore links.
  • Occasionally seemingly related pages aren't linked together, but this is rare.
  • Occasionally the Lore articles seem harder to find than their game info counterparts, and articles are listed differently than you may think.
  • occasionally things aren't in logical places. but mostly good.
  • often I'd like to search just for Oblivion topics, but the search resets every time. a sticky "game" setting would be nice
  • often relevant page searches are at the bottom - I am most likely looking for an entry on a Skyrim item/quest, not some obscure book reference from Morrowind
  • okay, shoulda waited a page to say that.
  • On most things. Sometimes I have to do a little bit of digging to find information.
  • Once again, benefits of wikimedia (I actually might be wrong on that but it is at least very similar to it)
  • Once in a rare while I may need to make my search perameters more specific (such as "Armor Rating Cap" instead of just "Armor Cap") but overall very easy to find info.
  • Once in a while I have a question that is not answered, but I love this site!
  • Once youknow namespaces it's really efficient
  • One misstep is searches no longer preferencing results within the category searched. E.g. a search from the Skyrim homepage should return all Skyrim matches first.
  • One of UESP's best features are its links and easy to find information.
  • Only downside is when searching up topics the search engine for the site doesn't allow room for any typos or any room for error.
  • Only drawback is that if some words in search are misspelled it is imossible to complete a search
  • Only easy to find things one you understand the unconventional prefix usage ("Lore:", "Skyrim:", etc.). It's not always apparent that there are pages for subjects both from a lore standpoint and a game-specific standpoint.
  • only limiting factor search inconsistencies at *2
  • Organisation of information, via a vi Page titles, are not uniform across all of the games.
  • Organization is good. See prior comment on search (I.e. inline commands for limiting scope in search box)
  • Organized and easy to find information.
  • Pages easy to navigate and quick to find the page you're looking for
  • Partial word searches do not work very well
  • perfect
  • Piece of cake
  • place options
  • POI locations are somewhat hard to find with the map thing. there could be a map on POI pages that shows the location of the article's subject
  • Poor information verification and even worse search options.
  • Prefer a flatter design with better menu than needing to click from page to page to find content
  • Pressing Enter or Go doesn't put you directly to the page you're looking for anymore :(
  • Pretty hard to search for obscure things like quotes from books and the like, otherwise it's very easy.
  • Probably the best feature about the site.
  • Quick
  • refer question 1
  • relevance algo could use some attention
  • Remember that previous comment on searching?
  • Same as *2
  • Same as before, never had any difficulty to find information
  • Same Search point I made as in Question 3
  • seach needs to go directly to the page
  • search bar helps a lot
  • Search bar is rather moody. Often requiring precise spelling which makes looking for some harder to spell words (like in-game names of things in various languages) really frustrating.
  • Search bar solves every difficulty problem
  • Search bar works great, but it's always better to go through the categories and find new stuff.
  • Search box always gives the results i'm looking for.
  • Search box is accurate.
  • search bugs me sometimes but categorization is great.
  • Search could be improved by a best guess feature if your spelling is out, especially if you're looking for info about a long-named dungeon
  • Search criteria must be EXACT or no matches found
  • search doesn't always point to the good page
  • Search engine could be improved.
  • search engine could be more game specific
  • search engine could work more elegnatly: search terms have to be exactly spelled, otherwise the search engine wont find a hit.
  • search engine does'nt allow for any spelling errors
  • search engine doesn't find partial or misspelled words
  • Search engine doesnt always find what I want (just searching the first of two words wont suggest the thing I was looking for)
  • Search engine has a few kinks, but I can always find what I'm looking for.
  • Search engine is confusing, e.g: i search: Skyrim azuras star and the wanted page is the 7th ,
  • search engine is great but i use google sometimes to filter better
  • Search engine tends to give Oblivion or previous game's pages instead of Skyrim pages
  • Search function again. Sometimes it can be a pain. See my comments for #3
  • Search function can be a bit dumb.
  • Search function can be a little hit and miss.
  • Search function could be improved (with more weight towards articles whose titles match the query)
  • Search function could be improved, for instance, directly sending you to the page at a high match rate, and having more disambiguation pages
  • Search function could use some streamlining, but otherwise I've found it simple to look up what I need.
  • Search function is a bit on-off with regards to spelling - it won't take the approximate spellings etc, so if one is unsure how something is spelled, it make it a little more difficult to find.
  • Search function is a little iffy sometimes
  • Search function is lacking. Some info is moved around.
  • Search function is sometimes frustrating.
  • Search function requires 100% correct spelling
  • Search function seems weighted oddly--Skyrim pages appear much farther down the list even though it's most likely what people are looking for.
  • search function works fantastically.
  • Search function works well and there are the links to each game's main page on the left of the screen, so if you want to find general info on a game, it is easy to do so.
  • search function works wonders
  • search is a little restrictive in the wording required
  • Search is effective, links easy to follow
  • Search is not very helpful with hard to spell names.
  • Search is to precise
  • Search option has no spelling suggestion, like the names of Nordic runes
  • Search option is kind of broken
  • Search Option saves a lot of time, and is nicely setup.
  • Search result pages always seem to have what I'm looking for (And I'm here very often).
  • Search results are dead accurate, and usually what I'm looking for is on the first page, if not the first result.
  • search tool just needs to be worked on a bit
  • Search usually works fine, but there are some times I type something in and receive a listing rather that going straight to the page, even though I typed in the exact name of the page.
  • Search works well, but sometimes what you need you have to bounce through other page links to find.
  • search: there are no suggestions on words composed of different words (e.g. searching aegis won't show aegisbane as a suggest search result)
  • Search! Bam! I have had a few results that aren't too easy to find through search though, such as an item name or character name, or anything that appears with the same name in multiple games.
  • Searches are bugged by punctuation errors. Try a search for Dark Brotherhood. The Morrowind article is one of the first, and the Skyrim article on Dark Brotherhood faction doesn't even come up. I usually have to navigate via links to find the article I'm looking for. I like UESP content enough to bother doing this, but I imagine some dont.
  • searches can be confusing
  • Searches could be refined. Sometimes I'll wish to find a page for Skyrim or Oblivion and Morrowind articles will be listed first.
  • searches in specific version of Elder Scroll should be incorporated/
  • Searches often show content in discussion pages rather than the page I'm looking for (it's usually quicker to do a Google search with UESP after my keywords, instead of using the built-in search engine).).
  • Searches sometimes come up without obvious results (IMO)
  • Searching at the homepage of a specfic game should only list pages to that game. I often find pages not even related to the game I'm searching for and the results I need are often at the bottom of the page.
  • Searching could be a bit more streamlined.
  • Searching doesn't always give expected responses. Links to related content can usually be found easily enough, easing navigation when searching fails.
  • Searching doesn't work very well
  • Searching for information is very simple and easy, but something that was noticed was that the search bar is very specific. When searching a name or a location it has to be spelled precisely, or else the article will not be found. A "Did you mean?" feature would be helpful.
  • Searching for key words that have pages for different TES games is sometimes intricate.
  • Searching for something that has appeared in multiple TES games may give cluttered results. Sectioning off searches to one game at a time in a quick and easy fashion would be great.
  • Searching functions is quiet difficult.
  • Searching is a swift, painless process. The map feature is surprisingly simple to operate and dead accurate.
  • Searching is very quick and easy
  • Searching through google with UESP in criteria is generally better than site's native function
  • Searching using the search bar doesn't always work that well.
  • See *3
  • see above
  • See above
  • see above
  • See answer to #3.
  • See comment on previous question about search features/functionality.
  • See my previous comments on the use of namespaces being confusing.
  • see previous comment
  • See question 3
  • see question 3
  • See the previous comment.
  • See third question notes.
  • Seemed easier with Oblivion than with Skrym. Sometimes with Skyrim it takes a bit of searching. But usually it's not too hard to find out what you need to know.
  • Several topics of the same name but concerning different games or just lore are sometimes confusing
  • Should add a advanced search function, unless there is one and I am unaware.
  • Should include a "Did you mean..." option because if one letter is wrong it won't search
  • Simple Enough. No Issues
  • Simple layout that I have become accustomed to over the last four or so years
  • Simple to navigate, and simple instructions
  • Site has a bad habit of putting old content before new content on the search results.
  • Slight misspelling of some of the lore-like words can cause a bit of searching, other than that, easy.
  • small specific items can be a challenge sometime but usually its pretty simple
  • So easy all I have to do is type in one word for a character or quest and it brings me right to what I needed
  • So easy i can search for something and 95% of the time it is there, and also the hyperlinking is very helpful.
  • So long as I remember some of those more ridiculous names, anyway. =P
  • Solid browser allows to find what one is looking for in no time.
  • Some articles are lacking sufficient images to back them up visually.
  • Some categories should be combined, in my opinion.
  • Some details about the Lore are not that easy to find sometimes though
  • some difficulty, but with some clicks I usually ind what I'm looking for
  • some form of spell checking software in the search engine would be a good idea, especially since some of the words are unique to the elder scrolls universe (such as the dragon language)
  • Some info can be hard to find if it is on one page and not cross referenced.
  • Some info is in odd areas of the screen. ie: the names/demographics on one page.
  • Some information is hard to access. Search function needs to be completely revamped as It never works to the intended purposes. Many times I have searched something through the search function and completely irrelevant pages have come up.
  • Some information is not on the wiki, but that isn't necessarily anyone's fault, considering the site's policy is to only have information confirmed by reliable sources or in-game.
  • Some information on game mechanics (like armor rating calculations) can be hard to find if I can't what remember what specific page it is on.
  • Some information requires skimming through related articles.
  • Some is harder for example finding information about robes in Skyrim.
  • Some items/pages are named differently than expected.
  • Some links could be added on certains pages (names and the like). Some infos are duplicated or separated between different lore pages.
  • some misspelling in search bar can be relatively difficult to find correct page
  • Some not-qestrelated but quest-flage books are hard find
  • Some of the item lists could be cleared up a little more as well as maybe having a link for each item to a screenshot of that item.
  • Some of the lore articles are a bit isolated from the in-game articles. A bit more hyperlinking would help.
  • Some of the lore content needs a bit of work
  • some of the more essetnial info is sort hard to find in the text
  • Some pages are somewhat hard to locate, and lore seems to vary between pages, e.g. actions that are "alledged" on one page are treated as fact on another.
  • Some pages feel hidden, lest my vision be wary.
  • Some pages link to the Lore page when it would be more appropriate to link to the relevant game page.
  • Some pages seem incomplete and fragmented, the Skyrim books list for example is laid out into various categories (fiction history etc) however, some books only appear on the skill books list and not on the main list of books.
  • Some pages such as the TESV console commands don't show up in the search results meaning a user will have to navigate from links found on other pages.
  • Some places may require you to manually find them (link-by-link).
  • some redundant articles makes it hard to pinpoint which one is the best
  • Some searches don't turn up with the most accurate results, have to search for the correct article manually. No recommendations on pages when typing the search queries.
  • Some searches for common terms (like "Skyrim weapons" lead to many, many unwanted results.
  • Some specific information is hard to find, or in some cases completely missing.
  • Some stuff a little hidden
  • Some things can be difficult to find, but mostly, it's fantastic
  • Some things I've found difficult to find e.g. npc code lists, are there even any?
  • some things such as skyrim random events need to be easyer to search for
  • Some things that I am looking for are a bit hidden.
  • Some time ago, when searchign something about Skyrim, it would be in the top of the list. Now, when searching stuff like Dark Brotherhood, I get results from all places BUT the one I'm looking for. Maybe the latest game in the series should be the first results with the other games following closely behind.
  • some time the key search does not have it listed but only small work arounds are needed to get to the desired information.
  • Some times search goes to every example of the wordyou searched other than the one your looking for.
  • Some words like "Khajiit" can't be searched if you write it wrong. That's bad when you look for any kind of strange word. The Elder Scrolls Lore is full of strange words. "Cyrodiil", "Soultheim", "Elsweyr", etc.
  • Somehow the search engine is never finding partial matches :(
  • Sometimes 'search' option fails
  • sometimes a search doesn't give you the correct links.
  • Sometimes difficult to find particular entry you are looking for, but usually able to find it after a few searches
  • sometimes easy, sometimes difficult
  • Sometimes find pages deficient in what I'm looking for, otherwise fine
  • Sometimes get sent to 'lore' rather than a game related page
  • Sometimes hard to find articles on a particual unique items
  • Sometimes hard to get the infomation you need from the correct game. Ex: search Daedric and the first thing you get up is some obscure reference to a daedric book in Morrowind, while you have to dig down to the botom of the list to get to the daedric armor in Skyrim
  • Sometimes hard to go to page to page, like finding a certain armor for skyrim, and ending ending up in the armor edition for a different game
  • Sometimes I feel as if extra links for the homes would be nice.
  • Sometimes I find it irritating, that when I search for something, every Morrowind sidequest shows up. A "search in games" thing would be cool.
  • Sometimes I find it that the site determines that I want a game-specific article, and goes directly there when I search without giving me the option to choose if I want any game-specific article or lore-based
  • Sometimes I find some confusion on both lore and in-game information on the same search.
  • Sometimes I get lost trying to find certain items in lists.
  • Sometimes I get the lore page rather than the game-specific page for an entry, even if I'm already within the game-specific page.
  • Sometimes I have a bit of difficulty switching between Lore and game pages.
  • Sometimes I have slight difficulty when searching for lore or item information but the advanced search and a quick look around helps quite a bit.
  • Sometimes I have to dig a bit, but that's part of the fun.
  • Sometimes I have to dig through several subpages
  • Sometimes I have to rephrase the things I look for, but not often
  • sometimes I hit a lore page instead of a character page, or something like that. nothing big.
  • Sometimes i just cant find how to do certain things im looking for useing this site
  • sometimes it can be difficult
  • sometimes it can take some searching if I need something that can be found in multible games
  • Sometimes it is rather difficult.
  • Sometimes it requires a bit of a side-track to get to it, but I always find what I want to know
  • sometimes it seems easier when using Google to search on uesp.net
  • Sometimes it's a mix up between games with similar terms (Auriels bow, Daedric bow, etc.)
  • sometimes it's annoying when i search for something like "Blackreach" and the search engine returns "Skyrim: Blackreach" instead of just going to the page. I understand if there is ambiguity, but a lot of times there is not.
  • Sometimes it's confusing when looking up something that doesn't have it's own dedicated page.
  • Sometimes it's difficult, but I like the challenge. If you really look though, you will always get what you're looking for.
  • Sometimes It's hard for me to figure out what page I'm looking for when I search a particular name. There's the name then there's a lore for the name and sometimes more.
  • Sometimes it's hard to figure out where stuff it because it's in a section that seems illogical. (i.e. the entry about the overflow loot bag in morrowind is under glitches, even though in the glitches article it is listed as a non-glitch. I think it would be easier to find if it was in another article, or perhaps if an FAQ was created)
  • Sometimes it's more numbers than textual facts, but still pretty easy
  • Sometimes its annoying that you have to write the game infront of youre the thing you wanna search, otherwise you end up at the lore or some other game
  • Sometimes its hard.
  • Sometimes keywords are not always easy to find, and that makes it hard to find particular words in articles.
  • sometimes looking up information does get confusing with the same topic being held in lore/morrowind/oblivion/skyrim pages.
  • sometimes pages are hard to find due to naming conventions
  • sometimes requires more effort for simple information
  • Sometimes search doesn't find me exactly what I seek but google usually does the trick.
  • Sometimes search engine gets confused by keywords, for example typing "The Only Cure" finds pages containing cure for vampirism in Morrowind and Oblivion, not the Skyrim quest "The Only Cure".
  • Sometimes search results can be rather obtuse.
  • Sometimes searching doesn't always bring up desired results
  • Sometimes searching via uesp search box yields no results, but using google will direct to uesp page, Ususally only a problem when looking for very specific information, general info is usually searchable
  • Sometimes specific details on minor items are irritatingly unavailable.
  • sometimes the articles are incomplete
  • Sometimes the information is hard to get to, and keywords don't work, but that's very rarely, and UESP is excellent.
  • Sometimes the search bar does not work
  • Sometimes the search engine messes up because it search for a term in a particular game (e.g doesn't easily switch from "Dawnstar" to "Mehra Milo").
  • sometimes the search engine takes a few times to find the right page by placing "." or other punctuation, but if worst comes to worst google helps
  • Sometimes the search option comes up with things I am not looking for.
  • Sometimes the sites can be confusing but i always find it in the end!
  • Sometimes there are not enough links on one page so I can know exactly what I'm doing for whatever quest/item/place I'm looking for help with.
  • Sometimes there's not enough hypertext links in articles and sometimes there's no direct access to information in other articles, that is relevant to the current article
  • Sometimes topics are not there, or there hidden in other pages and I have to search for them. Searching brings up a lot of topics and usually I have to keep narrowing down my search when one or two words should be enough.
  • Sometimes when I search for an item it does not take me to the page I'm looking for even when the page I'm looking for is titled exactly as I typed it and is displayed in the suggestions. A minor inconvenience and, therefore, does not affect the experience too much.
  • Sometimes when it comes to overly specific things I can get lost, but usually a few clicks get me where I want to be.
  • sometimes when searching for an article, it is not shown in the search results
  • sometimes you can't find what exactly you were looking from because it has several articles about it in different forms.
  • Sometimes you might receive results related to another tes game when you search for something that's featured in multiple games.
  • Sometimes, It is difficult, but that is normally because I accidentally mistype something.
  • Sometimes, there is some confusion going on in the search engine, when content is shared among different games.
  • Sometimes, when you search for something that is present in all games, like Destruction, is very hard to find the skyrim's one
  • sometimes, when you want to find general bugs in games that only concern a part of the game, for examlpe the falmer hut's bug, you cant really find anything about it unless you know a quest that involves falmer
  • Sometimes, you have to go through many posts and rows of information before finding that special phrase.
  • Somewhat difficult to find exactly what you're searching for sometimes. "Did you mean" after filling in the _somewhat_ correct word or phrase would be of great assistance in this matter.
  • Somewhere between average and Easy
  • Spelling can be confusing.
  • Spelling suggestions may help at times
  • Stuff is super easy to find, compared to all the other wiki's i've been to
  • Super easy
  • Takes a while to understand the method of organization
  • Thanks to the users and the original creator of certain articles, they tend to be informative and contain hotlinks on certain words and phrases to explain a given spectrum or part that in itself might be difficult to take into account when you don't understand it too well in the original article.
  • The 'search' function results seem messy to me which is the only drawback from finding info on the site
  • The amount of interesting information on this site is mind-blowing!
  • The articles are well-linked with things of cinterest being hyper-linked within the articales especially convinent.
  • The automatic subcategorizing is not too troubling but wastes a minute or two now and then.
  • The bar on the left helps to narrow infromation down and the search bar is helpful.
  • the best of all elder scrolls wikis I've tried
  • The categories are very well made and you can usually find what you are looking for easily with just a quick search.
  • The categories are very well organized, so it doesn't take much time to find what you're looking for.
  • The cross-references are great. Articles like the ones comparing Oblivion to Morrowind are a nice touch.
  • the fantastic page navigation allows for this
  • The Game:Page format of articles confused me at first, but it got easier quickly
  • The Hearthfire information is a little serpentine to navigate, but I imagine that's because it's just added and the organization hasn't evolved to its happy place.
  • The information is not scattered all over and is always where you want it to be
  • The information is organized and categorized and labelled very effectively
  • The information is usually chronological and very easy to find.
  • The information is well placed; even though the categories are a good addition, it may be wise to have "related articles" or "if you like this, you may like" section.
  • The internal search function could be improved, but everything shows up very well in google
  • The layout is very clean and easy, I'd say the search bar has issues seeming as you can't just search key words you need the full title of what you need to find.
  • The layout on the front page is OK, although I do prefer how Wikia.com lays out the series titles at the top of the page.
  • The level of content alone will never make it "very easy" to find, and I don't believe a game with this level of variation could ever achieve it. A "suggested articles" page on the bottom may be an improvement.
  • The linking system is great but the search engine cuold be better
  • The main issue, other than namespaces previously mentioned, is that I often look up items, and I use European spellings such as armour, which always results in not being brought directly to the page I want. Often, it won't even be corrected in the search results, and I'll simply have to retype it and force myself to use the American spelling.
  • The map program doesn't work well on my iphone
  • The menu system is good but the search function is average.
  • the menus and navigation system make a lot of sense
  • The Morrowind Mod content feels a bit buried in the TES III section, but if you know what you're looking for, there are no problems. If official plug-ins and 3rd party mods were to be linked in the "sections" sidebar under Morrowind, it could only be a boon to people looking for information on that content.
  • The namespaces make finding information easy.
  • The only difficulty is spelling some of the phrases. It could have a suggestions section
  • The only difficulty is the different pages for Skyrim/Morrowind, etc. Items with the same name in all of the games make it hard to search for
  • The only issue I've had is the difference between Lore pages and Game pages.
  • The only part I have trouble with is that searches must exactly match an entry to turn up any search results.
  • The only problem I have is that some articles do not link to the lore page. For example, a city's description for a certain game.
  • The only problem I have is the search engine, I can never find what I'm looking for on there. So I'm stuck with going through several pages to get to the page I want to get to.
  • The only real problem is that I keep thinking the big link on the interactive map should go to the wiki page
  • The only reason I did not give a very easy rating is because some items are listed on multiple pages, and using the search function sometimes does not link to the page with the most helpful information.
  • The only thing is that it's tough to find specific, unusual characters in games if they're not exactly entered in.
  • The only things that could use more content in my opinion would be the earlier/less known games.
  • The only time I struggle is when the search option doesn't pick up on what I'm after, but it's still very easy.
  • The organization for the expansions is the only reason this doesn't get "very easy"
  • The organization of the front page for each game might need a little bit of rework. The categories could use some pictures or something? Maybe incorporate the ui organization from the respective games on the front page (i.e. using the inventory icons from oblivion). The only reason I know where everything is and how to navigate it is because I've used the site for years.
  • The page names are appropriate, and redirects are always related
  • The page titles are mostly intuitive, and related links are plentiful; I rarely have trouble finding what I'm looking for.
  • The redirecting gets pretty old quickly
  • the results generated by the in house search are a bit odd, I think for a novice they might be unclear. As a lurker since TES:3 I am used to it.
  • the search ability can be a but difficult at times, especially if you can't remember the exact spelling
  • The search bar and side tabs make it an easy effort to find my info.
  • The search bar could be a little better.
  • The search bar does not automatically load what page I am looking for, but it shows in the results well.
  • The search bar is a good tool, especially when the website has so many interesting, useful and well-written articles.
  • The search bar is very helpful in finding the information
  • The search bar works great
  • the search bar works very well and you can find most information without much effort
  • The search box does not support guessing or spelling correction.
  • The Search box is excellent and the content is unmatched. The Forum community is also a great place to discover information beyond just the facts presented in the Wiki.
  • The search box is very accurate and takes me right to what I want to know
  • The search button itself does not always find what I want, advanced search is better, but I am aware that this is a MediaWiki issue and not an issue of UESP alone.
  • The search could be a little easier to use
  • The search could be better constructed.
  • The search could be improved... sometimes I reverse a couple of letters in the search and then it's impossible to find what I'm looking for.
  • the search could use some work, simple term searches (iron, ebony, etc) come up short, should prioritize most recent Elder Scrolls games first
  • The search engine can be picky and difficult on spelling errors (Mages Guild vs. Mage's Guild). However, without the search engine, following links usually works very well.
  • the search engine could be made better.
  • the search engine could use some work. it's very specific about how close your search has to match what youre looking for. can be difficult to locate something you dont know how to spell
  • the search engine doesnt help
  • The search engine is my only complaint!
  • the search engine is really bad
  • the search engine needs improvement
  • The search engine proves difficult and stubborn sometimes.
  • The search engine sometimes turns up results that don't seem to relate to my searches. It would also help if the search engine would pick up spelling mistakes and return results for the correct spelling (Elsweyr vs Elsewyr)
  • The Search feature is not very efficient.
  • The search feature is very well developed and allows for redirects from all the popular nicknames of NPC's, items, and everything else
  • The search feature needs major improvement.
  • The search feature seems to be prohibitively specific. Unless you know the exact thing your searching for the results can be less than helpful (e.g. I was searching for the named dragons and searched for dragon names - with and without quotes and wasn't directed to the page. I tried several iterations, and I think I was finally able to find the page after searching for dragon language or something.)
  • The search feature was a little easier when it was using the current namespace to guess what game I was researching.
  • The search feature will not offer correct spellings if you misskey something. Some of the names in the games are nonsensical therefore you should expand your search engin to account for miss-spellings
  • The search feature works beautifully, and results are not cluttered or bogged down. Thanks to the site-bar on the left side, browsing is also made very easy.
  • the search function and the linking in each article works very well
  • The search function can be a bit too picky
  • The search function could use a 'partial match' ability. Or even just autocomplete.
  • The search function could use a way to determine which game you are interested in information from.
  • the search function could use some improvement
  • The search function could use work. For instance, if I search for "Dwemer", quests and items come up first, and then halfway down the page the first "Lore" sections come up. I think it should be the other way around. But maybe I'm just a special case, and most people search for quests and items, so you've tailored your search to that. That would be understandable.
  • the search function don't deal with typos. and its hard to find something you can't remember the name of.
  • The search function is often hit-or-miss
  • The search function is not always intuitive. When searching for information about a specific game, it would nice if results could be filtered.
  • The search function is very good and even lists similar results.
  • The search function isn't perfect.
  • the search function needs to be more google-like and less wikipedia-like (i.e. better string matching algorithms so that if you spell stuff incorrectly, searches still work)
  • The search function of all wikies including the official wikipedia is pretty dumb.
  • The search function produces results that have little to do with what I was searching for often.
  • the search function sucks.
  • The search function works really good and if i can't find something it's usually me misspelling something.
  • The search funtion is helpfull
  • The search generally yields immediately the info I'm looking for (if it exists in UESP).
  • The search is limited and you have to search for the exact phrase sometimes
  • The search is very useful and very few times have I ever had trouble searching
  • The search menu is easy to use and navigate.
  • The search option is not fully fuctional unfortunately
  • The search option on the site is poor in my opinion. I have a better time searching this site's articles from google by "uesp" in the search.
  • The search results are kind of weird to me. example: http://minus.com/lbbJl5Ac4a27vF It doesn't look very friendly. Since the serach does not take me directly to the page it is a bit annoying. The lack of description is also a tad annoying as well. Minor issues, really.
  • The search system confuses me a little, in that it seems to assume you wish to stay in the same game category, and apparently excludes results from other catgories.
  • The search system has much to improve
  • The search usually finds exactly what I'm looking for, or at least the articles contain good links to what I need to know more about
  • The searching could be a little better
  • The searching is a breeze, every time.
  • The site is very well organized and maintained
  • The site is well designed, except for some pages, that are similar in meaning and purpose but somewhy aren't merged or even interconnected.
  • The site search is annoying, google will take you to just about any page though.
  • The site usually and most likely has the info I have to look for. I would't check the net anywhere else without consulting UESP first.
  • The site's search option is very helpful and each individual pages links to relatived pages is very helpful
  • the specific wording required for all articles can get kinda bothersome, and certain individuals have more than one name, or alternative spellings; of course, that's more a techincal issue, one I hope can be remided in the future
  • The tabs are very well orgainized and the search feature is very useful also.
  • The UESP's website contains everything ive ever needed to get me through those tough times in my games, the search bar is very handy.
  • the whole process and layout is very user friendly and features everything i could need to know.
  • There are a few search subjects that are hard to deal with such as phrases and common words
  • There are enough articles that I can usually find the specific topic I'm looking for; however, search functionality could be improved (results often include an odd amount of completely unrelated pages).
  • There are few issues when looking for specific pages.
  • There are occasions where I feel like sections could stand out more, visually. Hierarchy could always be improved in the future!
  • There are some information I cannot find as specified earlier, but as far information regarding spesific quests are concerned for example it is great.
  • There hasn't been one instance that I could not find what I was looking for
  • There seems to be pages that could use way more information. I would add more myself, but I haven't gotten the jist of the editing yet.
  • There should be a section where there all single game-related articles. (ex: a page of all Skyrim-related articles)
  • There should be links to the different versions of an article, for example if you're reading the Lore: Skyrim page, there should be a link to Skyrim: Skyrim.
  • There's no problem what-so-ever, although I think that's partially due to the fact that I know the site's layout very well
  • They have a search bar, which makes finding anything you want to know as easy as typing it in.
  • Things that appear in multiple games like the Dark Brotherhood are very hard to get for the game I want.
  • This goes with the previous question (how good and user friendly the design is). Good design, easy finds!
  • This is one of my fav. things.
  • This is when you have used the site multiple times and are used to it's categorizing
  • this site is very simple but has all the information you can imagine
  • Though I had problems finding the article of the Masque of Clavicous Vile
  • though it may seem easier to me because I've used the site enough to know where to expect things to be.
  • though some searchterms refer to the wrong pages (or no page at all). Nevertheless, it's still very possible to find what you're looking for.
  • Though some subjects and lore aren't "beefed" as much as others... it is easy to look up something as simple as a quest walk through to an overview map of a province.
  • Though this may largely be due to the large amount...
  • Though truth, googling in is more effective
  • Though when I don't capitalize but spell the article Im looking for the same, it takes me to search results instead of straight to the page as opposed to directly taking me there when I do capitalize
  • Took me a half hour to find the "Skyrim:Specialty Gear" site
  • Tough sometimes, as if you don't remember the exact article you want, but enter some keywords (for example, I didn't remember the exact name of Skyrim quest, so I've enterd just 'Blood on Ice') it gives too many search results which are reguralized in a weird way. It seems like the wiki doesn't show the results with the search words standing closer one to another first or articles which contain the search words more often.
  • Two npc codes, can't tell the difference between them when trying to spawn them to myself other than to try both
  • Type a topic and go. Never been easier.
  • Type in the quest and UESP is the first in the list of searches
  • Typing in a word usually doesn't get me to the page I want to go, unless I put skyrim:one handed. I think that it should show skyrim pages first, or atleast an option
  • Typing something and directly going to the page that you want to see, SUPER!
  • Typos don't help, and I find I must spell everything perfectly or else I won't be able to find the article.
  • UESP DESPERATELY needs a better search system. If you misspell one word, use British instead of American spelling, or simply use the wrong word (e.g. "vulnerability" instead of "weakness"), the information can't be found. Sometimes I've spent over half an hour looking for one page which I *know* I've used before!
  • UESP search function doesnt perform well with (slightly) misspelled words
  • Unless I'm trying to solve a forumites riddle.
  • unlike some other websites about elder scroll UESP does not have an independent webpage for every items, making it harder for me to get more specific information about them.
  • Used to default to searching in the most recently released game, doesn't do that anymore
  • Useful to know the more hidden details of NPC, such as faction they are in/morality/aggresiveness
  • Using Google's search, it's perfect. Yet when I use your search and type "Skyrim Ingredients" I wonder why the first page to show up isn't "Skyrim: Ingredients". Also a very minor spell check would be nice when I slightly misspell a very distinct name and get no results.
  • Using the general search function became somewhat more difficult recently. For example, playing Skyrim and searching for a particular school of magic doesn't display results like it used to.
  • Using the search bar can be a hassle. It doesn't work very well.
  • using the search bar would be better, if there were an auto-fill option, similar to how wikipedia uses. or predictive searching, rather.
  • ussualy it's very easy
  • usual easy, but when searching can be hard
  • Usually by typing one word (name, place, etc) the information is always instantly retrievable
  • Usually fairly easy. Some information seems to be absent, and some seems to contradict itself, but I realize it's the end result of a great many multiple other users testing and debating, so I've just got to be patient until a definitive solution can be found.
  • Usually I don't have a problem, but sometimes I find it hard...mostly because even if I slightly misspell something, the results usually don't know what I'm talking about.. This even happens when I don't use a common when needed
  • usually it is easy, sometimes the linking does not make a lot of sense though and you get lost looking for information that should be logically liked to another topic but is not.
  • Very accurate search responses from both Google and your internal search engine.
  • very easy after you use some time there
  • Very Easy except for the occasional issue with finding the connection between, for instance, a quest book that is otherwise a mundane item and the quest that it is attached to.
  • Very Easy for those of us who are sh*t-hot when it comes to spelling, and know what we want to find.
  • Very easy if you know exactly what you are looking for.
  • Very easy to find information on certain topics.
  • very easy to find information that I need at the time.
  • Very easy to find my way around
  • Very easy to find precise info, but harder to find generalized info.
  • very easy to navigate and search very user friendly.
  • Very easy, except I couldn't find information about where to find "lions pelt" in Oblivion when I'm level 40 >.<
  • Very easy, information on everything.
  • very easy, the search bar instantly provides what im looking for. also, the info is categorized by game and then by very good subcategories which are very good for finding multiple items
  • Very easy, Would like maybe if the search bar had a drop down menu for which game
  • very easy. great job
  • Very easy. I can always find everything I want within moments of searching and it's always very informative and easy to follow.
  • Very good for earlier games. In some cases there should be more links on the front page of each game, there are too few categories on the Skyrim page.
  • Very good. Pages are named logically, organized well.
  • Very occasionally I will have difficulty if I can't remember the name of something, but it's normally extremely helpful and easy to navigate.
  • Very organised and easy!!!
  • Very well orgnaized
  • Was looking for the nightengale armor and I had some trouble finding it till I remembered it is leveled and NOT an artifact. There are a lot of categories to chose from!
  • Well laid out
  • Well on the Topic I did answer in the previous question, but it is very easy. Just click on the name, bring up the page, and then scroll down to what I need. Items, Quests, NPCs.
  • Well Organized
  • Well organized and cross referenced
  • When I dont find what Im looking for, its always due to my poor searching skills..
  • When i first used this site, it took a short while to get used to the set-up, but after that it's a breeze.
  • When I haven't found what I'm looking for it is because I haven't entered the right criteria
  • when i use the search it wont find what im looking for if i don't capitalize the certain letters or if i get 1 letter wrong
  • When I was lost in Morrowind, it was easy to find the quest to get detailed directions...
  • When it's easy, it's very easy. If it's hard, which is a small portion of the time, it's nigh-impossible to find.
  • when its avalible of course
  • When searching for articles it takes quite a while to find what I want.
  • When searching for information, results from later games such as Daggerfall and Morrowind are displayed before more recent games like Skyrim. I think it would be more useful to display results from more recent games first and players will be more likely looking for information about recent games than the older ones.
  • when searching for pages, it doesnt always search very well unless you type the exact page title
  • When searching I would prefer if search results favoured skyrim related results above previous elder scroll game results.
  • When searching something specific using the search, it sometimes first points to the article relating to the newest game, for example searching for "dremora" one the first results is Skyrim's "conjure dremora lord". It might be better to first somehow offer a general, non-game specific, lore article
  • when the info's up there (and it usually is) i rarely encounter navigation difficulties. when i do, it's usually necessary (such as disambiguation pages) or something i could and should fix myself
  • When typing something in the search bar, it has to be spelled exactly correct; including punctuation.
  • when you are browsing in the map view and see something of interest and browse to the page, you typically don't return to the same map view
  • When you type in Vivec, for example, it will send you straight to the disambiguation page, which slows down information gathering.
  • WHenever I search something the rsults are all Tes3Mod stuff.
  • While it is easy to find general information, sometimes fine detail about a given subject can be a little hard to come by.
  • While structured into a complex tree system, the search feature cuts through that like butter.
  • while using search function, include a search parameter that allows user to restrict to a single game, Skyrim, Oblivion etc.
  • with exceptions so far to alchemy ingredients. Half the time if I write one into the search bar i have to sift through many pages to find it. Even if I write "Alchemy ingredient *blah*"
  • With so much information on each page, and plenty of cross-links within the page itself, it's very easy to find what you're looking for.
  • With the 1.19 upgrade, we lost the ability to automatically jump to a searched page within the same namespace...that's the only reason I haven't rated it Very Easy...that was a biggie for me.
  • With the exception of forums. It's really hard to find something old that might help.
  • Without knowing about different articles on the same thing (like lore\oblivon\skyrim) it's rather hard to find what you seek at first.
  • Worst case, I use Google. The information's all there.
  • Would appreciate having expanding key topic areas listed in the lefthand menu rather than constantly having to click on â€Skyrim" to switch topic areas.
  • Would be better if there was a "Most visited" display on the main page aswell.
  • Would be cool to have an autocomplete option when searching
  • Would be easier if there was autocomplete in the search bar. Also, ranking by relevance is not that good. Ex. a search for "lockpick" has the first result as a Bloodmoon item. It should be Game:Lockpick
  • would be great if when typing in something, it gives u better choices, not going through the list most of the time.
  • Would be great with more lists of content other than the standard wiki category lists. Search is not very good.
  • Would be nice if search engine were smarter. I can misspell a word by one letter and, rather than guess what I meant, it simply says no results were found
  • Would be nice to see a "Did you mean this?" feature for when I don't know how to spell something.
  • You can follow links quite easily to find what you need or you can do a direct search which has also shown itself to be very effective.
  • You could make the sections bigger so that they are easier to see and find, maybe add some bold lettering to them
  • You gotta type the game version first in some cases.
  • You have links, a sidebar, and even a search engine.
  • You have to be perfect with your spelling because there are nothing like "Did you mean" or Suggestions
  • you have to include the game in the search to get best results
  • You just search and voíla!
  • You sort of have to already know what you are looking for when you come in to the site.
  • You typically always have what I'm looking for. Sometimes don't but it's usually up in short order.
  • Your search function is powerful, accurate, and fast. I always find the article that I'm looking for.