If a user gets zero results, but gets a "Did you mean" suggestion, they have to click on the "Did you mean" result to get anything. We should streamline that so that they don't need to click; we can just run the query for them with the "Did you mean" suggestion, and let them know that we did that.
Future opportunities for this include figuring out, using some heuristic, whether or not we should run "Did you mean" results for users *even if they have some results*, but that can come later.
- If the user gets zero results, but they got a "Did you mean" result, run the "Did you mean" query instead
- Is you run the "Did you mean" query, inform the user that you did this, and let them run the old one
- If there is any advanced syntax in the query, then do NOT perform this automatic querying; this is so that advanced users who run advanced queries trying to get zero results intentionally can continue to do so
- Stakeholder: Users who are searching who get zero results
- Benefit: They'll get results without having to make an extra click
- Estimate: To be added