Delete: Delete one or more indexes from your Azure Search account.
Edit: Edit existing index in your Azure Search account. Add/edit fields, add/edit scoring profile, add/edit suggester, add/edit CORS origins, add/view char filters, token filters, tokenizers, and analyzers while editing an index.
Export: Export index schema in JSON format.
Copy: Create a new index by copying schema of an existing index in same or different account.
Data Type: You can specify data type for index field. All data types (Edm.String, Edm.String (Collection,
Edm.Int32, Edm.Int64, Edm.Double, Edm.Boolean,
Edm.DateTimeOffset, and Edm.GeographyPoint) are supported.
Attributes: You can choose attributes (key, facetable, filterable,
retrievable, searchable, and sortable) for the field
Analyzers: For "String" and "String Collection" data type fields, set analyzers for an index field by selecting from a pre-defined list of analyzers. You can also set "Search" and "Index" analyzers as well.
Synonym Map: For "String" and "String Collection" data type fields, set synonym map for an index field by selecting from a list of synonym maps defined for that index.
Edit: Though Azure Search does not allow you to edit an existing index's data type and attributes, you can change the analyzer settings. Using Cerulean you can very easily change this setting.
Delete: While an index field is not saved, you can delete that field. Once a field is saved, it can't be deleted. This is a limitation from Azure Search.
Add: Add new analyzers to an index. You can create an analyzer by customizing properties of pre-defined
analyzers like Pattern, Standard or Stop or you can create your own custom analyzer by
using char filters, tokenizers and token filters on that index.
Edit: As long as an analyzer is not saved, you can edit the properties of an analyzer. Please note that
Azure Search does not allow you to edit a saved analyzer.
Delete: As long as an analyzer is not saved, you can delete that analyzer from an index. Please note that
Azure Search does not allow you to delete a saved analyzer.
View: View properties of an analyzer in your index.