Winter tightsthen 'winter tihgts' would be corrected to 'winter tights'. Now autocomplete is very likely to return this as a suggestion, but it also now has the chance to return other suggestions it may have been trained on like 'winter tights with extra insulation'. However if the training was on 'warm winter tights' then the following is likely to occur:
keywordsfield can be a good candidate for phrase training as it often contains phrases that reflect exactly what a user would type like 'queen quilt cover', 'reversible quilt cover'. So a user who mistypes types 'reversable' is likely to be corrected by Spelling to 'reversible quilt cover' and sent back to the user as an Autocomplete phrase suggestion.
categoryfield could be another good candidate with phrases like 'dressing tables' and 'computer desks'. As a final example the
dirfield (URL directory) can be a good candidate depending on your website hierarchy. It may produce phrases like 'vouchers-for-business' or 'outdoor-furniture'.
brandfield is also a good candidate for phrase training. This increases accuracy by submitting brand names that consist of more than one word as a phrase
bodyfield would be a poor candidate. For example a
descriptionfield which consisted of:
The 'Extra Suede Winter Tights' provide luxury with timeless appeal while embracing your curves with confidence. These tights are velvety to touch and are mid-weight for winter warmth. The opaque to waist design allows these tights to be worn with any hemline
winter tihgtsis not an exact phrase match and would trigger individual word suggestions.
titlefield often contains short phrases which reflect what a user may type making it a good candidate. However if your titles contain brand names i.e. 'jack wolfskin winter tights' then an exact match won't be made for a user whose query 'winter tihgts' does not contain the brand.
descriptionfield can be good candidates. Training on fields like
brandthat you may also have used for phrase training ensures the individual words can be used if the exact match phrase conditions aren't met