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The community name does not getting displayed under any content type in search result page

The community name does is not getting displayed under any content type in search result page. For example: The search will only display if the search word is in a forum, wiki, file etc. It does not list specifically the Community name. This can reproduced in-house, on all browsers. It does not have any sort or filter option to quickly find content created by/shared with a user or created in a community. So if a user forgets the content name and is a part of multiple communities, they would need to go to the specific community to find the one they are looking for.
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  • Jul 24 2018
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    August 09, 2018 05:07

    To let people ALWAYS jump to the community a content belongs to is one major reason for the current confusion we see, especially on mobile. You just can’t jump to the community of a content you just opened. People want to stay inside of a selected context because this is the area they decided to work in for the next minutes, hours or days.