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    We experienced the same thing and then re-read the documentation and found that if we searched for the abbreviation within a question like "what is ABC" it comes up. This is definitely going to be a user education issue. We have always been able to search for the abbreviation by itself when using promoted search results on premises. Request to Microsoft: please consider changing the way Answers:Acronyms search works to allow searching the abbreviation alone.

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