Using the Search Bar

How to use the search bar

Written by Ella Inbar
Updated over a week ago

Using the Search Bar

Searching the system allows users to locate information and items of information posted in workgroups and the main feed, as long as users are exposed to permissions.

The system automatically tags posts, items, files of any kind, photos, and more. Tagging helps to search for information in an easy and focused way so that you find exactly what you are looking for.

There are 2 main search options in the system - basic search (associative) and targeted search (Boolean).

Basic search:

The basic search is a search that displays a large number of results with information that is associatively related to the phrase or a single search word.

To perform the search, enter the phrase we want to search in the search bar and press the Enter key.

Boolean search:

In order to get a targeted result of the search word, we will list the search topic along with "quotes" at the beginning and end of the phrase, and we will only get results that contain the search topic.

Tag Search:

Click on the search bar at the top of the screen.

Start listing your search topic, "#" to search for a topic or channel in the system or just register in free text.

The system will open a selection window to complete your search word.

Advanced Search:

Clicking the Filter button on the right side of the search bar will open the Advanced Search menu.

This option will focus your search on:

  • Your posts or unread posts.

  • By tags (#) that interest you.

  • According to the user who shared the information.

  • According to the types of information shared in the system (post, article, link, file, organizational form, etc.).

  • According to the groups in which you would like to search for the information.

  • According to the color of the status of the information item, if it exists in the group where the process is being conducted.

  • Target your search by the dates on which the information partner you are looking for shares.

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