Search for documents in your AODocs library

To search a document in AODocs in a specific view, you can write your keywords into the search bar and click on the search button (1).

The search results (2) will include all the documents of which the title or any property matches the searched keywords.

In Document Management libraries, you can extend the scope of search by selecting “Search in attached files” (3) to display documents that contain the keywords within the content of their attachments (4).

Note: In Team Folders and Secured Folders, the "Search in attached files" option is always enabled and is not displayed in AODocs User Interface.

If your current view has a browsing option set on ”Browse by Folder”, you can:
- untick the checkbox "Include results from subfolders"(5): Only search results in the current selected folder will be displayed
- tick the checkbox "Include results from subfolders"(5): Results in the current selected folder and in all its subfolders will be displayed.

You can also do complex searches by property types and with advanced search operators.

Searching keyword in the document's title and properties - Extending the scope of search by including the content of the attachments

Click on "Show filters" button (6). The search filter panel (7)appears below. The same button (6) can be used to hide the search filter panel.
You can use this panel to add new criteria or modify active criteria.

Search criteria are combined with each other, so that the results list only displays documents matching all the search criteria. The list of active criteria is displayed above the results list (8). You can remove any criteria by clicking its “X” button, or use the “Reset all filters” button to remove them all.

Using filters to refine your query

Note: The list of search results depends on the view that you are using. Some views may be configured with search filters that will be combined with your search query. Learn more: Configure views.

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