All files in our system have descriptive text that will help you find them and identify them. You just need to know how to find what you are looking for. This guide gives you a quick introduction on how to search, and presents some good tips when you can't find what you are searching for.
When you search, you can use the operator * and ? to search for partial words. The question mark (?) can be replaced by any character. The star (*) can be replaced with any or no characters.
'c?r' matches car 'f*' matches food, fast, furious, etc. '*plane' matches plane, airplane, etc.
You can also use the boolean operators 'and', 'or' and 'not'.
'john and mariah' matches all files with the words 'john' and 'mariah' 'not robert' matches all files that do not contain the word 'robert' 'john or robert or mariah' matches all files that have on or more of the words 'john', 'robert' and 'mariah' 'john or (robert and mariah)' matches files with the word 'john' or the words 'robert' and 'mariah' You can also combine the boolean operators with the wildcard characters.
'jo* or (rob* and maria?)' 'john and robert or maria?' 'f* and p* and m*' Don't know the spelling? We support a special kind of search called 'fuzzy' search. This allows you to find a word even if you misspell it when you search or if it has been misspelled when the file was described. You can use the fuzziness operator directly when you type a search. Use two percentage signs (%%) immediately after eachother near the part of the word you suspect is misspelled.
'eli%%sabeth' matches 'elisabeth' 'elizabeth' 'maria%%h' matches 'maria' and 'mariah'