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Workspace Search Commands

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Overview

All users can use the workspace search.

There are multiple search commands you can use to quickly filter search results. You can use several of them simultaneously – just make sure to separate them with a space.

Available commands

Command

Action

Example

Example of action

AND

Search for items that must contain both words in the search query.

Note: You must type the command in English and in all caps for it to work.

presentation AND roadmap

Search only for items containing the words "presentation" and "roadmap" at the same time.

OR

Search for items containing at least one or both words in the search query.

Note: You must type the command in English and in all caps for it to work.

presentation OR slides

Search for items containing the word "presentation" or "slides" or both of them.

NOT

Search for items that don't contain the word after the command.

Note: You must type the command in English and in all caps for it to work.

presentation NOT roadmap

Search for items containing the word "presentation" and not containing the word "roadmap."

*

Search for items by part of a keyword.

Can be combined with any other command in this table (except for “ ”).

creat*

Search for items containing creat, like create, creative, etc.

” “

Search for items containing an exact phrase or word.

Note: This command only works for search queries containing an exact phrase or exact word.

It can be combined with any other command in this table (except for *).

“smart solutions” comment: ”smart solutions”

Search for items containing the exact phrase “smart solutions” in the description or title. Search tasks containing the exact phrase “smart solutions” in the comments.

#notme

Search for tasks not assigned to you.

assigned:

to:

Search for tasks assigned to a specific user.

assigned: Tom Clark

Search for tasks assigned to Tom Clark.

author:

by:

Search for tasks, folders, and projects created by a specific user.

author: Melanie Smith

by: Tom Clark

Search for items created by Melanie or Tom.

comment:

Search for tasks, folders, and projects containing the keyword in comments.

comment: Michael Sullivan

Search for items containing the words Michael and Sullivan in comments.

completed: (>,<,=)YYYY-MM-DD

Search for tasks, folders, and projects completed earlier than, later than, or on a certain date (today, this week, this month).

completed: this month

Search for items completed this month.

created: (>,<,=)YYYY-MM-DD

Search for tasks created earlier than, later than, or on a certain date (can also be used with today, this week, this month).

created:>=2014-04-03

Search for tasks created on or after April 3, 2014.

description:

Search for tasks, folders, and projects containing a keyword in its description.

description: technical review

Search for items containing the words technical and review in a description.

due: (>,<,=)YYYY-MM-DD

Search for tasks that are due earlier, later, or on a certain date (today, tomorrow, this week, this month).

due: this week

due: next week

Search for tasks that are due this week.

duration: (>,<,=)Nd, or Nh, or Nm

Search for tasks with a specific duration.

duration: <1h

Search for tasks with a duration of less than 1 hour.

file:

Search for tasks, folders, and projects with attachments containing the keywords in their name or extension (with an asterisk before the extension).

file: logo

file: *jpg

Search for items with attachments containing the word logo in the title.

Search items with JPG attachments.

folder:

Search for tasks included in a specific folder or project.

folder: Approved

Search for tasks tagged with folder Approved.

ID

Search for tasks, folders, and projects by entering their ID into the search box.

123456789

Search for the item that has this ID.

notin:

Search for tasks, folders, and projects not included in the folder.

notin: ”Under Review”

Search for items not included in the folder Under Review.

priority: high

priority: normal

priority: low

Search for tasks based on importance.

priority: low

Search for tasks that have their importance set to “low.”

start: (>,<,=)YYYY-MM-DD

Search for tasks, folders, and projects that start earlier, later, or on a certain date (today, tomorrow, this week, this month).

start: tomorrow

Search for items that start tomorrow.

title:

Search for tasks, folders, and projects containing the keyword in the title.

title: upgrade

Search for items containing the word upgrade in the title.

updated: (>,<,=)YYYY-MM-DD

Search for tasks, folders, and projects updated earlier, later, or on a certain date (today, this week, this month).

updated: today

Search for items updated today.

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