Advice and answers from the Azendoo Team

You can use the search feature to find tasks, conversation, documents, subjects and people. The search scope is always limited to the current workspace, and to your own visibility rights.

To use the search feature, click in the search bar that is situated in the top right corner of your screen, and start typing. Some suggestions might appear as you type, which will include common keywords, subjects and team members.

At this point you can select one of the suggested option using your keyboard arrows or your mouse cursor, or you can keep typing and hit enter to display the results.

Once the results screen appears, you can switch tabs to display tasks, conversations and documents results.

The keyword will be highlighed in the messages, tasks labels, and document names so that you can find what you are looking for more easily.

You can interact with your results directly, responding to conversations, opening tasks and documents at will.

 

Azendoo Search Index

What is indexed:

  • Task labels and descriptions
  • Conversations and comments
  • Documents and media names
  • Subject names
  • Team members names

What is currently not indexed:

  • Task comments
  • Subject purpose
  • Team members about me section and emails

 

Refining your search terms

Your keyword(s) search might not show the expected results, or any results at all. Here are some examples of how the Azendoo search works, so you can try different syntax to find exactly what you are looking for:

If you search for example, the results will return for mentions of examples as well

If you search for examples, the results will return for mentions of example as well

If you search for example search, the results will return for content containing example OR search

If you search for "example search" in double-quotes, the results will return for content containing example AND search

If you search for example -search, the results will exclude the keyword search from the results

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