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NOTE: To browse through someone else's folders, you must have read access to all of that person's folders.

 

Basic Search

A basic search allows you to search through the folders and subfolders within the folder path you are already in. To search:

  1. Go to the folder path you want to search within (see Figure 1).
    Figure 1
    Figure 1.
  2. In the search box type the file or folder name you are searching for (see Figure 2), then press <Enter>.
     Figure 2
    Figure 2.
  3. Your results will appear in the content section of the page (see Figure 3).
    Figure 2
    Figure 3.

 

Advanced Search

Advanced search allows you to search within your files and folders along with files and folders shared with you. To search:

  1. Click the pull-down area next to the search box (see Figure 4).
    Figure 4
    Figure 4.
  2. Do the following (see Figure 5):
    • In the Search in box, enter the folder path you want to search in (example: /basusc).
    • In the File or Folder name box, enter the name of the file or folder you are searching for.
    • Optional:
      • In the File Content Contains box, enter words you are looking for.
      • Click the pull-down arrow to add additional search criteria.
    • Click Search.
    Figure 5
    Figure 5.
  3. Your search results will appear in the content section of the page (see Figure 6).
    Figure 6
    Figure 6.