Join Mark Abdelnour for an in-depth discussion in this video In-library search, part of SharePoint Online: Managing Documents.
- [Instructor] SharePoint Online's search capabilities…are robust and powerful.…They allow users to find the information they need…at both the site and library level.…In this video, we're going to look at how you're able…to isolate your search for documents…within a specific document library,…rather than an entire site or site collection.…In the top left corner of all document library pages,…users will see a keyword search box,…allowing them to locate documents…from within that specific library.…
We can see it here, in the top left corner…where it currently says search.…I'm going to click within this field…and I'm going to go ahead and type in conference.…Immediately, what we see are the results of that search.…We can also see, at the bottom of this…small window, the words see more results.…I'm going to go ahead and click on that.…You'll notice that the library refreshes…and now only shows us the search results for conference.…Now, you may have also noticed that some of these file names…do not contain the word conference.…
- Accessing SharePoint Online
- Creating and working with documents
- Editing documents
- Sharing files
- Creating document views and document pins
- Searching and filtering
- Exporting to Excel
Skill Level Beginner
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1. SharePoint Online
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