Zero in on the information you need by filtering as you browse Content, People, or Places.
People is in the top navigation menu and Member Directory link, but you can start browsing Content or Places by selecting Your Content or Your Places in the menu under your avatar.
Using the Filter Keyword Search
Start by typing a keyword in the text box and waiting for the results to refresh.
Keep in mind that every browse page includes a set of filtering tabs on the left and across the top which let you refine your search criteria. For example, when you browse content you can choose whether to browse everything, or only content you authored or participated in as you can see in the following image.
The icons at the top of each browse page let you filter by content type.
Refining Your Filter Results by Type
As shown in the following graphic, you can limit your view by selecting certain types of information. For example, you can limit content to just blog posts or discussions. You can even filter by actions or outcomes marked on content. For instance, you can filter to see only content marked Official. Place browsing can be narrowed to just spaces, social groups, or projects.
You can use the keyword, tag, and filter options to refine your search even further. (Tag filtering only works if the content is tagged.) For example, here are two ways you might look for the HDS Community User Guide:
- Select Your Content from the menu under your avatar, change the filter to All, and type HDS Community User Guide in the Type to filter by text box. Then click the arrow under "Sort by latest activity" and select Sort by date created (newest or oldest). By default, the most recent results are shown first.
- Click People from the top navigation bar and type the Community Manager's name in the Type to filter by text box. If you don't know her name, try typing in "Community Manager." After you have located the person, click her name and go to the Content tab. From there, select Authored from the left-hand menu and Documents from the top menu to show only the documents she wrote. You can filter these further by keyword or tag if she's an especially productive content creator.