It is hard to imagine a business day without searching and viewing documents on mobile devices. According to a McKinsey report, employees spend 1.8 hours every day searching and gathering information. The situation is much better when it comes to your documents in the Fluix app.
In this article, we present to you our new functionality – Global Search on iPad and iPhone. Even having a massive list of files located in different folders you will be able to find any document fast and easily. Let’s have a look at how Global Search works.
Note: the feature is available starting from the Fluix version 3.10.
Tap the Search button on the sidebar and enter the text. You can find the files searching by either the Document Name or the Content Text.
Content Text query allows searching for words inside the PDFs and TXTs documents, while searching by document name lets looking for all file types supported in Fluix.
To ensure the most precise result, you may filter the search by the Location or the Date Range if you know the section where the document you are looking for is located or when it was edited last time.
The results of your search can be sorted alphabetically, according to the size of the file, or arranged depending on how new or old the documents are:
Additionally, the search criteria are automatically saved in the search history that remembers everything you need starting from the document name up to the date range or location you were searching. Search history will allow you to save time in the future and review your previous search results:
As you see, searching for the document becomes easier and faster than ever with the Global Search functionality.
In case you have any questions or comments, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help you.
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