Search by file name
Directly search for a file by its file name. Here's how:
Step 1. Type the file's name, or a portion of it, into the Search Bar found at the top of the screen in your case and wait for a few seconds. A list of suggestions of file names containing the queried text is displayed, along with the files' file paths in your case
Step 2. Click on a suggestion matching the file you are looking for to open it in the Document Viewer (i.e. 'Docs' view)
NOTE: It is possible that there are multiple files with the same name in your case; look at the file path to help narrow down on the one you wish to view.
You can also search for files in productions created in GoldFynch using their Bates numbering
Want to perform more complex searches?
If you want to run slightly more nuanced searches, check GoldFynch's Advanced Search system!
Some of the things it lets you do include:
- Search against multiple parameters at the same time
- Use logical operators like AND, OR, and NOT to group queries together (e.g. "Find all files with the word 'Finance' OR all files with the word 'Economy'")
- Explicitly filter out results (e.g. "Find all files NOT of the file type '.docx'")
- Save your search queries for you or your collaborators to use later