Search Settings


Within this section, admins can tailor the search experience according to the company's preferences and requirements. From refining search results to enhancing the user interface, these settings allow admins to optimize the search functionality for efficiency and convenience.

Search Settings

Utilize these settings to tailor search results for users based on various benchmarks:

Include system files and folders in your search across network and team drives. This ensures comprehensive search results that encompass all relevant files and documents.

Show Archived Results

Display archived results in search queries. This feature ensures that historical or inactive content remains accessible when needed. This can be configured for view by everyone or network and company admins only.

Multilingual search capability allows searches to be conducted across different languages, accommodating diverse user needs and content sources.

Show Deactivated Users in Search Results

Content from deactivated users can be included in search results, providing comprehensive visibility across your user base.

Location-Based Facets

Enable Location Facets

Implementing location-based facets for employees offers companies the ability to tailor their internal communications, resource allocation, and support services efficiently. By understanding where employees are located, companies can optimize office space, equipment distribution, and training sessions. This targeted approach ensures that resources are allocated effectively, minimizing waste and enhancing productivity. Furthermore, segmenting employees based on location allows for the delivery of localized information, such as office closures due to local events or updates on transportation options, fostering a sense of community and enhancing engagement among employees in each region.

Advanced Search Bar Functionality

MangoApps provides support for a variety of search operators to enhance your search experience, both in simple and advanced searches. These operators allow for precise control over your search queries, enabling you to find the most relevant information efficiently.

Simple Searches

  • AND: Supported as the default conjunction for searches.

  • OR: Supported for combining search terms.

  • NOT: Supported, with both NOT and - performing the same function.

  • Grouping (Parentheses): Supported, allowing the combination of multiple operators and terms.

  • Phrase Searches: Supported for exact sequence searches.

Advanced Searches

  • Proximity Searches: Supported for finding terms within a certain distance.

  • Wildcards: Both * (Asterisk) and ? (Question Mark) are supported.

  • Fuzzy Searches: Supported for finding terms similar in spelling.

  • Range Searches: Supported, requiring knowledge of the field name for filtering records. Example: field:[10 TO 20], field:{10 TO 20}

  • Boosting: Supported using the caret symbol ^. Boosting based on user engagement names.

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