Searching Reports

Kyso's search engine is structured in such a way that users can easily find the content they're looking for, even when filtering through '000s of reports!

Searching in Channels

In any channel you have access to, you can simply select which variables you want to filter by with Boolean selectors, similar to how Gitlab's search works. You can refine your search further with text input that will search by title and description content.

Using Elastic Search, Kyso also indexes full-text on the report body, such that end users are able to search by the internal content of project reports, on all reports across all Organisations and Channels one has access to.

Simply enter your search query in the top navigation bar input box - Kyso's global search. You can enter keywords or longer-tail strings and Kyso will return matching results.

As you can see from the image, comments are also indexed and searchable. The conversations that insights inspire are just as important to maintain as the insights themselves.

Kyso ranks the most relevant results at the top of the list.

Note that your search queries are saved to the url, which you can share as you would a Kyso report!!!

You can narrow full-text search queries even further by selecting specific metadata like channels, tags, authors, and more. You can even filter by file type. This allows the user to construct really complex search queries.

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