TIP of the day: Search history

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Jun 22 2015 12:34 AM

There are four basic ways to access elements of Search history, two specific to Syntax searches.

Search panel

1. Open a Search panel.

2. Click on the arrow head on the right side of the panel tool bar to open Search History.

3. Click on an entry to run the search

4. Hover over an entry to get the full title and to expose the delete icon at the right.

Syntax Search Documents

5. Under Documents ==> Syntax Search there is a list of saved syntax search documents:

6. Clicking on a Syntax Search document will open the syntax search in a floating window.

7. Right clicking on a Syntax Search document will offer you several options - open, open in new tab, open in floating window and delete.

Syntax Search Panel

8. Note that when you start a new Syntax Search you also see the Syntax Search history:

9. When you select the query dropdown menu you also get a list of recently run queries. (Sorry mine is empty)

For those of you who think these examples look suspiciously familiar, yes they were taken from shared documents on the Faithlife Group: Logos Syntax Searching - a group I highly recommend if you wish to learn the intricacies of a Syntax Search. 

General History

10. Under Tools ==> Library ==> History, you will discover history also captures your searches.

11. A click will rerun the search; a right click will open the option between opening and opening in a floating window.

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