Saving Searches in Find.


Saved Searches are stored on the Searches tab on the sidebar.

Note: When you save a search, you are saving only the search criteria, NOT the search results. Every time you run that search only the most current results will be returned.

To save a search:

  1. Create the text or map search as usual.
  2. When your search is complete, click the Save button next to the Search text field.
  3. Enter a unique name for your search.
  4. (Optional) To make this search a default or a Hot Feed, select the appropriate box.
  5. Click Save.
  6. An info pop-up displays notifying you the search has been saved. Click OK to close the pop-up.
  7. The search now appears in the Searches sidebar.

To access your saved searches:

  1. Click the Searches sidebar tab and the "Searches" list will display.

To run a saved search:

  1. Click the name of the search you wish to run from the "Searches" sidebar panel.

The search runs and the results display in the "Search Results" Panel.

To rename a search:

  1. In the Saved Searches list, hover over the search to display available options icons.
  2. Click the Rename(Pencil) icon.
  3. Type a new name and click Save.

To delete a search:

Note: You cannot delete your Default Search. Instead, using Display Preferences, set another search as your default and then return to the Saved Searches list to delete.

  1. In the Saved Searches list, hover over the search to be removed to display available options icons.
  2. The Rename and Delete icons display.
  3. Click the Delete(Trash Can) icon.
  4. Click Yes to confirm.

Next Lesson: Conducting a Map Search Within Find.

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