This function allows finding existing events/tasks according to specific search conditions easily. There are 2 search types: Quick search and Advanced search.
This function allows you to do a quick search with specific keywords in all your events/tasks. All events/tasks having the text matching with your search term will be returned.
Enter a word in the Search field at the right corner of the toolbar.
Hit Enter key to perform the search. The matching events/tasks will be shown in the Search Result page.
This function allows you to make a search with multiple criteria.
Click Search Result page.on the
Input your search criteria in the Advanced Search form.
|Text||The search term or keyword for searching.|
The type you want to search with 3 options. If you leave this field "blank", both events and tasks are retrieved. If you select Task, you will see one more field named Task Status right after Category.
|Calendar||The calendar on which you want to perform your search.|
|Category||The category of event/task to conduct your search.|
|Task Status||The status of the task: Need Actions, Completed, In Process, Canceled.|
The priority of your needed tasks/events: Normal, High or Low. If you leave blank in the field, your search will be done to all priority levels.
Only the events/tasks having 'To date' greater than or equal the date entered in the From Date field are listed in the results form. You can click this field and select a date from a mini calendar.
Only the events/task having 'From date' less than or equal to the date entered in the To date field are listed in the results form. You can click this field and select a date from a mini calendar.
Clickto perform your search. All events/tasks matching with your criteria will be listed in the results form.
In the Search Result form, you can click an event/task to view it, or edit/delete an event/task by clicking / at the bottom.
If you are searching for a recurring event/task using Quick search, notice that the search returns those that occur in 2 years in the future. This limit is to prevent an infinite result, so it does not impact non-recurrences.
In Advanced search, if you leave the To Date field blank, the 2-year limit is also applied. So you can search for occurrences later than 2 years by filling in that field.