Use of search engine on the website content
Search engine by content, which is accessible at every step in the upper right corner of the web page (magnifying glass icon), searches through the whole content of the website (manuals, FAQs …). The search engine is available both in the outer shell of the site as well as inside (at every step of creating a survey, reviewing data, etc.). The search results show all content that includes the search term, the latter in bold. The search engine also searches for the root of words (example: if you enter the word 'surve', it will also return results that contain the word 'survey', 'surveys', etc.).
Advanced search allows you to optionally filter out the results according to the selected search criteria. You can search only for terms that contain at least one of your search words, terms containing the phrase you are looking for, or you can set the search engine criteria so that it does not contain any of the specified words. On the right side of the advanced search engine, in the section 'Only of the type(s)', you can search for exact particular categories, you can search through the front page, news, basic recommendations, frequently asked questions, help topics, manuals, sites and video guides. Search engine displays the found content (Slovene / English), depending on the set language of the 1KA tool.
Use of search engine in the interface for creating surveys (My Surveys)
The 'My Surveys' tab, where the list of all surveys is, there is a search engine at the top that allows you to search all the user's surveys. Clicking 'Search' displays search results and additional options. The default search is by the title of the survey (both internal and published title), and the user can change the search by author or keywords. Advanced search is also available. By clicking on 'Advanced search', you can set the option to search by survey activity - search by all surveys or only by active or inactive ones. The search engine also allows you to set a time frame, namely it is possible to specify the time period when the survey was created or last edited.
Use the search engine in the Library tab
In the 'Library' tab, which lists various examples of type and content questionnaires, also allows you to search for surveys. The search engine is at the top of the page, and the search is done by title or keywords. Clicking on the 'Search' button displays a list of surveys that contain the search term in the title or among the keywords.