You can search the content of documents in a very simple and fast way by using "Quick Search".
You just have to type on text box the word(s) you need to search for and press enter.
If several words will be entered, they should be specified separated by comma. In this case, an OR search is executed.
You will notice that Search Filter is applied and a new folder is created and focused at the top of the folder structure, named after the word searched. This folder contains all the documents that have hits.
Also, folders containing documents with hits, will display a label with the amount of documents having hits. The first number indicates the total number of documents in the folder responsive to the search criteria. The second number indicates the total number of documents in the folder. When there's more than 10K search hits, this label is not shown and a message appears saying "Search results were too large to show counts in subfolders."
All documents in My Starred Items, Quarantine, Shared folders, Productions folders and eDiscovery Sources will be taken into account when searching.
Documents in Recycle Bin and Pending Automated Deletion folders are not retrieved.
If logged in user is Access user, he will see quarantined docs on regular folders but Not when searching.
When a document having keywords hits is focused, Auto viewer is automatically selected by default showing all hits highlighted in yellow. You can navigate from hit to hit by using the arrows on the built-in search panel shown on the left-most side of the viewer.
You can still select Html/Search Hits viewer to see the highlighted hits as well.
Built-in Search Panel
When Auto Viewer is selected, on the left-most side of the viewer, a built-in search panel is shown. This panel can be hidden/shown through the "Toggle Side Panel" viewer control.
Searches executed through this panel, aren't saved under Search History dropdown.
When searches are run, these are automatically saved and named after the keyword that was searched for. The last 20 searches are saved and shown as a list when clicking on Search History icon on Quick search field. This allows the user to select and load previous searches.
When an existing search is loaded, Admins and Power Users only, can drag and drop All Search Hits under any regular folder and a new folder with the search results will be created. The search will be automatically removed from the history list.