This article provides details on using Divvy's content search engine and how to navigate search results.
The Divvy Details
Are you trying to find an article you worked on last week, or even last year, and just can't remember where to start looking for it? Or perhaps you have an idea for a new piece of content, but you'd like to check the Divvy archive for a past, approved piece that can be repurposed?
Enter Divvy Search.
Users can search for content via two areas in Divvy. There is the persistent search box located in the top header of the platform (shown above). Or you can go to the Content interface and click the Search tab, which provides an additional search input field.
Divvy search works like most other boolean search tools in that you can input a single keyword or a phrase to find the content you are looking for. Current searchable fields include a content item's headline, summary/description and body content. Additional, searchable fields will be added to the search tool in the near future.
Upon initiating a search, you will be transitioned to the search results view (within the Content interface) and you'll see matching search results with basic information about the content item. A single click on the content item title will take you to its content editor screen.