You can use the search function in Taxi to search for projects, mailings and versions on your account. This saves time searching through pages of projects, mailings or versions. You can find the search function on the bottom left of your Taxi screen.
There are two things that we suggest to improve the search results:
1. There are advance search symbols:
'-' exclude documents that contain the term from the search results. The '-' operator only applies to individual terms.
For example, to exclude documents that contain the term email in the default search field, specify: '-email'. Searching for 'new -email' retrieves all documents that do not contain the term email, but do contain the term new.
'|' include documents that contain the term in the search results, even if they don't contain the other terms. The '|' operator only applies to individual terms.
For example, to include documents that contain either of two terms, specify: 'term1 |term2'. Searching for 'new email | campaign' includes documents that contain both 'new' and 'email', or the term 'campaign'.
'*' This matches results that contain the prefix followed by zero or more characters. You must specify at least one character as the prefix.
For example, to include documents that contain 'term1' or 'term2' or 'terminal', specify: 'term*'. Searching for 'term*' includes documents that contain any of the words that starts with 'term'.
2. Try to avoid using _ (underscore) in the names:
This will help the search results. Names should be divided by spaces, if you want to effectively search through all the emails.
Examples of using an underscore: MyPrettyEmail, My_Pretty_Email, My-Pretty-Email
Good example no underscore: My Pretty Email