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Add the ability to search feedback

Omnipress 8 years ago in New features • updated by Sergey Stukov (co-founder) 7 years ago 4
I'm surprised there's no ability to perform a real search on the feedback. With hundreds of entries, what if you want to locate a particular one? What if you want to find all the feedback left by one user?

I understand one can start typing in the feedback box, but I'm not sure it's clear to the end user how it works and how specific the search gets.

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to see all the reviews for a specific user need to click on his avatar or username and you will see a page with all user feedback, comments e.t.c

when entering text in the upper row of input the system searches the entire database of feedback using treir titles and detailed descriptions and tries to display them in descending order of relevance as a search engine

how do you think may be we need replace "next" button's caption with "search" ?
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perhaps an advanced search option.

So users could search using multiple criteria,
search where:
title contains: the ability
category is one of: New Features, Existing Features
status is: Under Review, Unmarked

this would allow specific searches.
Ok thanks for suggestion, we making high customizable dashboard feature now, will consider about this feature after finishing current.

Why not change the text from " Write your suggestion...(idea,bug,question,thanks)" to something like "Write your suggestion...(idea,bug,question,thanks) or search for keywords"  as an interim solution?

Thanks, really good suggestion, will apply it soon
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to see all the reviews for a specific user need to click on his avatar or username and you will see a page with all user feedback, comments e.t.c

when entering text in the upper row of input the system searches the entire database of feedback using treir titles and detailed descriptions and tries to display them in descending order of relevance as a search engine

how do you think may be we need replace "next" button's caption with "search" ?