Searching for documents in Docubase
Finding documents when you need them is crucial, and therefore I like to say a document management system is only as good as its search capabilities.
Luckily for us, Tessi Docubase offers one of the most intuitive and flexible search forms in the business.
Every time you log into Docubase, the first thing you see is your search form. In any of the index fields, you may enter or pick what you are looking for from the drop-down. However what if you only know a partial value of the index field? This is where the use of wild cards can be extremely helpful.
These fields allow the ‘*’ symbol as a wildcard, so for example the search “v*” in the “ACCOUNT TYPE” field would bring back documents matching account types with “var” or vendor” in the hit list. Entering only the asterisk would return all stored documents.
If a user has multiple search forms available, they can find them in the magnifying glass on the left side panel. These can be sorted into groups by the users who make the search forms, along with a default group of most used search forms. There is also a setting to allow users to search by document or GED id, which are generated by the system when the document is first indexed.
The Hit List search can also be in two different formats, but I’ll talk about that in the next newsletter.
Remember if you have any questions regarding using Docubase just reach out to us via our website or email email@example.com and we will get right back to you.
Happy searching! ~Omar