For Docs+ users, Intra-Doc Search and Enhanced Search offer faster, more precise ways of searching documents. Users can click on a search result to be taken directly to that location in the document. Search results are highlighted in the document.
Docs+ supports intra-doc search via OCR (Optical Character Recognition), which allows users to pinpoint the exact location of the search terms within the document. Now, when users search a document, the search term matches are highlighted within the search preview and in the previewer.
OCR is automatically applied to all newly uploaded documents.
In the project and global search, search term results act as links. Clicking on a search term result opens the previewer in a separate tab and takes you directly to the location of that result in the document. For example, if you searched the term “activity,” and clicked on a search term match on page ten of the document, the previewer tab would take you to page ten of that document.
In the previewer, the search flyout opens on the right, displaying all instances of the search result. You can click through to switch between these results in the document. For documents that have been document content indexed (DCI), the search term results are highlighted in the document.
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