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  • Full text search. The easiest way to find content from a previous project or shared library is to use Box’s full text search engine. Start by typing what you remember about the content, such as the project number, filename, folder name, text from the document or information in the description. Box’s search engine will refine and filter the results and point you to the information you are looking for.
  • Tags. Use tags to organize content for search, indexing and retrieval. You can tag all folders with appropriate labels, such as “Building Codes”, “Fire Protection” or “Environmental Regulations.” People can use their own tags to create their personalized views into content.
  • Advanced search. You can refine search results by files, folders, date, size, name and location in Box. 


Figure 1: This search uses file, folder name and relevancy to return results.


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