Clubhouse provides several ways to quickly find particular Stories in your Organization. You can find the Search page by clicking the magnifying glass icon in the lower left-hand corner of the Clubhouse sidebar.
You can search for Stories using keywords and phrases by using the search bar on the page. The Search results currently include any matches on Story Titles and/or Description, and are shown in order of relevance. (Note: Sorting is not yet supported.)
The "Load More Results" button will show you more Stories.
To clear the search bar and results, click the x within the Search bar.
Using Search Operators
You can use search operators to further narrow your search results. By default, all queries will use `AND` when combining multiple operators.
You can filter using the following operators:
For more information about search operator usage and definitions, please refer to this article: Search Operators
You can also see our basic search operators on the bottom of the Search page:
As mentioned above, search operations use `AND` logic. For example, if you typed in owner:max owner:mark, it would yield results for Stories that were owned by both the "max" and "mark". `OR` searches are note yet supported.
In the example below, we want to find Stories that are owned by both Pavla and Abby by searching owner:abbya owner:pavla. Note, you must use the username not the user's name.
To find Stories within those results that are within our "API" Project, we'd append project:API to the search.
The Search Bar
In addition to our Search page, there is a persistent Search bar throughout most of your Clubhouse. It functions exactly the same way as our regular Search page and will show you a quick-view of any results. It will also give you the option to view the results on the Search page.
Quick Filtering Stories
In addition to our Search page, there is a Quick Filter function on the Stories page. This functions differently than our main Search.
You can filter by user, label, or keyword by clicking the Add Filter button in the left sidebar. You can filter across many different fields by selecting a Quick Filter or searching for a label or keyword.
For more information about Quick Filtering, check out this article.