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How to use Global Search to find your campaigns
How to use Global Search to find your campaigns

Leverage global search on Uniqode’s dashboard and gain deeper insights into your QR Code campaigns.

Shweta Rao avatar
Written by Shweta Rao
Updated over a week ago

Uniqode's Global Search empowers you to find the information you need about your campaigns faster and more efficiently than ever.

Pre-requisites

Global search is available to all users on all plans.

What is Global Search?

Global search helps you with:

  • Effortless Discovery: Locate specific QR Codes, Forms, Linkpages, and landing pages within your Uniqode account.

  • Deeper Insights: Search all available data points associated with your QR Codes, Forms, Linkpages, and landing pages ensuring no detail goes unnoticed.

  • Streamlined Workflow: Refine searches and identify relevant search results with powerful filtering and sorting options.

Here's a breakdown of the key features that elevate your search experience:

  1. Global Search Powerhouse: Get relevant help articles alongside search results.

  2. Deeper Search: Search across details of your campaigns within search results.

  3. Filter and Sort Results: Focus on specific campaign types or sort results to refine your search with powerful filtering and sorting options. Focus on specific campaign types, sort by name, campaign, creation date, or any other relevant data point.

  4. Saved Recent Searches: Easily revisit past searches without needing to re-enter queries.

How to use Global Search to find your QR Code

  1. Locate the search button 🔍 on the top navigation bar.

  2. Type your search term. Global search will offer relevant campaigns and help doc articles that match your query.

  3. Use the available filters and sorting options alongside the search results to narrow down your results and pinpoint the specific campaign you are seeking.

  4. Explore the comprehensive list of relevant results and potentially helpful knowledge-base articles based on your query.

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