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List pages in HoriZZon and the Team Server have a search box for searching and filtering the items on the page. Searching can be performed in two ways: via regular search and using query-based search. With regular search you enter a search term and specific details of the list items are scanned for that value. With query-based search specific filters combined with a search term are used. The list item detail associated with the filter is scanned for that value.

Regular search is available on both the HoriZZon and Team Server pages. Query-based search is only available on the Team Server pages.

Regular search

Regular search is possible on all list pages in HoriZZon and the Team Server that have the search box. To perform a regular search on one of the list pages, enter a search term in the search box and press Enter. 



When searching for data, the following details of the items are scanned for the search term:

PageWhat is searched?
Sites, DashboardsAll items that have the search term in their name.
UsersAll items that have the search term in their full name or e-mail address.
Groups, Packages, ProjectsAll items that have the search term in their name or description.


On the Team Server pages it is possible to combine multiple search terms in one search action. This is not supported on the HoriZZon Sites and Dashboards pages.


Example of a regular search on the Users page

Examples of regular search

The table below shows some examples of regular search, based on the possibilities for the Users page.

Search entryWhat is searched?
oneAll items that have "one" in their full name or e-mail address.
"y one"All items that have "y one" in their full name or e-mail address.
y one

All items that have "y" or "one" in their full name or e-mail address.

This is not supported for the Sites and Dashboards pages. This type of entry will be interpreted as being one search term (similar to "y one").

Query-based search

Query-based search uses a filter combined with a search term. Query-based search is supported on the Team Server list pages: Users, Groups, Members, Packages, and Projects. Query-based search can be useful to narrow down a search or perform a more specific search.

To perform a query-based search, enter a filter name including colon followed by a search term in the search box, and press Enter.



The used filter determines the item detail that is scanned for the search term. When entering a search term next to a filter name you can type any text, except for the "role:" filter. For this filter only the following values can be used as search term: sysadmin, admin, leaddesigner, designer, contributor, and consumer. Take note that the values are case sensitive; use only small letters.

The following filters can be used:

PageFilterWhat is searched?
Users, Groups, Members

name:<value>

description:<value>

role:<predefined value>

All items that have <value> in their full name.

All items that have <value> in their description.

All items that have <predefined value> as role.

Packages, Projects

name:<value>

description:<value>

All items that have <value> in their full name.

All items that have <value> in their description.


It is possible to combine multiple filters in one search action, or to combine a filter with a regular search.


Example of a query-based search on the Users page

Examples of query-based search

The table below shows some examples of query-based search and query-based search combined with regular search, based on the possibilities for the Users page.

Search entryWhat is searched?
role:designerAll items that have the role "Designer".
name:oneAll items that have "one" in their full name.
name:"y one"All items that have "y one" in their full name.
name:y oneAll items that have "y" in their full name or "one" in their name or e-mail address.
role:admin name:oneAll items that have the role "Administrator" or have "one" in their full name.
role:admin "y one"All items that have the role "Administrator" or have "y one" in their full name or e-mail address.