Basic Project Search

1. log in to the Strawberry user interface with your credentials.
2. Select a search tab or create a new search tab by clicking on the + button next to an existing tab.

3. Make sure that the Projects search filter is selected.

4. Enter your search term into the search field. You don’t need to press enter, as the search will start instantly as you type. Strawberry searches through the following project metadata by default.

  • Project name
  • Custom Project Metadata (as provided upon project creation)
  • Work in progress status
  • Template

Advanced Project Search

You can further narrow down project search results by using Strawberry’s advanced search.

1. Follow the above steps inside the “Basic Search” paragraph
2. Click on the “Show Advanced Search” icon next to your Project & Assets search filter

3. The following search filters will appear:

Storage Location Filter

You can enable/disable individual storage location filters by clicking on them. Right-click on a filter to perform bulk actions for that filter.

  • Online (left icon) – Searches for projects on the online storage
  • Library (middle icon) – Searches for library projects
  • Archive (right icon) – Searches for projects that are in the archive

Range Search

When hovering over the clock icon, a range search will appear. Use the search to filter projects by time segments.

1. Hover over the clock icon.
2. Select a From and an Until date.
3. Click on the Confirm button to start the search.

If you wish to reset your current range search, repeat steps 1 and 2 and then click on the Reset button.

Status Filter

Click on the drop-down menu to narrow down your project search results by their work-in-progress status.


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