After you've gotten your search results, there are 3 different ways you can view them.
You can see how many results your search has produced at the top of the results grid.
You can refresh the search results by clicking the refresh icon.
You can then quickly switch between ways of visualising your data. There are three different search views available:
This is the default view and allows you to view your data in a tabular format, and open any specific record. In this view, you can:
- Sort the data by any of the available columns. Simply click on the header, such as 'Organisation' if you'd like your results sorted alphabetically by Organisation
- Edit any text field by double clicking on any free text cell. For example, you can edit a Stakeholder's first name by double clicking on it, and changing it to what you need. A small save icon will appear up in the top right corner of the grid.
- Highlight multiple cells by clicking and dragging on the grid, and right-click to copy anything highlighted.
This view shows a graphical representation of classifications related to the original entity you’ve searched upon.
Typically, a Stakeholder search will show a breakdown of Stakeholder Groups and Stakeholder Distribution Lists, an Event Search will show Event Types, and Issues, and Properties will show Property Groups and Property Distribution Lists.
These may be different depending on the set up of your system.
This view allows you to gain a geographical perspective on the data which helps locate hotspots for common issues and interactions. Easily identify, predict and act on high-activity areas by using this search view.
This view will show any entity within your search parameters that contains a valid address. This means you may have multiple search results, but only a select amount will appear on the map. Using the above screenshot as an example, the search delivered 6 results, but only 3 appear on the map as there are only 3 records in those results with valid addresses.
Clicking on a specific pin will open that record in the workspace.
Want to know more about layering your search? Have a look at our 'How to Search' article.