Search for resources
on Docs.com and you may end up with so many results, that you may be bewildered. Fortunately, you can filter
these search results to show only files of a particular type, license, or language -- in this tutorial we'll
explore how to filter search result in Docs.com.
- Search for a topic in the
Docs.com site, and you'll see the results come
up, as shown in Figure 1.
Within the search results page you'll find four options to filter them, as marked in Figure 1
above. These options are explained below:
Figure 1: Search result
- Results: Here you can view the number of searched files. This of course is not a filter
option, but as you filter using the next three options, the number that you see here will vary.
- Content type: Click to bring a drop-down list which provides list of file types, as shown
in Figure 2. Choose the file type to see the result in selected file type only. These file
types represent the formats that Docs.com currently supports, and the list may change to support more file types
in the future.
Figure 2: Content type
- License: This brings up a drop-down list with various
licenses, as shown
in Figure 3. Choose any license to filter the search result. These licenses are similar to the
Creative Commons licenses, but they are not spelled out as Creative Commons on the Docs site.
Figure 3: License
- Language: Click to bring a drop-down list with different languages, as
shown in Figure 4. Choose a language to see the results for files in the selected language only. Do note that
results might diminish if you choose a language that has fewer files uploaded.
Figure 4: Language
- You can use one or all of these options to filter your search results.
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