All items in Ebsta's Activities view including emails (sent and received), meetings and calls are searchable.
Data in the Contact*, Subject and User(s)* columns are all searchable through the single search box.
* Please note Contacts and Users searched include all those related to an email so including all people on To, From and CC.
Supported Search Syntax
- + signifies AND operation
- | signifies OR operation
- - negates a word as a NOT operation
- " groups a number of words to signify a phrase for searching
- (and ) signify precedence
Note: all terms are automatically "left in" searches where a search for "connect" will return matches for "connections"
Note: to search for any of these special characters they will need to be escaped with \
1. Simple keyword search
Search string - checking. This displays all emails, meetings, calls that include the word "checking" in the Subject, Contact email address or User email address.
2. Subject keyword search from a specific contact
Search string - nicholas checking. This displays all emails, meetings, calls that collectively include the word "nicholas" AND "checking" in the Subject, Contact email address or User email address.
3. Subject search including a NOT
Search string - checking -re. This displays all emails, meetings, calls that include the word "checking" in the Subject, Contact email address or User email address and do not contain the word "re"
Filters in the Activity and Date columns allow for further filtering of results.
In this column you can filter the results by a specific date range.
You can filter the results view by type of activity. If for example you just want to see all sent emails, uncheck all the boxes except Sent Emails and click Apply.
The Subject and Date columns can be ordered. In the Date column, all activities are ordered in chronological order and in Subject, in alphabetical order.
You can return to the default search result set at any time by clicking Clear Filters. This clears all search terms, filters, order bys and returns to the default view.