About this talk
GRAX Labs presents "New Search Capabilities with GRAX." With GRAX Search, users can easily:
- Configure objects for Search
- Perform a basic full-text search across the latest versions
- Perform a detailed filtered search on specific GRAX system fields
The new GRAX Search provides Salesforce admins and Salesforce end-users the ability to easily search through their historical data inside of the GRAX's enhanced UI.
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Hello, this is Dave Mackey. And welcome to another episode of GRAX Labs. Today, we are going to take a look at the new search feature within the GRAX Console.
So what we're going to see here is I clicked on the search tab. Initially, I am able to search very quickly by an ID.
So if I know that ID let's take, for example, this account ID - come over here, drop in that ID, click search.
And we're going to see here in a matter of seconds, it's going to pull up this record, this account record directly from my GRAX repository.
Also, if I go back to search, have the ability over here to click 'advanced'. So when I click 'advanced', it's going to pull up my list of objects.
I'm going to let's say, move this to contact. It's going to pull in a few fields by default.
I can change my status. I can put in any filter criteria down below that I would like. So let's just move this again to opportunity.
It's going to pull a name field. Let's just look for archived opportunities. As an example, let's just click 'search'. It's going to pull up four opportunities.
I'm then able to drill into these opportunities, click on them to restore them if I needed to restore them. So we can see here, I'd have that restore all records, or again, I'm able just to drill in.
So in the next episode, on GRAX Labs, we're going to go into more detail of the detailed view of this record here.
Any questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Thank you!
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