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An interface to efficiently find items in a long list, typically by typing keywords into a text box.

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posts will appear on top in search results and there's no changing this. Do the above rules go against user expectation because we're showing them different results depending on whether there's an exact match or not? …
asked Aug 11 '15 by Komal Waseem
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I'm trying to figure out a design for advanced search panel where a user can apply multiple search criteria. For example, they can search for a post by keyword shared with a specific user … - "testkeyword to:komal" where the to: filter further has a list of users to select from. This is quite similar to gmail's advanced search panel on desktop browser where the user can select from drop-down …
asked Jun 16 '14 by Komal Waseem
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I've been trying to figure out what these back and forward errors are meant for in gmail search view. They seem to always remain in a disabled state while the 'Done' button is always enabled. I … thought they were for navigating between long search keywords but that doesn't seem to be the case either. Even if they aren't for that purpose, is it a good idea to have these arrows to shift cursor between keywords? Btw in gmail compose view, these arrows are meant to navigate between fields. …
asked Jun 27 '14 by Komal Waseem