Brightspot CMS User Guide

Search display options

The search panel includes a variety of controls you can use to modify the listing of retrieved items.

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For more information on the available controls in the image above, see below:

  • Display Mode—Allows you to view search results in different views depending on preference. For details, see Understanding search panel views.
  • Select Fields—Allows you to show or hide search result column fields like publish user, workflow state, status, and more. For details, see Adding fields to search results.
  • Sort—Allows you to sort search results by a number of different criteria, like publish date, update date, and more.
  • Show—Allows you to set the number of results that appear on each search result page.
  • Zoom—Allows you to increase or decrease the size of search results for visibility.
  • Pagination—Allows you to quickly jump to another page of search results.
  • Actions—Allows you to take additional actions on search results, like printing or saving. For details, see Search actions.
  • Full-screen—Opens the search results panel in a full-screen mode for better visibility.
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