In larger libraries, finding records with a single search criterion may not be efficient. To avoid sifting through thousands of media files, you may need to use more than one search criterion. Razzbonic lets you do this in three different ways.
1: Search [*] global. [ ] Within Results
You can decide to do a global search (the default search) or search exclusively within the currently posted results.
2: Combine terms
You can do a Boolean-style search for files. The robust combined terms search tool has capacities to look for more dedicated, refined selections:
3: Only within fields
A dialoge box will appear giving you the options when you want a specific search within certain fields. You may narrow your searches even further by checking the apporiate boxess or multiple boxes.
The link option appears in the share window as the chain-link icon. You'll be asked to provide an Expiration Date. Additionally, you can enter more details when creating a link. You can enable a required password to open the link or not.