When searching on a Curiosity application, you will often see the search interface:

This interface provides you a powerful way to navigate, sort and filter your data, using both the content, metadata and the knowledge graph to assist you.

The main features of this interface are:

On the upper right sight of the window you can see how many hits you have for your search terms. You can also re-order the results by date or ranking, with a click on the icon next to it:

Search Box

Use the search box to type your search query. As you enter search terms, a small popup will display below the search box, with autocomplete suggestions to what you typed so far:

You might be able to change what you're searching on by clicking on the dropdown next to the search box. There might be more options available on your system, depending on the data sources and how it was configured for your data:

Search Filters

On the left side of your search page, you will find the list of filters you can use to refine your search results. Scroll down to see how many different filters are suggested, or use the smaller search box on the top to find the filter you want:

For filters that are using the knowledge graph (usually the ones with icons next to the name), you can also click on the + button next to it to see more filters:

Search Results

You can click on the title of each search result to open the full view of the result:

On the top of the preview window, you'll see the options to make it full screen, open in a new window, or close the preview:

You can also right-click the title to see more options:

On the bottom of the window, you'll find options such as Bookmark and Collections, Comments, Share or view on the knowledge graph:

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