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[FAQ] How do I use search filters on E2E?

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Here you will learn how to use the search filters on E2E.  The search filters are great tools on the search results page to narrow down your results after searching on E2E.

  • The search filters on E2E allow you to better find your answers when searching on E2E.

     

    1. Search for technical answers using your part or tool number and keywords (see FAQ thread "How do I search on E2E?" https://e2e.ti.com/support/site_support/f/1024/t/691651).

    2. From this search results page, you will see several types of filters:

    • Below the search bar, you can view by post or thread using the toggle button. To the right of the toggle button, you can use the drop down menu to sort by relevance or age of thread.
    • On the left of the search results page, you can use the filter list to narrow your search further. See the chart at the end of this post for descriptions of the filters.

    Type of Filter

    Explanation

    View by post or thread

    • Post - single entry
    • Thread - collection of posts related to a particular topic

    Sort by

    • Relevance (default)
    • Oldest to newest
    • Newest to oldest

    Content Source

    • All - all E2E content
    • Forums - Filter only by forum content (forum threads or forum posts)
    • Blogs - Filter only by E2E blog content
    • Files - filter only by files
    • Groups - filter by all group content

    Posted by

    • Drop-down menu to filter by specific community members

    Tagged with

    • Drop-down menu to filter by a specific tag within a thread or post

    Reply

    • Resolved
    • TI Thinks resolved
    • Answer suggested
    • Has replies by TI employees
    • Has replies

    Creation date

    • Filter by age of thread/post

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