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Many of the user doesn't know the option of the filter "Creation Date".
By default, this is somehow set to "Past Year". Since the search result is filtered by this, all the results are not shown, even if there IS answer or information which is looked for.
My proposal is to set the default value to "Any" for this Creation Date filter, then, I can search for the results in one step. No more need to select filter every time after keyword search.
If there is a way to change this default value, it would be helpful if you could let me know.
Ed WalkerTexas Instruments Online Support - Systems & Tools
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In reply to EdWalker:
In reply to Jim Carrillo:
Hi Ed-san, Jim-san,
Thanks for your support and reply.
I understand. However, I believe there ARE worthful or expected information in the old posts.
If "Creation Date" default value could be set by user option, that might be nice.
One another opinion I have is, it would be nice to have "sort by view counts" for search results.
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