Conducting searches in Affinity
Conduct searches in Affinity to quickly find the person, organization, opportunity, or list that you're looking for.
- Searching on the global navigation bar
- Searching within a list
- Can you search for specific notes in Affinity?
Searching on the global navigation bar
New shortcut: Press Alt + K on PC keyboards or Command + K on Mac keyboards to immediately access the search bar.
- Affinity will now show your recent search history for quicker access to previously visited profiles or lists.
- As soon as you start typing, you'll notice the Top matches section appear, followed by other groupings such as Organizations, People, Opportunities, and Lists.
- To narrow your search to a specific type of entity or list, you can click on the following filters:
Note: Some opportunities may have an orange "$" badge on the bottom-right corner - this indicates that the opportunity has an organization associated with it and is meant to help you quickly differentiate which opportunities have an organization associated with it from those that do not.
Searching within a list
Search within a list, either by name or through all available fields on display.
- Search by name.
- Or, search through all available fields by keyword.
- Highlighted cells will appear if they match the keyword - this is especially helpful for searching for specific notes within a list.
Can you search for specific notes in Affinity?
- Though you can search for certain notes by keywords, this is only available within the context of a list (see Step 3 above in Searching within a list).
- You cannot search across all notes on the global navigation bar at this time. Rest assured we have taken this feedback into account.