All transcripts on the website are searched for the words and phrases you provide in the Transcript Search box. A phrase is a group of words in double quotes that must occur together in a transcript. If you enter more than one word or phrase the search will match transcripts that contain any of the words or phrases you provided. The key word AND, entered in capitals, can be used to require both of the words or phrases appearing on either side of AND (See examples below).
You can add an asterisk after a search term to search for all words that start with the word before the asterisk. For example: allow* will match allow, allows, allowing and allowed.
Search results are presented for each transcript that matched your search query. The order of the search results can be changed in the selection box at the top of the search results. You can choose the maximum number of transcript matches by setting the number in the Maximum Results box.
More search options are available if you click More Options. This includes entries for session title search, session topics search and filters for the participant's Essence and focus names.
All search terms you provide will be required to appear in the same transcript. For example, if you enter "quartz" in the Transcript Search box and "rain" in the Title Search box, only transcripts that have both "quartz" in the transcript and "rain" in the title will be found.
The Essence Name and Focus Name entries can be used alone without transcript, title or topics search terms. In that case, the search will find any sessions, with or without transcripts, that have a participant with the Essence and/or Focus name you provide.
For tips on how to search click here