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Asked: Aug 21 '11 at 13:20

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Last updated: Feb 11 '12 at 07:17


I was looking for a past answer I had posted so I could put a link to it and had to search through all my past answers. I had a clue as how many points it had, but that still took a while searching through every answer I had to find it.

If we could have a search box like we do for questions that would find the answer we posted we want to find, that would be cool. It might even have search by name and date to make it easier.

Do you foresee as such a box as this for the future to be implemented into the new Inward Quest?

By the way, this search box would only search through the answers the user posted, not everyone's answers.

asked Aug 21 '11 at 13:20

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Wade Casaldi

edited Aug 21 '11 at 13:44

If you are doing searches on Inward Quest you can utilize Google and all it's associated power and advanced features.

The trick is to add the keywords to your Google search phrase.

For example, to search for postings that you might have written on the site containing the word consciousness and the word thankful (use whatever words you remember from your posting), you could go to Google and type the following: "Wade Casaldi" consciousness thankful

The quotes in the above example ensure that the phrase Wade Casaldi is searched for as one phrase.

CLICK HERE for a live example of using Google to search Inward Quest


answered Aug 21 '11 at 14:15

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Simon Templeton ♦♦

edited Feb 11 '12 at 07:17


AHHH the power of Google

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