Projects

You can search for projects based on:

  • Project name
  • Client name
  • Tags (OR by default. AND with "quotation" marks)
  • People working on a project (e.g. Rowan Savage to find all projects with Rowan working on it)
  • Team working on projects (e.g. Rockstars to find all projects with team members of Rockstars working on them)
  • Your projects (Click the person icon. Only available if your login email is associated with a person in Runn)
  • Starred (Click the star icon, after starring your projects)

By default, Runn's search includes matches on all search types. For example, a Project called Website Support and a project with the tag Website will both appear for when you search for Website.

Tags - OR / AND search

By default, searching for two tags such as Website Mobile will be an OR search, it will find projects for that are tagged with Website or tagged with Mobile.


To search using AND type each tag inside quotation marks such as "Website" "Mobile" this will only find projects that have both the Website tag and the Mobile tag.

Single Category Search
If you only want to search for one category, you can add a prefix before the search. Supported prefixes are:

  • Project: project:Website Support
  • Client: client:Google
  • Tags: tag:Website
  • Team: team:Rockstars
  • Person: person:Rowan

Note: There is no space between the colon and search terms

People

You can search for projects based on:

  • Person name
  • Role name
  • Team name
  • Projects (e.g. Website Support to find all people working on Website Support)
  • Clients (e.g. Google will find all people working on Google projects
  • Yourself (Click the person icon. Only available if your login email is associated with a person in Runn)
  • Starred (Click the star icon, after starring people)

By default, Runn's search includes matches on all search types. For example, a person with the role Developer and a project with the tag Developer will both appear for when you search for Developer.

Tags - OR / AND search

By default searching for two tags such as React Australia will be an OR search, it will find people for that are tagged with React or tagged with Australia.


To search using AND type each tag inside quotation marks such as "React" "Australia" this will only find people that have bother the React tag and the Australia tag.

Single Category Search
If you only want to search for one category, you can add a prefix before the search. Supported prefixes are (note - there is no space):

  • Person: person:Rowan
  • Role: role:Developer
  • Team: team:Rockstars
  • Project: project:Website Support
  • Client: client:Google

Note: There is no space between the colon and search terms

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