Just like any other search engine, Microsoft Search supports advanced search queries. You can build these advanced queries by adding various operators and property filters to the search keywords. This recipe will show you how to do that.
For our scenario, let's say that, as a product design engineer, I am working on a design proposal for a new product. I remember that a similar proposal was presented by one of my colleagues, Irvin Sayers, in the not so recent past. I liked the proposal and would like to use it as a template for my presentation. In this recipe, we will see how I can use an advanced search to narrow down the results to quickly find this proposal.
You can access Microsoft Search from any workload in your Microsoft 365 tenant. You can also search from within the apps that are installed locally on your computer, as long as they are connected to the Microsoft 365 tenant. Search will only return...