Search... bar at the very top of the window allows you to search for files or people within your projects, campaigns, or organizations.
Search for Files or People¶
To search for files or people, follow these steps:
- Type your search terms into the
- The list will dynamically change as input is typed; matching contact names will be listed first, followed by matching file names.
- Select the person you’re looking for, the file name if you’d like to open it, or the project or folder names if you’d like to see the file in context.
The envelope icon at the top right of the screen displays your notifications. Notifications appear when someone else invites you to a project, campaign, or organization. To accept an invitation, follow these steps:
- Click on the notification icon near the top right corner of the window, just to the left of your profile picture.
- Select the green checkmark to accept the invitation.
- The project, campaign, or organization will now be visible to you.
The project filter bar directly above your project list allows you to find projects by narrowing the project list based on what you type. To filter projects, type a term in the search box as illustrated in the GIF below. Note that filtering works across organizations and campaigns. To narrow your filtered results to projects from a particular campaign or organization, first select it from feed icon on the left-hand side of the window, then type the term to filter by.
If your filter returns many results, it may help to sort the results. You can sort your results by name or by date updated, in ascending or descending order. Select
Updated from the
Sort by dropdown on the right-hand side of the filter bar. Click the gray arrow to change the sort order.
Projects will remain filtered by the search term until turned off. To remove search terms click on the
X next to individual search terms, or remove them all by clicking on the
X on the right-hand side of the filter bar.
Naming your projects in logical and consistent ways will make them easier to find. For more information on project naming and organization, please see Axiom Data Science’s Best Practices for Data Management.
Assigning labels helps group related projects together. Unlike keywords and taxonomy, labels are not formal metadata. Rather, they commonly have informal, categorical names that identify a research theme, project year, cruise name, etc. Groups of projects can be quickly located by clicking on the labels in the sidebar to the left of the project list.
For more information on how to use labels to help organize your projects, please see Axiom Data Science’s Best Practices for Data Management.
The labels that you assign to a project are unique and do not transfer to campaigns or organizations when you share your project. Labels are intentionally designed to be dynamic among projects, campaigns, and organizations, as each may have different labeling conventions.
Create a New Label¶
To create a new label, follow these steps:
- Click the label icon in the lower left-hand corner of a project entry.
- Enter a new label name in the text box.
- Select the highlighted text from the dropdown list.
- Click the checkmark icon to save.
Repeat these steps to add more than one project label.
Add a Label¶
To add a label, follow these steps:
Remove a Label¶
To remove a label, follow these steps: