ScrumDo lets you find or filter work cards from several areas on the site, including the search box that will popup when you click on the magnifying lens icon on the top right of your board. Here are some easy-to-follow examples of search queries to familiarize you with this functionality:

          star wars - Returns all cards that contains the text “star wars”
          assigned: mhughes - Returns all cards that are assigned to user mhughes
          tag: bug - Returns all cards that are tagged with the tag "bug"
          assigned: mhughes, assigned: bob, tag: bug, star wars - Returns all cards
          that are assigned to either mhughes or bob and have the bug tag and contain
          the text “star wars”

Search Criteria

Free Text
Typing free text into the search box will return all anywhere within the card or the comments of that card.

          Example: my search

By number
You can find a card by it’s ID number simply by including the hash (#) symbol. Search for multiple card numbers by separating them with commas.

          Example: #10
          Example: #10,#101,#35

By Assignee
You can find cards assigned to someone by typing assigned: and their username.

          Example: assigned: mhughes

By Status
Find cards of a particular status by typing status: and the status.

          Example: status: done

By Collection
Find cards in a collection number with collection: and the number.

          Example: collection: 5

By Date
You can search for cards created or modified before or after a given date.  

For date format, you can use yyyy-mm-dd or mm/dd/yyyy
          Example: after: 2016-10-01

          Example: after: 10/1/2016 

          Example: createdafter: 2016-10-01 Finds all stories created after October,
                           1st, 2012

          Example: createdbefore: 2016-10-01 Finds all stories created before
                           October, 1st, 2016

          Example: updatedafter: 2016-10-01 

          Example: after: 2016-10-01 Both of these finds all stories last updated after
                           October, 1st, 2016

          Example: updatedbefore: 2016-10-01 

          Example: before: 2016-10-01 Both of these finds all stories last updated
                           before October, 1st, 2016

By Category
Search for cards in a specific category with the category (or cat) keyword. 

          Example: category: bug
          Example: cat: bug

By Tag
Search for cards with a specific tag with the tag keyword.
          Example: tag: release_1
By Cell
Search for cards found in specific cells within your board.
          Example: cell: Reviewing 

Multiple criteria
You can separate criteria with commas to search for more than one. Our internal search engine treats a comma as a logical “or” when it's separating terms within the same criteria, and as a logical “and” when it's separating different criteria.

          Example: assigned: mhughes, status: done
                           Searches for cartds assigned to mhughes that are also done.

          Example: assigned: mhughes, assigned: jdoe
                           Searches for cards assigned to mhughes or jdoe

          Example: assigned: mhughes, assigned: jdoe, status: done
                           Searches for cards assigned to either mhughes or jdoe and
                           that are also done.

          Example: assigned: mhughes, assigned: jdoe, star wars
                           Searches for stories assigned to either mhughes or jdoe and
                           are marked done and contain the text ‘star wars’

Filter Widget

Starting from the left, clicking the cog icon will show a list of previously saved queries that you can pick from. By clicking the silhouette icon, your user name will appear in the box and all cards and subtasks assigned to you will appear on the board. And of course, when you are looking for something quickly on the board filter the keyword by typing it in the box.
The funnel icon on the right side or our filter widget will open a Filter Builder window  that helps you build more complex searches(see the full length article). It will also let you save that search criteria to be reused in the future.

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