Self-service search for Content Collaboration
Use self-service search to get insight into the events associated with the Content Collaboration data source.
To view the events, select Content Collaboration from the list, select the time period, and then click Search.
You see the following self-service search page for the Content Collaboration data source.
Content Collaboration events and its timeline details are shown on the page. You can search and filter the data using the facets and search queries.
Select the facets to filter events
Use the following facets that are associated to the Content Collaboration data source.
Is Employee- Search events based on user’s employment status in an enterprise.
Operation Name- Search events based on the operations such as browse, copy, create.
Byte Total- Search events based on the size of files downloaded.
For example, you want to view the events of users who have downloaded files in the last one month and the total bytes downloaded in between 0 to 50 MB. Select Download in the Operation Name facet and 0-50 MB in the Bytes Total facet. Select the time period. The search page displays the events corresponding to the download operation.
Specify search query to filter events
When you place your cursor in the search box, you get the list of search suggestions for the Content Collaboration data source. Use the search suggestions to specify your query and filter the events.
You can also use operators in your search queries to narrow the focus of your search. For more information on the valid operators, see Use search query in the search box to filter events.
For example, you want to search for the events originating from India and file size is greater than 900,000 bytes. Specify the following query as shown in the figure.
Specify the required word in the search box to get the related suggestions.
Click Country, the equal sign, and then specify the value. The value specified is India.
Use the AND and > operators in your search query.
Select the time period and click Search to view the events based on your search query.
For more information on how to use self-service search, see the About self-service search topic.