Finding items in the eNotebook
There are a number of different ways that you can use to find Entries in your Notebook or the Trove. You can find Entries based on the following criteria:
- Date created
- Entry type
Within your a particular Notebook you can locate specific Entries using the headings in the navigation menu on the right of the Notebook.
Browse by date created
To browse Entries by date created, click on the links beneath the Archives heading in the navigation menu on the right of the Notebook. Each link displays the Entries for the selected month in reverse chronological order. An alternative way to view Entries based upon their creation date is to use the Timeline View. See Using the Timeline View, for more information.
Browse by type
To browse Entries by type, click on the links beneath the Sections heading in the navigation menu on the right of the Notebook. Each link displays the Entries that are associated with the selected Section metadata in reverse chronological order.
Browse by subject
To browse Entries by subject, click on the links beneath the subject headings in the navigation menu on the right of the Notebook. Each link displays the Entries that are associate with the selected key-value metadata added to the Entry, where the heading represents the key, and the link represents the value for that key. The Entries are displayed in reverse chronological order.
To view view Entries by the author that created them, click the name of the author at the bottom of a Entry that user created. When you click on the name of an author on a Entry, all the comments and Entries that have been created by the selected author are displayed. You can also see details about the author, including their user name and Email address.
- To see more of the Entries or comments created by a selected user, click See All.
- To return to viewing both Entries and comments, click Show recent.
What to do next
- Using search
- Using the Timeline View
- Using URIs, QR codes, and Permalinks
- Using the Exhibit View (deprecated)
- Editing an eNotebook entry and viewing revisions