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This training video is part four of a tutorial series about the beginning and advanced ways to use a find in FileMaker from Claris.
This tutorial focuses on the Quick Find feature which is different than the normal finds in our other videos.
See part 1 here: https://youtu.be/KCnv-QyxGIE (Find, Constrain, Extend, and more!)
See part 2 here: https://youtu.be/Hlf87fTdWvc (basic operators demonstrated)
See part 3 here: https://youtu.be/iaZfzin-E9w (advanced operators demonstrated)
See another demonstration of the Quick Find in action partnered with a script trigger for modern day technological search capabilities and portal filtering: https://youtu.be/-oBi_f85pHQ
Performing a find in Claris FileMaker is one of the most common actions as a user and developer. But have you ever really taken a few moments to test, compare, and understand the multitude of options available?
Quick Find is quite powerful when used properly.
Rather than reading through extensive manuals, we visually demonstrate how to take control over the possible options as a developer.
Knowing when to use the best techniques can save so much time and frustration for years to come.
Every new tip you learn can save hours and hours of time as a user or developer. This video could be used as a training video for new users so they can get up to speed on how to make the most of the powerful search possibilities.
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