When I using the "Quick Search", putting quotes around the phrase should result in only those word in the order "inside the quotes"
When I search for "Outlook Ideas" in the quick search:
DESIRED BEHAVIOR: Results should only include emails where the phrase "Change Request" is found.
Example Desired Results:
1. Body: "Did you complete that CHANGE REQUEST I sent to you last week?"
2. Subject Line "Questions regarding CHANGE REQUEST 1234235"
3. Attachment contains: CHANGE REQUEST
CURRENT UNDESIRED BEHAVIOR: Results include items where the word "Change" and "Request" both appear, but not necessarily sequentially or in that order. This is NOT optimal when "quotes" are used around the words.
Example UNDESIRABLE Results:
1. Subject: REQUEST to approve time off. Body "I hate the time CHANGE and want to come in late Monday. Is that okay?"
2. Body: Did you CHANGE your hair? Is that really what you Requested the stylist to do? Whoa!"
What happened to the dialog box in instant search that allowed user to pick which search criteria would appear in the box. I liked that style better. But if staying with new technique, change so the first criteria user selects comes up with words between quotes highlighted. Currently, that only happens when a second (or more) criteria is selected. Whatever user types immediately replaces the words between quotes for second criteria, but first criteria requires deleting the search words manually.