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Help: Search History
What is the Search History page?
The Search History page records all the searches you have run during the current session. It allows you to run searches again, modify them, combine them with other searches or delete them from your list.
The top section of the Search History page indicates which Search History you are viewing by a highlight, shows you the number of searches in each list, and provides links to the other Search History pages. There are separate Search Histories for each search in C19 Index. Click a link to view the Search History for a different area of C19 Index.
Note that the searches on the Search History page are only retained for a single session, so any information recorded there will be lost once you exit C19 Index. If you want to keep a search beyond the current session then you must save it to the My Archive area. Please also note that results from a Quick Search are not stored in the Search History.
Click the Search History link in the main areas of C19 Index to open the Search History index.
Note that only the terms of your search are recorded, not the results of the search itself.
Each entry in the list consists of:
Running a search
The results of the search will be displayed on the Search Results page.
Adding a search to My Archive
To save a search for use beyond the length of the current session you must save it to My Archive:
The My Archive: Name a Saved Search page is displayed.
The My Archive: Saved Searches page is displayed showing your search at the top of the list (note that if you have not already logged in to My Archive you will be prompted to do so).
Modifying a search
You may want to change elements of a search to widen or narrow the scope. Instead of having to enter your search terms all over again, you can use the Modify search link.
The search page, along with all the search terms you originally specified, is displayed.
You may wish to combine previous searches from the Search History list and see how it affects the number of results retrieved:
When the search is complete the Search Results page will open.