Lorena Gallo
Lorena Gallo
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From your Qatalog home page, you will see the ready search bar for you to type in your queries. There are two types of search:

Simple keyword search

To do a keyword search, go to the AI toggle at the end of the search bar and disable AI. When you do this, Qatalog will search across all your connected integrations using only the keywords you type in.

Qatalog will start a keyword search as you begin to type, but you can also press the enter key when you're done typing your search.

This is useful, for example, when you know the exact name of the file you're looking for but are not sure where it's stored.

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AI Search

The AI search is always toggled by default on your search bar, in case you've disabled it, switch the toggle back to green at the end of the search bar.

You can use AI search to ask natural language questions about the documents, knowledge, and other information across your integrations.

Type in your query and then press the enter key to start your search.

Types of AI searches you can do

Here's some examples of what you can search for using the AI search:

  • Summaries: Ask for a summary of the latest version of a document
  • Meetings: Check when your last or next meeting with a particular stakeholder is
  • Combine information: Get the most important information about a customer from different documents, in a single summary.

Asking follow-up questions

After you've asked a question, you have the option of asking a follow-up; you can do this by clicking on the '+' on the right side of the search bar. This will remove any text from the search bar and allow you to ask something else related to the previous query. You can then ask more follow-ups on the original query until you've gotten the specific answers you need.


Alternative search prompts

After you've done an AI-enabled search, you can also see "Alternative search prompts" under your result. These are suggested queries that we think could provide more clarity on your original question.

Clicking on any of the options will have Qatalog answer that question.


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