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As a consumer of community content I want to be able to search within a "product" or "group" in the community, but it seems the search is global (across all community content).
@Jonathan Watkins you can browse tags in any collection in the sidebar, or construct your own query using a parameterized URL. For example, here are posts in the Jira collection with the "cloud" tag: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/tag/cloud/tg-p/category-id/jira
There are also lots of options for filtering your feed on the community homepage, if you haven't tried that yet! More on that here.
@Monique vdB Thanks... I think this makes sense but doesn't really help my specific use case.
In this instance, I'm trying to look through previous questions asked to the Trello community page: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Trello/ct-p/trello to see if my question has been answered already... but there's no search box or tags for me to search against... I think I'm looking for a natural language search anyway, not a tag search. Just feels like there should be. Sounds like it's not something Atlassian has implemented.
@Jonathan Watkins I see what you're saying -- we do have a ticket in the backlog to restrict search by collection, because we know that would be useful! It's just not implemented today.
I would just search your question using the word "trello" in your search and if you don't find anything that looks right, you're safe to ask.
@Jonathan Watkins and @Scott Theus and @Daniel Eads _unmonitored account_ our dev just told me there's a workaround for this! Here's how to search in the Trello category. Just change the bolded part to whatever you want!