GitBook’s quick find palette lets you search for content across all your organizations, and jump between them fast.
All member roles can use the quick find, but members will only be able to search the internal content they have permission to access.
How to use quick find
You can open the quick find palette by pressing ⌘ + K on Mac or Ctrl + K on PC.
Results from the space you’re currently in appear at the top, followed by results from other spaces from the organization you’re currently working in — as well as other organizations you are a member of.
When you select a search result from an organization, you’ll switch to browsing that organization. To go back, use quick find to select a document in the organization you were in before, or use the organization switcher in the sidebar.
We do not currently support the ability to prioritize certain content in quick find results.
Quick find is compliant with your team’s permission settings, meaning that users will only be able to search the content they have permission to access.
Please note: Multiple space search is not available when viewing a published GitBook space via its public URL. It’s only available to logged-in members of a GitBook organization while they view the space in the GitBook app, based on their permission settings. External visitors of a public space can only search that space.
We index your content by grouping it into sections. Sections are denoted using H1, H2 or H3 Headings, with the content that follows them forming part a section.
Each result shows the first three lines of information below the section header. If your section is too big, your keyword match may not appear in the preview — but don’t worry, quick find still found a match!