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3.0 - Updated on 2021-11-09 by Kimberly Myles

2.0 - Updated on 2021-06-22 by Fang Wang

1.0 - Authored on 2021-06-21 by Fang Wang

How to use the pilot search site


Intended for:

Fermilab employees, visitors and contractors


Scenario/Use case:

Computing has rolled out an enterprise search site at https://search.fnal.gov as a pilot. We are interested in your feedback to improve the site.

The pilot site provides a single location to conduct searches across the following Fermilab systems:


Note: Internal and external WordPress and Indico sites results will be included in a future release.



Instructions:


Notes


1. Navigate to https://search.fnal.gov

2. You will be prompted to enter your SERVICES account username and password to log in.

3. If you want to restrict your search to just one system (e.g., searching for books using Library Catalog), select it from the pull-down list. The default is “Fermilab Content”.

Fermilab Content: The search result displays content across all available Fermilab systems.

All Content: The search result displays content across all available Fermilab system plus non-Fermilab Internet sites.

Library Catalog: The search result displays library catalog data, including images of catalog items.

INSPIRE: The search result displays INSPIRE data.

DocDB: The search result displays DocDB documents.

Service Now: The search result displays Service Now knowledge base articles

Fermipoint: The search result displays Fermipoint data.

web.fnal.gov: The search result display web.fnal.gov data.

People Search: The search result displays data related to Fermilab people.


4. Enter your search string and click the “Search” button.



Submitting feedback for the search site

1. Click the "Feedback" link in the top right corner.

2. Fill out the feedback form and click the "Send" button.