Our filter-based content browser allows to quickly find content of your interest. To make optimal use of the filters, have a look at the first row of input fields (as shown below).Use the black "+" button to see all filter options, make use of the search field to narrow selectionsor reset all settings with the red button.
Note that the search field resolves quite complex requests: Input is evaluated during your typing and all terms are considered as OPTIONAL (only 1 has to match), unless "+" as prefix is used to make a term MANDATORY.The search phrase
+S400 manual leaflet
for example would narrow your selection to content with "S400" (term is mandatory due to "+") that includes either "manual" or "leaflet" …
"AMAZON Web Services" - Translation Instructions
 Switch the global language in admin mode just like in user mode via the language selector.  "DB EXPORT/IMPORT" buttons right beside the red logout button provide functionalities to export (and auto-translate) DB entries in EXCEL format as well as import such EXCEL files to mass-update desired entries.  AWS is used whenever a text translation takes place: This is either the case (a) when using the "DB Export" functionality (denoted by the "Down-Arrow" button next to the red logout button or (b) during text edits when using functions of the "TRANSLATE" panel (denoted by a globe icon right beside the well-known "COPY" panel - in case the admin has access to it).  The "FROM/TO" language-flags in the top-right corner of the admin screen have a sole purpose, i.e. to make multiple "TRANSLATE" operations more convenient by including your "(cookie-stored) flags settings" as dynamic "TRANSLATE" panel option.  See the monthly-based counters below. Whenever AWS translations are executed, the number of translated characters are counted.  The admin search is very powerful as it allows to to quickly find and adapt entries and text blocks across the WHOLE homepage and ALL languages. In admin mode all search terms must be present for matches. In order to perform a search (a) enter your search terms in the search field and (b) choose a DB topic (e.g. SYSTEM or META) via the checkboxes at the top of the search panel. (c) Optionally use special search terms/filters like "languages=es,en" or "from=08.05.2020" and/or "to=08.05.2020" to narrow down your search with respect to limited languages or last modifications dates.
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Our global search field resolves quite complex requests to quickly find content of your interest. Furthermore, it keeps the list of matches open until you decide to close it (to conveniently check several matches).To make optimal use of the search field, note the following:Input is evaluated during your typing and all terms are considered as OPTIONAL (only 1 has to match), unless "+" as term prefix is used to make it MANDATORY.
Example: The search phrase
S400 manual leaflet
delivers content that matches any of the 3 terms. This is rather vague and maybe unsatisfying.Instead, the search phrase
+S400 manual leaflet
lists content only if it matches "S400" (term is mandatory due to "+") and either "manual" or "leaflet" (optional) is present. A good choice to find documents about the "S400".