Base on the name dear mates, Slack, this platform has been making life easier for lot of internet users all around the world, with different set of people from diffrent part of the world coming on this platform to perform some quick task and lot more

Everybody believes that searching is one of the many things Slack does very well. If you have sent or received a message or file over Slack, even though it was months ago, you will be able to find it again. Messages are similarly indexed and easily analyzed by each user, channel, or workspace.

Be aware that you as a person using slack, if you use Slack for company communications, then you know how quickly messages can pile up. you  need to be ready.

Surely, if you don’t save a message you want to reference later, you can easily lose track of which channel it was in and when it was there.

So now without any doubt you of all people should know that Slack offers a built-in Search box. After all, it’s right at the top of the application.

So for now, but definitely like with searches in other places, there are handy tricks that can make your searches more relevant. To help you find the messages you need faster, here are five tips for using search in Slack.

The Searching for particular messages on Slack

Its clear that, of course Slack is an excellent monitoring tool for both files and messages. If you need to find a message by date, sender, channel, Slack has filters to cover it all. Unlike Google Search parameters where you need to remember the true meaning. You can click through the various search options to refresh your search.

When Looking for the specific messages on Slack

Certainly, this same Slack has a single check bar at the top that scans throughout the current workplace. This includes all channels and all DMs.

  1. Firstly click inside the search bar.
  2. Then enter the cookie of the message you are trying to find where the cookie is located no matter what part of the message you remember.
  3. From the options, select the channel you want to find. If you do not remember the channel to which the message was sent, you can skip this step.
  4. Select the sender of the message. Again, if you do not remember who sent the message, you can skip this step as well.
  5. Select the search option that meets your criteria and load search results.
  6. Once the search results load, use the filters to further update the results by sender, channel, date, retweet, and more.

When Resting the study options

Incase you are part of people trying to find a file that was transferred over a particular Slack channel, but you can not remember the name of the conversation that took place around it, you can check all the files that have been shared over channel or DM.

  1. First of all click the channel name or DM thread.
  2. In the window that opens, go to the About tab.
  3. Go through the file list and select the one you need.


So for this Slack, it's search is not like an email search; it does not offer options such as messages with attachments or files of a specific size.

I need to tell you that you must be also aware that it allows users to filter results by default date, and if a file is attached. It’s important to remember that Slack is a messaging tool and not an email replacement. Its scan parameters work accordingly.

However for the wrapping up of the great article, just incase you have trouble finding a message, try searching the entire workspace instead of watching it in a specific channel. You may be forgetting which channel the message was sent to. You cannot search multiple workplaces all together once, so you have to go one by one.