The Search module allows you to search for an item within JForce.  Simply enter the search phrase and click the "Search" button.


JForce will search for any items matching your search phrase. Once the search is complete, you will see a results page similar to the image below. For each result you will see the name of the item, the project that the item is associated with (the project name is next to the pencil and ruler icon) and a snippet of the item description, if one exists.


The Project Jump module consists of a single input field. Clicking once in the field will reveal a drop-down list of projects that you have access to. The field utilizes the Autocompleter functionality which filters the list as you type. For example, in the picture below, I have typed "samp" so only projects beginning with those letters are shown. Selecting a project from the list will redirect or, as we like to call it, Jump to the project overview page!


The Help plugin will add an icon to the end of the JForce menu. From any page within JForce, clicking the Help icon/text will pop up a modal dialog that displays context-aware content from this site. Please note that your menu may look different depending on your site's settings and your access permissions. If you come across anything we have missed in the help, please feel free to drop us a line at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!


For example, if you are on the Dashboard and you click the Help icon, you will see the "Help For Dashboard" dialog similar to the one below.