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Search for group chats by the chat name (if it has one) or search by the name of the chat participants. Search for teams and channels. Search for a team or channel by its name in the command box. Click on the suggested option in the list to directly navigate to the Team or channel. Search for messages

Search Windows and the web from the taskbar to find help, apps, files, settings—you name it.You can also get quick answers from the web — like weather, stock prices, currency conversion, and much more —and get to websites faster by using links in the preview pane.. Pick up where you left off in Search home. Just tap or click Search for easy access to your top apps and recent activities.

Here's an example of search results from SharePoint: Explore the search results to see more details about the people and files you've found, or refine your search to get other results. Here’s an expert tip to quickly see more, or less, details of a result - you can actually click anywhere in the empty space of the result.

The Search-MailboxAuditLog cmdlet performs a synchronous search of mailbox audit logs for one or more specified mailboxes and displays search results in the Exchange Management Shell window. To search mailbox audit logs for multiple mailboxes and have the results sent by email to specified recipients, use the New-MailboxAuditLogSearch cmdlet instead.

In the Search Mail and People box, type the name of the person, group, or resource you want to search for, and press Enter. At the bottom of the search results, select Search People. Refine your search by searching only in Your contacts or Directory.