Search a file or a folder


You can search for files and folders. You can search by the file name, content, and extensions (.pptx, etc.). Also, you can use the advanced search to select the search range, period, and file formats. Search results will only include files that are uploaded more than 1 minute ago. You can search in English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.

Search a file or a folder name

Search for files and folders by name. When searching for Excel or PowerPoint files, you can quickly find them by entering the extension.


  1. Tap  in Folder.
  2. Enter the file or folder name to search.
    Every time you enter a keyword, all files or names containing that keyword are displayed.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click a Team/Group Message Room from the message room list.
  3. Click  on the top right.
  4. Enter keywords to search for file or folder names containing that keywords.

Search the file content in Folder

This function is only available for the Standard and Advanced plans. 

The text search of a file content allows you to find the data by searching not only the title of the file but also the text contents in the file.

You can search the text in documents, including MS Office files.
(i.e., .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx, .txt, .rtf, .htm, .html, .xml, .pdf, .hwp, .eml, and .ndoc).


  1. Tap  in Folder.
  2. Enter the keywords to search.
  3. Tap 'Text'.

Advanced search

You can search by specifying a range, such as a specific folder, file format, and file revision history, and so on.


  1. Tap  in Folder.
  2. Click 'Advanced'.
  3. Select a folder to perform the search. If no folder is selected, the keywords will be searched in all folders by default.
  4. Select a file format.
  5. Select a file revision period.
  6. Enter the keywords to search.


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