How-to

Find content

There are two main ways to find content in Discover: Pick a Topic or conduct a search.


Pick a Topic

For visual learners, or those not sure exactly what they are looking for, Pick a Topic allows users to find content by exploring topics and subtopics.

  1. Select a topic from the home page.
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  2. A list of articles related to that topic will populate. Click on an article to open it, or select Subtopic to reveal a list of ways to further refine the search.
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  3. Select a subtopic from the drop-down menu to narrow down the article results.
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  4. To choose a new topic, click on the current selection to reveal the drop-down menu.
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Conduct a search

If you know what you are looking for, use the search box to find it.

  1. Type your search term in the box, or click the microphone icon to dicate. As you type, suggestions matching the term will appear. You can select from the list, or click the magnifying glass to conduct the search.
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  2. Clicking on an item from the list of suggestions will take you directly to that article.
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  3. Conducting the search using the magnifying glass will bring you to the search results page which contains all articles and other items related to the search term, organized by type.
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  4. The results will default to Articles. To view other results by type, click the buttons at the top of the results list. The list will update based on your selection.
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  5. To open an article or any other item, simply click on it.
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