The Forum tools are present above the right side of the toolbar. They are consistently present, regardless of your current workspace or forum.
Some of the tools allow you to do work that is independent of any page you may currently be viewing (the site map and web files are examples of these types of tools). Other tools understand your context, and Forum applies the tool only to the currently viewed page (the search and help tools are examples).
These are the Forum tools:
For example, at work, you can place files in your web-file system (by default, no one else has access to these files), access the files from your home computer, work at home, and then upload the modified files back into the web-file system. As another example, you can create a folder that allows other registered users to read the files. Then, these other users can view your folder, and can view and download the files as they choose.
Bookmarks can be active (readily accessible) or inactive (greyed out and at the bottom of the Bookmarks list). Inactive bookmarks can be reinstated for future use.
To search for an entry in one forum, view the forum, then click on the Search toolbar item. Forum then searches only the currently viewed forum. If you are not sure which forum contains the entry, view the workspace or site-map page, then enter your query in the Find field. Forum then searches through all of the forums in that workspace or in the entire zone.
By default, the search utility allows you to enter a string, and Forum returns a list of all forum entries that contain part (if the string is unquoted) or all of that string (if the string is quoted, Forum returns only entries that contain the whole string).
If you choose, you can search for entries based on more criteria. To do this, on the search form, click on thelink. The search options allows you to narrow the search according to author, keywords, specific forums, date range, and (if they are present) workflow states and custom attributes. To further define your search, click on the link to enter even further criteria.