Stitch implements full search in every conversation, so you can easily find anything you need.
Typing a keyword or series of keywords like “medication” or “medication change” will show search results for matches across all conversations in rooms and direct messages. Mousing over a search result lets you automatically jump to messages in chat history so you can easily reference the context of any results.
Beyond this, we bring to the table several advanced modifiers. Here’s how they work:
medication changes to find messages with ‘medication’ or ‘changes’ in them.
“medication changes” to find instances of only ‘medication’ and ‘changes’ next to each other in any message.
sprain to find messages that contain the word ‘sprain’, but also ones that include ‘sprains’, ‘spraining’, and ‘sprained’.
allerg* to find messages that contain the words ‘allergy’ or ‘allergic’.
emergency -room to find messages with the word ‘emergency’ but not the word ‘room’.
in:Emergency Room to find messages in the Emergency Room
in:James Adams, Rachel Johnson to find messages in the direct message with James Adams and Rachel Johnson
to:James Adams to find messages sent to James Adams
from:Rachel Johnson to find messages from Rachel Johnson.
before:[date] to find messages or files before a specified date.
after:[date] to find messages and files after a specified date.
on:[date] to find messages and files on a specific date.