HeinOnline's One-Box Search


If you have recently used HeinOnline, you may have noticed the switch to a single search box. The new search interface allows users to begin their search without first selecting the most relevant search tab (full text, citation, catalog, or case law). Now, a drop-down menu appears when you begin typing your search. From the drop-down menu you can choose to search by one of the categories or use the default full-text search. Hein introduced the update to provide a faster and more simplistic experience for users.

For more information on Hein’s new search functionality, including updates to the Advanced Search options, see HeinOnline’s blog New One-Box Search in HeinOnline!

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