The search bar is available for all users, on both the Dashboard and Maps sides of LotWorks. It allows you to jump to a location, whether it's a specific lot, a phase or a community - you can even use it as you would a Google Maps search.
Just start typing in your search, and the search bar will prompt you with the closest results, plus an option to search on Google directly (that option will always have the Google "g" next to it).
Search results are filtered to the lots and communities to which the user has access. When using the dashboard search, results will link to the Lot Details page, while searches on the Maps will center the map view on that lot.
Difference between Dashboard and Map Search
While you can search for lots in both the dashboard and map, the results will be slightly different:
Dashboard Search - Results will open up the Lot Details window for the lot, and
Map Search - Results will re-focus the map view on the lot, and open the lot's infowindow.
|"Lot 47"||Prompts you with up to 3 lots that start with numbers "47"|
|"Lot 47 Block 3"||Prompts you with lots that are number "47" in a block that starts with the number 3|
|"Ravenswood"||Enter just a community name to jump to that community|
|"Ravenswood 9"||Enter a community and phase number to jump to that phase|
|"123 Ravenscroft Way"||Enter a street number and name as another way to jump to a specific lot|
|"Ravenscroft Way"||Enter just the street name to produce a list of lots on that street|
|"T2B"||(Google Search) Enter the first part or an entire postal code to jump to that area|
|"Edmonton, AB"||(Google Search) Enter a city name and province to jump to that location|