- You're viewing a workboard with a bunch of cards.
- You want to find cards with "zebra" in the title or whatever.
- You use ⌘+F to search for "zebra" on the page.
- It finds the cards.
- In Safari, workboard columns don't scroll in response to ⌘+F / ⌘+G, so you can't easily find cards which aren't currently visible.
- Chrome does a better job of this and scrolls the columns more usefully, although it can still be hard to scan through the results since they won't all appear in the view.
- Use the filter column to "Query: zebra" to filter the board.
We should perhaps add a client-side filter on top of the board-level filter, let you type F or similar to focus it, the filter cards. Not sure how useful this would really be (and it's somewhat involved to implement) but it feels bad that ⌘+F pretty much doesn't work.