Onna offers different options for users to view their search results. To access preferences, click on your profile image located on the top right hand corner and select 'User preferences' from the menu. 

This will open a pop-up like the one pictured above. There are five options:

  • Always display external images in emails: This option, if checked, will show external images for all Emails. By default external images are not displayed within Emails, you will have the option to display images for each individual Email. 
  • Show all embedded files from Email documents: This option, if checked, shows embedded files from Email documents in the search results. These are still processed and available in export. Embedded files often include logos or images saved in Email documents. 
  • Show all embedded files from Office documents: This option, if checked, shows embedded files from Office documents in the search results. These are processed and available in export. Embedded files often include logos or images saved in documents. These can increase the number of results that you have for a given source.  
  • Show all embedded files from Quip documents: This option, if checked, shows embedded files from Quip documents in the search results. These are still processed and available in export. Embedded files often include logos or screenshots saved in Quip documents. 
  • Show search duplicates in results view: This option, if checked, shows duplicates from search results. These are documents that have matching MD5 hash values. 

By default these five options are not checked. 


FAQ
How are MD5 hash values determined in Onna?
Onna calculates and assigns MD5 hash values at processing. MD5 hash values can be thought of as a unique fingerprint based on a document's content. Any change to the file, other than the filename/path, will result in the byte-value of the file contents changing. This includes adding a title to the metadata, changing any text or font, and other changes to metadata.
Opening and closing a document, or even saving it with no changes does not change the document's fingerprint. 

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