Google™-like default search

In Next® you can find documents in any imaginable way. You can have search forms that combines exact meta data look up, with Google™-like free format search, and even full-text search through the content of documents and their attachments.

For historical reasons (meaning that we really can't come up with any good excuses), the default search you find at the very top of every document and task list, has always been the most simple one. Searching in only the description of the listed documents or tasks.

But no longer. As of now, the default search is our Google™-like free format search, where Next® looks into everything: all the meta data, the comments, and the content of your documents. And still - at the speed of light. 

Now Next® will look for 'invoice' AND '384330' in all the information we have. Not only the description.

A long overdue enhancement that will make finding documents even easier. And remember, if you are getting too many hits - use the search form to provide limiting criteria. 

Future enhancements

In a soon to come release of  Next®, we will add an Enterprise search at the very top bar of  Next®. Whatever you type in here, will be used to search the entire enterprise archive for documents, folders, and tasks. This enterprise search will retire the dedicated Search tap in the left hand menu. 

Additional information

Please refer to the online product guide for additional information on this feature, once it is released.

Commercial terms and conditions

This new feature is available at no additional cost, to users with an active service plan. Any consultancy assistance will be invoiced.


Despite our best efforts, we may be forced to change both content and expected delivery of future product updates without notice.



Google™-like default search


Enhanced feature


In planning

Expected release:

June 2021

Affected products:

Next® Contracts
Next® Emails

Next® Enterprise Archive
Next® ExCustody
Next® Go

Next® Invoices
Next® Mailroom
Next® Processes


End user



Responsible product manager:

Kim Hellum




Kim Hellum