Searching for emojis is sometimes very important to an investigation. ESI Analyst provides this capability via our Search options. This search is only available in our Review Project Metadata list.
When searching within the Review Project Metadata interface, you can search directly for specific emoji's using multiple options in the Search Filter.
To search a specific emoji, we often recommend looking up the emoji using a secondary site. For example, you can quickly search emojis with a site like emojipedia.org and find the emoji you would like to search, click on it and then "Copy" that emoji with their copy button
Once copied, you can paste it into the text box.
And apply your search. You will see your records returned and can click on the view icon and you will see it highlighted in Message/Extracted Text field
Also highlighted in thread view
Search Options for Geolocation Items
Sometimes, it may be needed to search an address (or IP address locations) and see where an actor was on a certain date. If this data was loaded to ESI Analyst, it is searchable. You can search geolocation items by device and address. You can also ...
Search Functions in ESI Analyst
Navigation To view ESI Analyst's various search types, select a project from your project dashboard and click on "Review Project Metadata." While in Review Project Metadata, click on the word Search in the Filters box. Search Fields All searches ...
Search Options Available in ESI Analyst
Overview on Searching For a general overview on navigation, search fields, case sensitivity, wildcards, fuzziness, and boolean operators: https://support.esianalyst.com/portal/en/kb/articles/search-functions-in-esi-analyst Has the Word or Phrase ...
Searching and Filtering Options for Communications
When in Review Project Metadata, you can filter by Communications and the sub-categories: Communication Type Subject / MSTR Thread / CH Sender Attachment Name Folder Status Recipient Family / Thread ID (24H) Last Accessed Last Modified You can use ...
Search Criteria Using Wildcards
By default all freeform text box searches are using wildcards with the exception of the SEARCH option in Filters. The reason why is that in most instances, the exact match for a term may be needed, so in those instances where you want to use a ...