The search window "Find Case Folder" in your personal area lets you find case folders based on several pieces of information:
Option 1: Search for a case number
If the case number is added to the case name, set the search field to "Case Name" and start typing the case number. All cases starting with the case number will show up.
If you restart numbering your cases at 1 every year, you will see results from past years as well.
Tip: Sort your list chronologically. Right click on the header of the list to show the field "Created On" and sort the list using this column. The newest cases will show up at the top.
Option 2: Search for clients
Set the search field to "Client" and enter the first few letters of your client's name.
The list will be filtered and show all clients whose names correspond to the letters entered.
Option 3: Search for opponents or other linked contacts
Set the search field to "Client", then enter the relation, followed by a colon and the name.
Tip: You don't have to write out everything. It's sufficient to type in the first few letters of the relation (e.g. "opp") and of the name.
In this third example, we're searching for a court.
How can I find cases related to a contact?