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Hide saved searches from All Searches node in Content Navigator Search
Workplace XT allows search templates to be hidden in Search view, while still allowing a user to find and execute them (assuming they have sufficient privileges).
ICN saved searches (equivalent to WPXT search templates), on the other hand always display under the All Searches node of the Search pane/view. There is no way to hide them here except perhaps through customization done to ICN.
The feature being requested in ICN here, is the ability to hide saved searches from displaying under All Searches node and possibly under Recent Searches node as well, while still allowing privileged users to be able to find and run them, just like in WPXT.
Currently ICN allows the saved search to be hidden in the folder tree of Browse pane/view by checking the flag 'Show the search in the folder structure' on the Save dialog when saving the search.
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