Options tab of Find text Action allows to choose whether the text search will be case sensitive, enable the use of regular expressions (regex) and limit the maximum number of returned matches.

Ignore case When enabled, upper and lower case text will be treated as equivalent. When disabled, search will treat upper and lower case characters as distinct.
Use regular expressions Allows using regular expression search patterns.
Smart (capture groups) extraction Extract parts of text from structured data using regex syntax.
Limit search to the maximum number of occurrences The search will end when Find text Action will return the specified number of matches.
This Action is enabledAction is performed only if checkbox is enabled. Action can be disabled by removing the mark from This Action is enabled checkbox. When disabled, Action will not be executed.
Advanced fallback optionsAllows to manage and handle advanced fallback options by selecting which failures will lead to execution of workaround operations.

RegEx & smart capture

RegEx Example
Text string <name>John</name><year>1976</year>
Find what <name>(.?)</name><year>(.?)</year>
Result John | 1976


  • See details on regular expression usage for more information on regex compare functions.

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