If your Review Board server has full-text search enabled, you will be able to search through all public review requests using the search field on any page. This will match text in the review request, the files modified, and other fields using our query syntax.
Logical operators, such as AND, OR, and NOT, can be used to narrow down your search. Individual fields on review requests can also be searched.
In order to narrow down your results, there are a few useful operators you can use.
Sticking something in double-quotes will search for the exact phrase instead of splitting it up into terms.
There are a number of other operators you can use to tweak the results. For a full explanation of the Lucene query syntax (including a couple features not mentioned here), see Lucene Query Parser Syntax.
In addition to searching the full text of a review request, you can search individual fields for better results. To search for a term inside a specific field, prefix that term with field:, where field is one of the below:
This field searches only the summary. summary: window will match requests with window in the summary only.
author and username:
These two fields search the review request poster. author will search both the username and full name, whereas username is just the username.
This field searches by bug identifier. Searching for bug:83724 will find any review requests which address that bug.
This field indexes filenames in the diff. Searching for file:frob.c will yield any review requests which altered that file.
These fields can be combined like any other terms. Searches like file:frob.c AND author:Jim can make it easy to quickly find old review requests.