Amplify to Search
What is the one section of the Resource palette which cannot be closed by clicking a disclosure triangle? It's the section at the bottom which includes the Search button. Ever wonder why that is? It's because we want to reinforce the idea that the search button should be an integral part of your workflow.
When you're studying a passage and you run across a word you want to search for, simply select it and click the Search button on the Resource palette. This will open a new tab displaying every occurrence of that word in the current text. This is much more efficient than typing the word into the top part of the window, running the search, and losing the passage you were studying, only to have to go back to that passage when you're done examining that secondary search. By selecting a word and clicking the Search button (a process we call amplifying), you get your search results in a separate tab and can simply click on the previous tab to return to your main passage.
If you're typing secondary searches into your main Bible tab and then struggling to get back to your original passage, discover the beautiful simplicity of amplifying to search.