Current set of tip-of-the-day text is becoming very interesting and can be of great value to the user.
However, there is no way to search for a tip, and if you find one you like in when opening a LO session, you will likely forget the text soon after you start your (unrelated to the tip) job.
But you can eventually remember that a given tip aplies to a situation you are dealing with. How to get the right tip text?
The enhancement is to provide a search mechanism to retrieve a tip.
Example: I know there is a way to shape an image into a form, but how do I do that?
The tip exist but where it is?
* Add an entry in Help menu for TOTD search.
* The entry opens a dialog with a search text box (buttons are Search, Cancel, Help)
* user type some keywords (comma separated) and click Search button
* the lower part of the dialog displays list of matches (scrollable)
* user click on a match and opens TOTD dialog, with the bulb (that is, the same dialog displayed when opening the LO session).
* On cancelling the bulb dialog, returns to the search TOTD (to let user select another TOTD match)
* Cancelling the TOTD dialog, closes the search dialog. User is sent to the document area.
Seems über-complex for such an easy concept like tip of the day.
Wouldn't it be enough to have a single help page where all TOTD texts are included (automatically from the source code)? On that page a user can search.
I agree with Thomas, let's keep things simple. Help or wiki page would be nice, source is here https://opengrok.libreoffice.org/xref/core/cui/inc/tipoftheday.hrc