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To search for content that contains the exact phrase "chalk and cheese":
"chalk and cheese"
To search for content that contains one of the terms, "chalk" OR "cheese":
"chalk OR cheese"
To search for content that contains both the terms "chalk" AND "cheese":
"chalk AND cheese"
To search for content that contains "chalk" but NOT "cheese":
"chalk NOT cheese"
Similar to the NOT search, to search for content that contains "chalk" and "butter" but NOT "cheese":
chalk butter -cheese
To search for content that MUST contain "chalk" but CAN contain either "cheese" or "butter" use the
(cheese OR butter) AND chalk
To search for content with "chalk" in its title, where title is the field keyword.
To search for "butter" or "batter" you can use the search:
To search for "chicken" or "chickpea" you can use the search:
To search for "chick" or "chickpea":
You can also combine search characters to get the exact word. For example the search term below will
return "chick" yet not "chickpea":
Use the labelText: prefix to search specifically for content that has a specific label.
This search ensure that the two words specified must be within a certain number of words of each
other to be included.
will return "Octagon blog post".
This search looks for words spelled similarly. To search for octagon, if unsure about spelling:
will correctly return "octagon".
You can also combine various search terms together:
o?tag* AND past~ AND ("blog" AND "post")