A search for more than one word will find pages that contain all of the words. Use quotation marks to search for a phrase. Also use quotes for text with punctuation or special characters.
Search will return partial matches. Thus searching on and will find "hand" and "handy" as well as "ampersand".
Search on 2 or more words without quotes will return partial matches in the page. Searching on the combination and every will return "everybody's hand".
To limit your search to a single group, enter the group name followed by a slash at the beginning of the search string (e.g., "Calendar/" or "Main/"). To list all pages, enter a slash for the search.
|Enter||To find pages containing|
|apple pie||both 'apple' and 'pie'|
|"apple pie"||the phrase 'apple pie'|
|main/apple||'apple' in the Main group|
|"main/apple"||the phrase 'main/apple' in all groups|
|apple -pie||'apple', omitting those containing 'pie'|
|food -"apple pie"||'food', omitting those containing 'apple pie'|
|apple "-pie"||the words 'apple' and '-pie'|
|apple - pie||'apple', '-', and 'pie'|
|"pie:"||the word 'pie' with a colon|
|"pie=tasty"||the phrase 'pie=tasty'|
Some special characters need to be enclosed in quotes, including the colon (:), equals sign (=), single quote (') and double quote(").