Answered By: Laura Montanez Last Updated: Aug 09, 2018 Views: 13
Answered By: Laura Montanez
Last Updated: Aug 09, 2018 Views: 13
When using Quick Search there are several different easy ways to get the results you are looking for. For example:
- If you want to look for two topics and are only interested in results that mention both of them include 'AND' in your search. Facebook AND revolution will give you results that discuss how revolutions and Facebook interact.
- If you want to look for information that contains a broad word like vegetarian, but you want all of the ways that word can be used add an asterisk at the end. This particular search will tell Quick Search to look for any article that has a variation on these two words: Vegetarian* and Environment*
- If you want to limit your search to only include items in a specific order you can use quotes to surround them. For example: "birth order" will only find articles that use the phrase 'birth order.'
- You can also use the subject box in Quick Search to narrow down your search.