Boolean search is activated whenever you use and or or in your query. It operates similarly to regular search, but with a few key distinctions, which are outlined below.
|Search for an exact word or phrase||"search"||Use quotes to search for an exact word or phrase in a piece of content|
|Exclude a word||science and not data||use the or keyword to search for a piece of content that contains either word|
|Search for both words||this and that||Use the and keyword to search for a piece of content that contains both words|
|Search for phrases||"content marketing" and social||Use quotes to indicate that you're searching for a phrase instead of a keyword|
Search for a combination of words and phrases
(“soda” OR “soft drink” OR “soda pop”) AND ("calories" OR "diet")
|Use parentheses to group words or phrases that are variations or synonyms of a term so that you can search for articles that contain any of those variations AND also contain other words or phrases.|