Boolean Shortcuts

Be even more efficient with Boolean Queries

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Written by Patricia Wroblewski ✪
Updated over a week ago

You can use two Boolean shortcuts to look for a specific Keyword in your Boolean Query or to organize your query in order to better distinguish your sets of keywords.

Look for your keyword

Applying Ctrl+F or Cmd+F will help you to look up a keyword which is useful in case you have a long query.

Organize your Query

Instead, Ctrl+i or Cmd+i will help you rearrange your set of keywords and commands to better read your query. This is helpful if you have a query with numerous commands and operators.

For example, if you have created this query:

Below is the result if you use the shortcut in the above query:

Enjoy editing your Boolean Queries! 😉

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