The following tips will help STL Partners users get the most out of our enhanced search function.
- Search results are now listed in chronological order, so that you can find the most recent articles dealing with your search terms. You can also search in particular time-frames by using the "Search by Time Range" link and choosing the dates from the drop-down menu.
- To search for an exact phrase or name, use quote marks around your search keywords (e.g. "Executive Briefing" or "Eliot Coleman"). Otherwise, your search may yield articles where only one (but not all) of the keywords appears.
- To conduct more sophisticated searches using boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT) make sure to capitalize those operators in your search. (For example, Washington AND Oregon). Do not use quote marks around such search terms.
- You can now conduct searches for keywords of three or fewer letters (e.g. CSA or NOP).
- You can conduct wildcard searches using an asterisk to replace missing letters. Thus, to capture all stories that pertain to enterprise, you can search for this term: enter*. This will generate any articles that contain the word enterprise or entertainment, etc.
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