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Search Groups

  • You can quickly find a Group by typing the Group name or Tag on the Search bar in the Group Directory page.
  • As you type the name of the Group/Tag the auto-complete list populates with all the possible matches.
 

 
  • The search also supports combination of keywords with operators. The table below lists the operator and its uses.
  • Note that this Search Bar is specific to Groups, and differs from the Global Search Bar in that it returns Groups, not Photos.

 

Symbol   How to Use it Example (Group Search)
[space]/no operator When you use a [space]/no operators between keywords, it’s essentially an OR function. It looks for content that has either of the keywords applied to them. grade 5 [space] grade 6 will look for all Groups that have either grade 5 or grade 6 tags applied to them. If they are Group names then it will show both the Groups in the results.
+ When you use a + between keywords, it’s essentially an AND function. It looks for content that have both the keywords applied to them. grade 5 + grade 6 will look for all Groups that have both those tags applied to them.
, This works similar to the “‘space]/no operator”. But this also lets you break the query into different parts. soccer + grade 5 , grade 6 will look for all Groups that have grade 5 AND soccer tag applied to them. It will also look for any Groups called grade 6 or has “grade 6” tags applied to them.
 
 

Filter Groups by Tags

  • You can also click on any tag to view all the Groups that have that tag applied to them
  • For quick access to all the Groups that you are a member of, click on the “My Groups” on the right hand corner.
 
 
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