Lesson 16: Understanding "Include All" "Any" & "Exclude Any"
Modified on: Mon, Feb 26, 2018 at 4:04 PM
When you want to find every item in your search bar. Directs the search engine to only produce results where all of the line items appear together, therefore restricting the search. Acts as an "and."
When you want to find a series of items whether they appear separately or together. Works like the word “or” therefore it expands the search. Used to add more information and grow results. Acts as an "or."
When you want none of the items entered to appear in your search results you need to exclude the words you don't want to appear in your search results. Functions as “Any” by default so works like the word “or.”
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