Search for the exact words, ignoring if written in lowercase or uppercase; words shorter than the minimum length are ignored.
Use the word OR in capital letters to get more results. For example: cat OR dog (search for content that contains “cat” or “dog”).
You can use AND written in capital letters to search for the contents that contain all the words, but this is the basic behavior. Example: cat AND dog (it is equivalent to cat dog) searches for all contents that contain both “cat” and “dog”.
Use quotes to search for a phrase. Example: “the cat eats mice”.
It is possible to precede the words by the sign – to exclude them from the search; it is however necessary to insert at least one “positive” word. Example: cat – dog (content must contain cat and can not contain dog).