Exact Phrase Match in Smart Search Feature

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Circleboom's Smart Search uses sophisticated algorithms to find keywords in users profiles and latest Tweet data to produce most accurate results.

1. When 2 keywords used, we search these keywords by adding "and" operator between them.

Example:

Search: California fire Becomes: California and fire Result: Keeping California Informed With Active Fire Updates. #wildfires #california #news

2. When quotes in use, we search the keywords together.

Example:

Search: "California fire" Result: "California Fire News™ - Public Safety Info ☞ Real scoop when you need it! ★ NOT OFFICIAL ALERTS #CAFire #NeverForget"

3. When "not" operator used, we search one of the keywords and strictly elaminate the results including the keyword after the "not" operator

Example:

Search: California and not fire Result: "California Half Marathons | #Halfmarathons in #California | California Half Marathons on Facebook"

Keyword and location fields support logical operators like “and, and not, or, or not”. You can use them without using quotes as in the example 3 above.

The same "logical operators" rule works for the location field also. You would search for something like California or Chicago to find profiles in "California" or in "Chicago".

Using logical operator in searches takes a little bit more time to produce results rather than making single keyword searches.