Lesson 3.5 Activity

Search Tips:

  • Use the intext: operator to require that a term appears specifically in that text you can see on a page.
  • The Advanced Search form guides you through building more complex searches, even when you cannot remember all the operators. It also offers extra options, such as specifying a region or language to search, or finding content that is pre-approved for reuse.
  • Access the Advanced Search form by clicking on the gear icon in the upper right hand corner of the page.

1. Can you think of a time that the intext: operator would help you find what you need faster? Share this in the forum?

2. There are some things you can do on the Advanced Search page that you have not yet learned to do elsewhere. Is there a function that would have helped you find something you wanted in the past?