Besides people's names, you can also search for other types of information, such as the name of a TV series. Any person with that information in their profile will be returned by the search.
There are a few special search features you can use:
Typing a word by itself searches for any entry with that word.
- Searching for Tina brings up a number of results: all records with Tina in them.
Typing two words together is equivalent to putting "and" between them.
- Searching for Tina Gilligan, means Tina and Gilligan - which brings up one result: Tina Louise of "Gilligan's Island" fame.
Typing a pipe (a vertical bar) | between two words is equivalent to putting "or" between them.
- Searching for Tina | Gilligan, means Tina or Gilligan - which brings up many results: any entry with Tina or Gilligan in it.
More than one pipe can be used.
- Searching for Chaka | Kevyn | Johnnetta, means Chaka or Kevyn or Johnnetta - which brings up three results: the single entry for each of those names in the database.
Put quotes around phrases when combined with "or".
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