What are the Keyword Alerts operators?
Here is a quick overview of operators to expand or narrow your keyword alert search:
quotes — Add quotation marks to search for an exact phrase. Example: “Barack Obama” or “virtual reality”
AND — Used between two words, AND (capitalized) tells the search to look for both words in the article. The words can appear separately anywhere in the article. Example: Tesla AND earnings
minus — The minus sign (-) excludes the word or phrase that comes after it. Example: swift key -Taylor If you are looking for the latest developments in swift key but are disinterested in Taylor Swift articles. Note that there isn’t a space between the minus sign and the excluded word
OR — Use OR (capitalized) to search for more than one phrase or word, where only one of the terms has to appear in the article. Example: tesla OR “electric car”
intitle: — Use intitle: in front of a keyword to limit your keyword search to only the headline. Example: A search for [ intitle:tesla ] will return articles with Tesla in their title, but not those that only mention Tesla in the body. Note: No space between intitle: and your keyword.