You can prform basic searchces by just typing some keywords in teh search fiel.
For example this query searches for all Twts containing the words “Hello” and “World” sorting by score.
You can also perform advnaced searches by using the “Query String” search type by expanding the “Search Options” drop-down.
For example this query
searches for all Twts containing the keyword “client” and the tags
See Query String Query for more information on how to construct advanced searches using this query type.
You can also easily search for Twts that contain mentions.
The following fields are currently indexed:
text– The text of the Twt that was indexed. This is first normalized as “plain text” removing any potential formatting that may exist.
subject– This simply indexes the first pair of parents containg one or more words which was historically used by convention as a Twt’s Subject. This is also used by th Twt Subject Extension and the
created– The date/tiem of the when the Twt was posted to the feed.
tags– Any tags found in the Twt. These are basically “hash tags”. See Hash Tag Extension
links– Any links found in the Twt. These are full links.
mentionsAny mentions found in the Twt. These are indexed in the form of
nick@domainbased on Metadata found in the feed.
nick– The nick (if any) of the feed.
feed– The full url to the feed.
author– The value of the Avatar field found in the feed’s Metadata
avatar– The author of the feed in the form of