Multiple Filters

If you have multiple filters at once then that works as an AND operator – in other words, the data have to match all filter criteria in order to be analyzed.

Boolean Search Operators in Filters

You can use boolean search operators in these filters:

  • Username
  • Name
  • Bio Description
  • Bio Location
  • Word
  • Hashtag

Examples

"red, white, blue"

translates to “red OR white OR blue” – this means a search result must return any three values of “red”, “white”, and “blue” to be included in whatever report you are running.

"red AND white AND blue"

translates to “red AND white AND blue” – this means a search result must return all three values of “red”, “white”, and “blue” to be included in whatever report you are running.

"red OR white OR blue"

translates to “red OR white OR blue”- this means a search result must return any three values of “red”, “white”, or “blue” to be included in whatever report you are running.

"red AND white OR blue"

translates to “red AND (white OR blue)”- this means a search result must return either “red” and “white” or “red” and “blue” to be included in whatever report you are running.

OR search operators will group terms together and receive priority processing before any AND operators are processed.

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