These can be used on any field marked as "Keyword"
Search for a phrase: Use quotation marks ( " " ) to search for exact phrases. eg. "shall be liable"
Keywords: Enter multiple keywords in any order. eg. income tax or tax income
Boolean: Refine results by adding 'AND'. eg. income AND tax, you can also exclude results with 'NOT'. eg. income NOT tax
Wildcard single character - include ? in the search term eg. wom?n will return results for woman and women
Wildcard multiple characters - include * in the search term eg. Su* will return Susan, Suzanne. eg. *ots will return ballots, pilots
Proximity Searching: search for two words within a certain proximity of each other. eg. "miracle rescue"~5 will return docs where the word miracle exists within 5 words of the word rescue.
Range Queries: search for documents within a range of values: eg. number:[25 TO 30] will return documents with a number field where the number value is between 25 and 30.
Boost searching: you can decide which search term is the most relevant. eg. James Tax^2 Ballot^3.
The number after the ^ is the boost value, by default this value is 1. Increasing the boost value makes that search term the most relevant and will be ordered before any other search term with a lower boost value.