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When I tried it like this on Bing, I was able to see the keyword @test in a lot of the results though not all results - "[@test]"


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Yes, you can. Be careful though. Yes. When you select multiple Labels while filtering cards, these are found using "OR" (Open a board then Menu | Filter Cards to perform these search actions) Example: Selecting Green and Yellow (you can name labels too) will find All cards that have Either Yellow OR Green attached. Yes. When you enter words in the ...


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Almost. You can search for Android apps based on the fact that they all contain an AndroidManifest.xml file in the repository. Part of that XML will include some fragment of code similar to: <uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="8" /> So you need to search that, like so: "android:minSdkVersion" extension:xml This will only bring up the files that ...


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I've been searching for the same thing recently, and it looks like not much has changed. The closest thing Google makes available is the has:circle advanced search operator. According to Google, has:circle will: Search for all messages that were sent from someone who you added to your Google+ circles


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Visiting http://google.com/ncr should theoretically get you to the location-invariant version of Google’s services.



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