The default "Pull requests" search (https://github.com/pulls) seems to have an implicit AND between all search fields, but if you duplicate a field it ignores all but the last one. So this:
is:open is:pr review-requested:ElectricRCAircraftGuy archived:false
author:my-teammate-1 author:my-teammate-2 author:my-teammate-3
is:open is:pr ...
When you are in the channel in which you want to search, just use Command+F on MacOS or Ctrl+F on other operating systems. It will pre-populate the search field with in:#<channel-name> for you.
Otherwise, you need to type it manually, which also works but less convenient.
How to Add Text to Beginning or End of Cells without a formula
Please follow these steps
Go to the top menu --> Edit --> Find and replace
From Search choose Specific range and clicking on the little icon pick your range.
Check the Search using regular expressions and un-check Match case
To add text in the end, on the ...
...select the dishes in a single cell in this manner: ...just dump
them into the column A, dishes search section in Search for Dish
tab ...query should grab the relevant dishes from the Inventory
tab, omitting the numbers before the dish name
Place the following in cell B3 in your NEW Search for Dish tab.
First type your keywords and click search. After getting the results of your search, you can then sort by clicking the filter options and selecting options related to dates, sort by "View count" for popularity.
You can also use the before and after keywords to restrict the range of search. For example, to search from videos from ...
Gmail labels are applied per message, not per thread. If any messages in a thread don't have the excluded label applied, then the thread will still show up in your search.
If you turn off "conversation mode" in your Gmail settings, then threads will not be grouped together, and then you should see the expected results.
Use after:year-month-day (inclusive) and before:year-month-day (exclusive).
E.g. for cat videos from 2012: cats after:2012-01-01 before:2013-01-01: