Search options in Explore
Learn the difference of the search options: Keyword, Advanced, Combined, and Compare Search
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Written by Whitney W.
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There are a number of ways to search for data in Explore. After navigating to the Explore Tab you will then Start a new search by selecting the way you'd like to search from the following options:

Keyword Search

Type individual terms or phrases into input boxes and our system will create the search. Recommended for simple searches and users who are new to using Meltwater.

Advanced Search

Directly enter queries with ANDs, ORs and NOTs (and our complete list of Boolean operators) for precise control over your results. Best for advanced users and those comfortable using Boolean syntax in searches.

Combined Search

Join together two or more existing saved searches to create a new search to generate search results. Helpful in managing a large number of searches or for quickly combining topics with your brand's saved searches. Learn more about Combined Search here.

Compare Search

Add up to ten saved searches and show how they compare against one another through different charts and data analytics. Great for share-of-voice analysis and competitive benchmarking. Learn more about Compare Search here.

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