The default search term operator is AND
You can use brackets, AND OR and NOT to improve your search. For example: C# AND NOT ( VB or SQL )
A query of a single * will return everything, filtered by any filters.
Search by Author: author:"author name"
Filter by tag: tag:C# or tag:(C++ or Java)
Wildcard search use: "?" or "*" eg. gr?d or gr*
Learn about service applications that provide shared services to SharePoint sites. Part 3 of 5.
In this video, you will learn how to create and manage service applications, and see a demonstration of some of creating a service application. In part two, you learn about a specific application, the managed metadata service which is used to store information about information. In part three, you will learn about the search service application that powers searching on your SharePoint applications. In part four, the discussion of search and the search service application continues with Search Centers, or site templates used to improve user search experience. In part five, you will learn about using and combining metadata columns and searching services. You will see a demonstration metadata columns to refine searches.