The more detailed your search query is, the better the results are. The search scans title, keywords and description. With these operators you can create complex searches:
If you enter several search terms without using a connector, but just the space key, these terms will automatically become required. An extra input of "AND" is not necessary.
When using "AND", then you will find only search results, in which all terms appear.
sap abap =
sap AND abap
If you label several search terms with "OR", then at least one of these terms will be included in the results.
c++ OR c# finds either c++ or c#
You can use the "NOT" to exclude search terms.
java NOT sql finds java but not sql
Two or more search terms in quotation marks are treated as a word order.
"SAP FI" finds exactly this word order (SAP FI Consultant)
Grouping with Brackets (…)
Through the use of brackets (...), it is possible to logically connect combinations with one another.
c++ (linux OR unix) finds c++ and linux or c++ and unix or c++ and linux and unix
By using the * symbol at the end of your search term you can do a wildcard search.
project* finds both projectmanager and projectleader
People and Companies Names
As a premium member you can also search for people and company names. As a result you get all of the profiles, projects/jobs of the person/company and all profiles and projects/jobs, where such names are mentioned.