Report:SumoBrain/Search Syntax/Allowed Operators/Other Operators
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Relevancy operators can be applied to search terms by appending a “^n” term, where n is a positive integer, to indicate the importance of that term relative to the other terms in the query. This operator controls the relevancy rankings displayed in the hit list, and consequently controls the order in which results appear in the hit list. For example, a query of “wrench^4 OR nut” would return results of the query “wrench OR nut,” where “wrench” is 4 times more important to the relevancy score than “nut."
When used proficiently, the relevancy operators provided by SumoBrain can help users find relevant results much more quickly by weighing the importance of each search term.