Moog-Docs is hosted by Atlassian Confluence which requires certain syntax, punctuation and operators to improve your search results.
The built-in search engine will usually turn up results with the newest or most recently published documents first.
If you have had trouble searching what you are looking for, the sections below might be helpful.
Matched Phrase Search
Use double quotes to search for an exact phrase such as 'Situation Filter' or a phrase where 'Situation' and 'Filter' are major words:
Please note: Confluence will ignore common words including 'and', 'the' and 'or' even if they are included in double quotes.
To search for content that contains one of the terms, 'Situation' and 'Filter', use the operator OR in capital letters:
To search for content that contains both the terms, 'Situation' and 'Filter, use the operator AND in capital letters:
To search for content that contains 'Situation' but not 'Filter', use the operator NOT in capital letters:
Excluded Term Search
To search for content that includes 'Situation' and 'Filter' but not 'Alert' use a minus symbol:
Group Search Terms
To search for content that must contain 'Situation' but can contain either 'Filter' or 'Alert', use brackets to group the search terms:
To search for pages and posts with certain words in the titles. use the Add a filter option at the bottom left of the search results page and select With title:
Enter the words you're looking for, in any order, and press Enter.
You can use one or more wildcard characters in you search. These can be used to replace either a single character or multiple characters in your search:
To replace a single character, use a question mark ( ? ) as a wildcard. For example, to search for 'lam', 'lem' and 'lom':
To replace multiple characters in your search, use an asterisk ( * ) as a wildcard. For example, to search for 'moogfarmd', 'moobot' and 'moolet':
You can use a tilde ( ~) to find words that are spelled similarly.
If you wanted to search for 'sigaliser' but you aren't sure how it is spelt, type the word followed by a tilde: