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Offline Eer

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How can I use Google Search to search NSF?
« on: 10/01/2023 03:58 pm »
This comes up from time to time.

See https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=32793.msg1525381#msg1525381

Which is from Retired Downrange and reads:

The syntax for Google search of the PUBLIC (not L2) forums is as follows

"apollo 16" site:forum.nasaspaceflight.com

I couldn't quote the content. Hopefully you'll follow the link to verify the message.

Edit: added clarity that Google can only search the public forums
« Last Edit: 10/01/2023 07:13 pm by Eer »
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Re: How can I use Google Search to search NSF?
« Reply #1 on: 10/01/2023 04:14 pm »
Another useful google search syntax using the "intitle:" keyword is:

intitle:word site:forum.nasaspaceflight.com

or

intitle:"phrase within quotation marks" site:forum.nasaspaceflight.com

These will search forum thread titles for a word or phrase.

Searches of the forum using google are limited the public threads (L2 is off-limits)
« Last Edit: 10/01/2023 04:23 pm by AnalogMan »

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