Search Bookmarks

Learn how to quickly and easily search your twitter bookmarks for any keyword, tag, or username.



In this video, we're going to talk about how to use the search function inside of Dewey so you can search your bookmarks efficiently. The search bar is conveniently located right at the top, next to your profile icon. However, if you prefer using keyboard shortcuts, you can simply press Option + F on a Mac keyboard, and that will take you directly to the search bar. Once you're in the search interface, you can start typing to see what comes up. Additionally, you have the option to use various search modifiers, allowing you to search by content, tag, or author. For instance, if we try searching by author, let's use "cultural tutor" as an example, you'll see all the bookmarks related to this specific author that you have saved.

If you click on the little funnel icon, you'll find more advanced search operators. These allow you to perform an exact word search and include a bit of search logic, such as using "OR" if you're dealing with multiple words. This feature is particularly useful if you have a large number of bookmarks and need to quickly find what you're looking for.

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