What’s a search operator? It’s simply a character or combination of characters used to search more precisely online. In the example above, “-“ is a search operator that tells Twitter not to include Tweets that include “http.”

How to do it:

There are a number of useful search operators. For example, since:[yyyy-mm-dd] will allow you to search Tweets sent after a specific date. So, typing Twitter hacks and tricks since:2016-10-01 in the search bar will only deliver Tweets containing “Twitter hacks and tricks” that were sent after October 1, 2016.

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You can use search operators in combination. Check out Twitter’s full list by clicking operators on the Twitter search page.