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Use keywords when asking a question to narrow and further define your search.
- Basic keywords
You can use keywords such as "top" and "bottom" to, for example, only see results for the best or worst performing sales rep.
- Date keywords
Date keywords give you the freedom to narrow your search by days, weeks, months, quarters, or years. There are also a number of date related keywords such as "after", "before", and "year-over-year". Use the new date keywords to describe dates in the future. This is useful for exploring things that are scheduled for a future date, such as shipments due to go out in the next week.
- Time keywords
Time keywords are the most useful when trying to figure out how many visitors you've received within the last "n minutes or hours".
- Text keywords
You can use text keywords to find similar words or phrases that contains a certain word. For example, product name contains "green".
- Number keywords
These keywords allows you to define your search by sum, average, count, max, min, and other accumulations.
- Filter keywords
Filter keywords work in the same way as filters on table columns or chart axes.
- Location keywords
The keywords "near" and "farther than" allow you to search with spatial filters on your geo type columns with latitude/longitude data. This lets you focus your search based on distance and locations. You can specify a specific radius using miles, kilometers, or meters.