This is an advanced feature. Each answer is implicitly assigned a query, which can also be edited. The query syntax is described in more detail below.
The following product fields can be searched and used in the search syntax.
Searches for products that are in a specific collection, e.g.
collection:games finds all products in the "games" collection.
Searches for products containing a specific tag, e.g.
tag:kids finds all products with the tag "kids".
Searches for products that contain a specific word in the product title, e.g.
title:potter finds products with "potter" in the title like "Harry Potter".
Searches for a word in the product description.
If the field name is omitted, all fields are searched, i.e. a keyword search is performed.
⚠️ Product field names must be lowercase
Tag:kids Collection:gifts ❌ Does not work
tag:kids collection:gifts ✅ Works
⚠️ Whitespaces must be put in phrases
tag:Nice Gifts ❌ Does not work
tag:"Nice Gifts" ✅ Works
You can combine several terms in one query. By default, all terms are optional and only one of them must match. If more than one term must match, use the + operator, e.g.
tag:men +tag:older_50. On the other hand, if a term must not match, use the - operator to exclude a term, e.g.
In addition, the following search operators can also be used:
The AND operator means that all clauses must match, for example
collection:games AND collection:kids searches for products that are in both collections.
OR is the default operator if no other operator is specified and can actually be omitted. OR means that any clause should match, e.g.
tag:man OR tag:woman searches for either products tagged with "man" or "woman". This is the same as
The NOT operator excludes a clause, for example
collection:games AND NOT tag:kids searches for products that are not tagged with kids.
⚠️ All operators have to be UPPERCASE
tag:man or tag:woman ❌ Does not work
tag:man OR tag:woman ✅ Works
⚠️ If you mix AND and OR, you must put the OR clauses in parenthesis
tag:man tag:woman AND collection:gifts ❌ Does not work
tag:man OR tag:woman AND collection:gifts ❌ Does not work
(tag:man tag:woman) AND collection:gifts ✅ Works
(tag:man OR tag:woman) AND collection:gifts ✅ Works
You can use the wildcard character (*) to search for words that begin or end with a substring. For example,
game* would match words that start with "game", like "gamer". And
*game would match words that end with "game", like "boardgame".