FriendFeed has updated its search feature with added functionality. If you're not familiar, FriendFeed is a social aggregator that enables users to track activity on various social networks and social bookmarking sites from one place.
Now, you can conduct the following search functions:
- Search for words only in entry titles or in comments
[intitle:superbowl] - entries that mention "Superbowl" in the title
- Search for only entries that were liked or commented on by specific friends
[like:bret football] - entries about football that Bret has liked
- Search for entries with a minimum number of likes or comments
[comments:5 friendfeed] - entries that mention FriendFeed with at least 5 comments
- Exclude terms from your search
[jobs -steve] - entries about the job market, not the CEO of Apple
You can also use FriendFeed's advanced search page to filter down your searches.
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