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My current search query is this:

[worklight] is:question answers:0 duplicate:no closed:no

However, has several other related tags, such as: , , and so on.

I would like to modify my search query so that it would return any result contain any of the tags. Something like this:

[worklight] or [worklight-console] or ...[ ] ... is:question answers:0 duplicate:no closed:no
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yes............ – Zaheer Ahmed Nov 5 '13 at 12:14
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Use wildcards with your tag

[*worklight*] is:question answers:0 duplicate:no closed:no

Result

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zzz fastest gun something... – hjpotter92 Nov 5 '13 at 11:33
    
Fantastic. Thank you. – Idan Adar Nov 5 '13 at 11:40

Yes, or works in search queries. For example, [worklight] or [worklight-adapters] or [worklight-studio] is:question answers:0 duplicate:no closed:no

So does [worklight*] is:question answers:0 duplicate:no closed:no (I doubt wildcards work outside of tags though)

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