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When I do a search like 'intitle:1 +user' on meta, I get proper results in the 'relevance' tab. I switch to the 'votes' tab and all the results don't have 'user' in the title. Seems to be broken. It works fine on SO.

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This is because a new Search system is being tested here on Meta Stack Overflow.

Among other changes, intitle was changed to title. And instead of being a flag, you have to input your title stuff in quotes.

So your desired search would be title:"user". This link shows the votes tab, which does work with the correct syntax.

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+1 Beat me to it. – ChrisF Jan 26 '11 at 17:33

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