4 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this questionthis question, which currently has "status-planned"

Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this question, which currently has "status-planned"

Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this question, which currently has "status-planned"

3 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this question, which currently has "status-planned"

Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this question, which currently has "status-planned"

Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this question, which currently has "status-planned"

2 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this questionthis question, which currently has "status-planned"

Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this question, which currently has "status-planned"

Jeff gets offended when this comes up, but it really isn't very good. Most "advanced" users just use "site:stackoverflow.com <search terms>" to find things, as it is infinitely better.

HOWEVER, I believe there are some improvements being planned that would make the site search more relevant. In particular, things like being able to add -userid:XXX to search for posts by a particular user and so on. For more on that, check out this question, which currently has "status-planned"

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