Fri 20:23 Pass Julia arguments to be executed in REPL? – stackoverflow.com
Fri 20:23 Received a 'behavior reminder' from manager. Not sure if it was just me or something she sent to the whole team – workplace
Wed 08:23 How to negotiate a raise, if they want me to get an offer letter? – workplace
Wed 08:23 What should I do when my company overstates my experience to prospective clients? – workplace
Tue 08:23 What to do when my company fake my resume? – workplace
Sun 20:23 Split vector by each NA in R – stackoverflow.com
Sat 08:23 Is there a way to use a using-declaration inside a requires-expression – stackoverflow.com
Fri 20:23 How to perform and shine in a team when the boss is too busy to manage – workplace
Thu 15:23 Junior engineer initiating counselling sessions to offer unsolicited advice to senior employees – workplace
Wed 15:23 Short-term options to mitigate burnout and demotivation while working with painful colleague – workplace
Tue 08:23 Rejecting a job offer that really doesn't fit me well - do I explain myself? – workplace
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- The filter matches using both the URL and the title, case-insensitively.
- test will simply search for test. !test will exclude anything containing test.
- test, !b will include anything containing test that does not contain b.
- test, b will search for anything containing test or b. There is no way to do 'and' instead of 'or'.
- https://workplace, https://stackoverflow, !test
will show only posts from workplace and stackoverflow, that do not have 'test' in the title.
will show everything except workplace and stackoverflow.
- You cannot use escape characters.
- Exclamation points that are not at the start, do not negate the search. E.g. no! is not a negative filter.
- A good way to match sites is by matching just a little bit around the site name. E.g. https://security.stackexchange.com/question/x can be matched using /security.
and mathoverflow using /mathoverflow..
- A set of filters that I like is this.
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