The built-in site filter may seem simple and easy, but definitely has its more powerful sides too.
The basics are really simple
However, the search field is really where the magic lies. By default, it will perform a full-body text search on mentoring profiles and deliver the results.
However, you can also search for a combination of skills or specific strings.
You can use quotation marks
"" to look specifically for
"Java", for example. (Note: our search usually takes care of this already, but the function can be used for any kind of text matching)
Searching for a list of comma-separated skills will yield mentors where all of the skills are found.
So, searching for
Full-body text yielding too many results? You can use prefixes to search for specific values, for example:
title:CTOsearches for people who have CTO as their title
tag:pythonsearches for people skilled in Python
company:Googlesearches for people working at Google
name:Dominic Monnsearches for Dominic Monn
You can also combine these with commas, e.g.