Filters are based on Elasticsearch, what allows searching for short links by tags, link titles, slugs, original URLs, android URLs, iOS links, expiration links, variation pages and so on...

Here're the examples on how to conduct searches correctly.

If you want to search for a value that has more than 1 word — specify the value in quotes. For example, we are going to find the link "". In this case, our search request will be "recent articles", where link path contains the exact phrase "recent articles".

List of common rules:

#1 Slug — contains the exact phrase "value in quotes"

Example ➡️ path: "recent articles"

#2 Slug — where "path­" field contains "­app­" in a link like ""

Example ➡️ path:app

#3 Slug — where "path­" field contains "­App­" in a link like ""

Example ➡️ path:*App

#4 Android URL — androidURL: value

Example ⬇️


androidURL: ""

#5 iPhoneURL

Example ⬇️


iphoneURL: ""

#6 Title — title: "value in quotes if more than 1 word"

Example ⬇️

title: Blog

title: " Blog"

#7 Expiration URL — expiredURL: value

Example ⬇️

expiredURL: ""


#8 Original URL — value in quotes

Example ➡️ ""

#9 Variation URL — splitURL: value

Example ⬇️


splitURL: ""

#10 Tags — tags: value

Example ⬇️

tags: social

tags: "social networks"

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