|Table Brands Search Bar|
Search terms are case insensitive, so it doesn't matter whether you type capitals or not.
If you search by a word such as a brand or scent, it will return EVERY instance of that word. So search for Jasmine, and it'll return not just reviews for the scent name Jasmine, but also scents that have jasmine as a scent note, or where I say a wax melt smells like jasmine.
Searching for partial words has inconsistent results, so if you type app to search for apple, it will only return instances of the word app. And typing the word caram returns caramely, rather than caramel. But typing mull returns both mulled and mulling. So for best results, type the full word(s) you want to search for.
You can use operators the way you do with Google Search. So if you're searching specifically for the term "Fresh Air", you'll need to put it in quotes to return that exact term. If you don't put it in quotes, it'll return every instance of the word fresh and the word air, whether it's part of the term "fresh air" or not. OR you can click the "advanced" link under the search bar and type fresh air after "and this exact phrase".
You can also use the negative sign if you don't want certain words to return. So if you search for apple -caramel (no space after the "-" sign), it'll return all instances of the word apple, but no instances of caramel. OR you can click the "advanced" link under the search bar, type apple in the first field, and caramel in the field that says "and none of these words".
To cancel a search and exit the search results box, click on the white "X" at the top of the page, or just click on any area outside of the box.
If you need more help with the search bar, including the "advanced" features, click the "advanced" link under the search bar and then click "search tips" on the top right.