Search Tips in Slideworld
"Our Search result returns only powerpoint presentations ,so no need to include slides,powerpoint or presentation words in search query."
* Search by author name:If you start a query with [author:], slideworld will restrict the results to only for particular author. For instance, author: Keith Kaplan will return only Presentations uploaded by "Keith Kaplan".
* Search by institute name :If you start a query with [institute:], slideworld will restrict the results to only for particular University. For instance, institute: Mayo Clinic will return only Presentations uploaded by Mayo Clinic authorities.
* Search by website name :If you include [inurl:] in your query, slideworld will restrict the results to those websites in the given domain. For instance, inurl::domain will find pages within domain.Note there can be no space between the "inurl:" and the domain.
* Search only in title field :If you include [intitle:] in your query, slideworld will restrict the results to documents containing that word in the title. For instance, intitle:pathology will return documents that mention the word "pathology" in their title. Note there can be no space between the "intitle:" and the following word.
You can reshuffle your results by no of downloads Posted Date, Author name ,rated. You can rate your favorite presentation and it will go up in search results.
* Quoted Phrases
A query with terms in quotes finds pages containing the exact quoted phrase. For example, “Interventional cardiology“ finds presentation containing the phrase “Interventional cardiology” exactly.
If your search term has more than one meaning (bass, for example, could refer to fishing or music) you can focus your search by putting a minus sign ("-") in front of words related to the meaning you want to avoid.
Automatic exclusion of common words
Slideworld ignores common words and characters such as "where" and "how", as well as certain single digits and single letters, because they tend to slow down your search without improving the results.
If a common word is essential to getting the results you want, you can include it by putting a "+" sign in front of it. (Be sure to include a space before the "+" sign.)
Another method for doing this is conducting a phrase search, which simply means putting quotation marks around two or more words. Common words in a phrase search (e.g., "where are you") are included in the search.
We hope you find this resource useful for your medical practice.