A Bing search is a type of source that can be added to your Attensa site.   A source based on Bing search will monitor the search results for the designated query and return any new results in the source feed.  

To create a source based on Bing search follow these steps:

  1. In Content Admin select "+Source"
  2. Locate Bing Search and select "Start"

3. Complete the query form and select "Search"

If the results match your objective select "Save" to create the new source feed.  

Bing boolean search operators

When creating or modifying a Bing search the following operators are available. 

AND 

Finds webpages that contain all the terms or phrases in a query. By default, all searches are AND; that is, the search returns webpages that contain all the terms or phrases in the query.
Case-sensitive; if all the query terms are uppercase, AND is not treated as an operator.  
Example Foo AND bar  
Remarks AND has precedence over OR. 

OR

Finds webpages that contain either the term that precedes the operator or the term that follows the operator.
Same as | and ||.
Example foo OR bar  

NOT

Excludes webpages that contain the specified term or terms.
Example climbing NOT rock 

Finds webpages that contain all the terms or phrases in a query. Same as AND and &&.
Example foo & bar  
                foo& bar  
                foo &bar  
Remarks Each of the examples is equivalent to foo AND bar.
Note, however, that foo&bar is equivalent to “foo bar”. This is because, when no spaces are present, & functions as a stopword, that is, a character that terminates a word. Bing Wordbreaker functionality then removes &. 

Finds webpages that contain either the term that precedes the operator or the term that follows the operator.
Example foo | bar  
Remarks Same as OR and || 

Excludes webpages that contain a term or phrase (same as NOT).
Examples color -red  

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