Search functions is generally pants. Use Google site search; example: google.com/sea…ts=
The search on this website is Awful, the worst I've ever seen even the decade I've been on the internet
Thank you
Google search is of course fine but when you're looking for active content it isn't much use. For example, that Google link above, those top results are mostly expired content which you wouldn't care to see.

You should be able to pull that as a term when searching. If there is something more specific you're looking for you might want to look at groups related to it. Once you've searched the term there are filters too where you can pick up the search term from title and description.

I'll check whether there is a wildcard character (it used to be %) and report back.
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