๐Ÿ“˜Quicktrends operator list

Here's the list that you can use on all the units (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok). You'll find all the links that redirect to the specific filters.

The CTRL+F command and Command+F on a Macbook allows you to easily find your filter in the table.

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Boolean operators list


A space

To relate words, equals "AND".

bank scandal To search for all the posts containing these 2 key-words, no matter their position in the post.


To search for a word or another. Equals the logical "OR".

scandal OR boycott To search for the posts containing at least one of these key-words.

The sign -

To remove a word.

-bank For not collecting the publications that contain this word.

Brackets ()

To bring words together. By default the "AND" (space) has the priority on the "OR".

(scandal OR boycott) bank (scandal OR boycott) (banks OR bank) scandal bank -(director OR CEO)

Each line is independent (a new line equals OR with brackets around the line).

It's not necessary to put all the variants with and without capital letter : Visibrain considers all the letter cases variants. On the contrary you need to list the different variant of accentuations (รฉ, ร , รง, รป, รฏ ...). Indeed, Visibrain considers a word with accent differently than the word without accent.

Operators on the content



It catches all the posts containing this key-word with or without an hashtag before it.

car It catches all the posts containing the key-word "car" or the hashtag #car.

"the exact expression"

It catches all the posts containing that exact expression, in this order.

"blue car" It catches all the posts with the key-expression "blue car" in it. Nevertheless it doesn't catch that : "blue auto and yellow car".


It catches all the posts containing the hashtag.

#car It catches all the posts containing the #car.


It catches all the posts containing a specific emoji.


It catches all the posts containing "element" even if it's a part of a word. It doesn't work for taking datas back.

contains:account It catches: account, accounting, accountability ... But also: unaccountable, unaccountably ...


It allows you to catch all the posts in a specific language. XX = language abbreviation. The main languages : fr (french), en (english), es (spanish), ja (japanese). Check the list of available languages.

moto lang:fr It catches all the french speaking posts containing the key-word "moto". moto -lang:ja It doesn't catch any japanese sepaking post.

url:key-word url:"the-exact-expression"

It catches all the internet contents whose URL contains the key-word (or the key-expression).

url:"lemonde.fr" It catches all the posts from the lemonde.fr website.

There's no need to write the different variation with or without a capital letter : Visibrain constantly considers all the variants of the case letter.

On the contrary, you must list all the different accents variations. Indeed, Visibrain makes a difference between a word with an accent and a word without an accent.

Operators on Twitter accounts



It catches all the activity of the Twitter account @user.

from:lemondefr It catches when @lemondefr tweets are when he retweets an other account. It doesn't catch when another account retweets @lemondefr.


It catches all the retweets (done by other accounts) of the tweets written by @user.

retweets_of:lemondefr It catches when @journalist1 retweets a tweet of @lemondefr. It doesn't catch the initial tweet of @lemondefr.


It catches a tweet that mentions @user.

@bouyguestelecom It catches when a user writes a tweet as " I have a new phone plan @bouyguestelecom" or "@bouyguestelecom I have a question about my phone plan". It doesn't catch @bouyguestelecom's tweets.


It catches all the answers addressed to the user @user.

to:LDLC It will catch all the answers addressed to @LDLC's tweets and all the tweets starting with "@LDLC ..." It doesn't catch @LDLC's tweets.

The operators : from: retweets_of: and url: are used without the @'s user. If you put the @, your rule will not work.

Don't forget the operator from:user The operators retweets-of:user, @user or to:user used with nothing else will not catch the @user's tweets. You could get informations that are not relevant. We recommend you to constantly use them with the operator from: For example: from:user retweets_of:user

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