Is there an advanced search or option to search just the the author's tags for a key word or words?
I am wanting to filter or search for hubs based on their tags.
On the hub author's profile page, there's a search box underneath their photo that states, "Search Content by [Judah's Daughter or whatever the hubber's handle is]". You can type in key words of what you're searching for and a list of their hubs and comments made will come up for you to choose from. I hope this is helpful.
Unfortunately searching under the author's profile just finds text that matches within the author's hubs. I tried a word that I knew was in the TAGS of several hubs, but only got in my results the one hub where that word was actually in the body of a text capsule.
I know you can search by categories from the Hubs tab at the top of every page. I am wanting to do a search of tags. Different from categories and text of Hubs. I am guessing that it is not possible?
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