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Additional Command Line Functions

One of the best ways to save time with your search query is to leverage our Sentieo Command Line shortcut to get instant results of your query.


It’s present on the homepage of the app next to the MENU button. It will help you search through various features of our platform in one go.

The Sentieo Command line shortcut has 3 different modes that can actually help you use the platform in a faster way.

No Ticker Mode

When you are looking forward to opening a specific feature on the tool like Document Search, EDT or Plotter, you can simply type in the shortcut keyword of the feature in the search field and press Enter key.


Some notable shortcuts for the features are mentioned below:

Ticker Mode

This mode comes into action when you actually want to do a ticker specific search. You need to type in the name of the ticker and then either press TAB, (,) or ENTER key and accordingly we will showcase the results in front of you in terms of the features wherein you can run the query.

You can even do a specific query search for a Ticker using the command line. For instance, you want to search for latest transcripts for AAPL, you can simply type in “AAPL TT” and we will showcase the results for you.

For additional commands refer to this guide

Multiple Ticker Mode

The buck doesn’t stop at single ticker searches. You can also use input Multiple tickers so as to do a search. As soon as you input the multiple tickers, we will showcase all the features that support the same in one go. For example, if you want to look up for 10K documents for AAPl, Microsoft as well as Google in one go, you can follow the below-mentioned steps:

  1. Type in the name of the ticker, say AAPL, and then press TAB and then start typing in the name of the other ticker.
  2. Now you need to type the in: command function, i.e. in:10k and press Enter key.

Similarly, if you want to directly open up Comparable Analysis for the multiple tickers in one go, just type in the tickers and select Comparable Analysis.


Updated on August 16, 2018

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