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Using the in: Command

One of the best ways to save time with your search query is to leverage our in: command to filter your search by document type or location within a document.

After inputting the term in: into the query box, you’ll see a list of available options. To view a full list of in: command options, simply click on the question mark icon found inside of the query box:

The complete list of possible in: command uses can also be found in the table below:

Using in:Table Function

To restrict your search to tables within documents use the in:table function.




Notice all of our snippets are now table mentions instead of just normal text.

If you want to extract data here historically, just click on the Time Series button at the top right of the table.


You will see this interface for selecting data. For more instructions please click on the video thumbnail at the top right.


Now you will see data collected across many filings, saving you the pain of opening each one individually and copy+pasting.


Example Use Case

Suppose you are searching through documents for mentions of the term revenue. You can use in:tr command to restrict your search results to transcripts only or use the command in:10k to only search within 10K’s.

Multiple in: command can be combined in the same query to search within more than one specific document type. For example, the query below will return mentions of the term revenue inside of any table located in 10K’s and 10Q’s:

in:10k in:10q in:table revenue

Here’s an example of a query using the ticker $AAPL and search term iphone along with the following combined in: command.


Updated on August 2, 2017

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