Clarification on `filter_by` Argument in Typesense Documentation
TLDR Gabe asked if
filter_by in Typesense accepts OR arguments, which Jason confirmed. Gabe then suggested adding this clarification to the documents.
Jun 25, 2021 (29 months ago)
> For eg:
category:=Shoewill match documents from the category shoes and not from a category like
shoe rack. You can also filter using multiple values:
category:= [Shoe, Sneaker].
Is this an OR? i.e. it returns results that have either a category of "Shoe" or "Sneaker" (or both)?
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