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Create and Run Search Queries

You can construct Atlas Search queries using the $search aggregation pipeline stage. Atlas Search provides operators that you can use to perform specific types of searches on your collection. When you run a $search query, Atlas Search performs a full-text search of the indexed fields for data that matches your query.

  • Enter the term to search in the collection.

  • View your Atlas Search query syntax, which you can then run in your MongoDB Shell, mongosh, or export to a programming language.

    You must create Atlas Search indexes on the collection for all fields that you want to search.

Atlas Search provides options that allow you to modify the score of returned documents and to display the search terms in their original context.

You can run queries from mongosh, from your application using a driver, or from the Atlas user interface.

Use the explain method to return detailed information about your queries.

Note

If you are experiencing issues with your Atlas Search $search queries, see Troubleshoot Errors.

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