0 By: Krish Asked: 06/03/20In: Sourcing Sourcing challenge – What kind of results will my search pull? 0 inurl:users.xml “programmer|developer|engineer” “gmail.com” sourcingsourcingchallenges Share Facebook 2 Answers Voted Recent Ashfaq Ahmed BANGALORE, India 4 Questions 31 Answers 2 Best Answers 182 Points View Profile Ashfaq Added an answer on 10/03/20 at 2:37 pm inurl , intitle, filetype are super powerful operators which lets you mine data across web with ease. inurl:users.xml “programmer|developer|engineer” “gmail.com” Let me help by decoding your search string. If you hit the web (Search Engine) inurl:users.xml : This will get you those datas which has the terms users and the file is in xml format. Mostly users.xml can help you mine users data available on public and in xml format. “programmer|developer|engineer” : Now, you are telling the search engine to make sure that the results (inurl:users.xml) has any of these words (Programmer OR Developer OR Engineer) “gmail.com” : Your third parameter of the search ensures, you get only those pages which has atleast one sting as gmail.com. This basically helps you index those pages which has one or more mail IDs as that of gmail.com Hope it helps. Happy Recruiting 🙂 4 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Krish S BENGALURU, India 5 Questions 4 Answers 0 Best Answers 19 Points View Profile Krish S Replied to answer on 13/03/20 at 6:40 am Thanks Ashfaq for making it clear. #recruitingmonk is an awesome platform for clearing my queries. 0 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp You must login to answer this question.