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The Confluence "AND" operator does not work for me

The Confluence "AND" operator does not work for me, at least not as I expect.

Confluence documentation says that it should work: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-search-syntax-158720.html.  The examples and explanations in that doc look obvious enough.  But that is not the behavior I am seeing.

 

Example:

"query AND users".  Gives pages with one or the other term; or a variation on one or the other of the terms.  (I used the Confluence page search to confirm this.)

 

How can I search for pages that have both exact terms "query" and "users"?  Note I also tried this without success: ["query" AND "users"]

 

Are there limitations on which versions or types of Confluence support this?

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