If our storage is at its 2000 maximum, the Pokemon Go Search Strings function can be really helpful. Our thorough explanation of each string and combination for filtering Pokemon can be found in our search string guide.
While some search phrases are fairly self explanatory, we’ve created an easy to follow chart with each search option including an explanation and also an example of what they accomplish for people who are unfamiliar with all of the available search capabilities.
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Types Of Pokemon Go Search Strings :-
#. Possible Searches Strings: Surprisingly, this functionality appears to have mostly gone unnoticed by the Pokemon Go Search Strings community. Every trainer has at some point believed that the only option was to manually filter through since they were unable to display only a few specific Pokemon from their storage. This takes time and is frequently frustrating.
Fortunately, Pokemon Go search strings eliminate all of that repetition and let us discover precisely what we are looking for so we can resume gathering Pokemon and engaging in battles to fill in the gaps in our Pokedex.
#. Searching My Pokemon Name: Trainers are most likely already familiar with the bar’s initial application. We may see every single species we have by typing the name of a Pokemon into the search bar. So, all the variations of that “mon” we’ve caught will be displayed if we search for “Charizard.
When a Pokemon name begins with +, its evolution line is also included. All we have to do to accomplish this is add a “+” to the search term. In this instance, ‘+Charizard’ will display all of our Charmander evolution line Pokemon, like as Charmander, Charmeleon, or Charizard. The same outcomes apply to “+Charmander” and “+Charmeleon,” as well.
#. Combining searches: To combine searches into a statement, use the operators & or. For instance, searching for grass & evolution will display all Pokemon of the Grass type that can now evolve.
#. Exclude Pokemon: To exclude Pokemon that match our search from our search, use before the search. For instance, looking for!defender will display every Pokemon who isn’t currently guarding a Gym.
#. Minimum Searches: Add to a end of a search to look for Pokemon with a specific minimum HP or CP. Searching cp300, for instance, will display all Pokémon with a CP of 300 or higher.
#. Multiple Searches: To find Pokemon that fit several criteria, use, or. For instance, searching electric, weather will display all Pokemon of the Electric type and Pokemon whose current attack is being amplified by the weather.
#. Punctuation: The search will not give up any Pokemon whose names contain punctuation or other special characters unless the query also contains the punctuation. For instance, a search for mr. will turn up both Mr. Mime and Mr. Rime, but mr. mime will not turn up any Pokemon.
How We Can Use Pokemon Go Search Strings?
Have you ever had trouble discovering friends on social media just looking for their names, unless they have usernames that are completely unexpected? Then, we can quickly find any Pokemon we want to check out by using a few straightforward Pokemon Go search Strings.
Just like that. The Pokemon Go search strings criteria in the game will help to find what we’re looking for even if we don’t know the precise name of the Pokemon. Simply click the Pokeball just on Pokemon GO home screen to toggle to the Pokemon section.
Then, in order to find a specific Pokemon or group of Pokemon, click the Search icon in the upper-left corner of the screen then enter any of the Pokemon GO search strings and phrases phrases provided below.
How To Search Collection In Pokemon Go Search Strings?
To search the collection in Pokemon Go Search Strings, this is the steps below.
• Click on Main Menu button in Map View.
• Pick up the Pokémon button.
• Open the search field by tapping the magnifying glass icon at the top list.
In the field, type a search term. Additionally, we have the option of choosing a search keyword from a list of suggested terms or our most recent searches. For more refined results, we can mix different search phrases.