Searching

New in version 3.9.

Advanced queries using boolean operations, parentheses, or field specific lookup can be used to find the strings you want.

When not defining any field, the lookup happens on Source, Target and Context fields.

../_images/search.png

Fields

source:TEXT

Source string case insensitive search.

target:TEXT

Target string case insensitive search.

context:TEXT

Context string case insensitive search.

note:TEXT

Comment string case insensitive search.

location:TEXT

Location string case insensitive search.

priority:NUMBER

String priority.

added:DATETIME

Timestamp when string was added to Weblate.

state:TEXT

State search (approved, translated, needs-editing, empty, read-only), supports Field operators.

pending:BOOLEAN

String pending for flushing to VCS.

has:TEXT

Search for string having attributes - plural, context, suggestion, comment, check, dismissed-check, translation, variant, screenshot (works only on source strings).

is:TEXT

Search for string states (pending, translated, untranslated).

language:TEXT

String target language.

changed_by:TEXT

String was changed by author with given username.

changed:DATETIME

String was changed on date, supports Field operators.

check:TEXT

String has failing check.

dismissed_check:TEXT

String has dismissed check.

comment:TEXT

Search in user comments.

comment_author:TEXT

Filter by comment author.

suggestion:TEXT

Search in suggestions.

suggestion_author:TEXT

Filter by suggestion author.

Boolean operators

You can combine lookups using AND, OR, NOT and parentheses to form complex queries. For example: state:translated AND (source:hello OR source:bar)

Field operators

You can specify operators, ranges or partial lookups for date or numeric searches:

state:>=translated

State is translated or better (approved).

changed:2019

Changed in year 2019.

changed:[2019-03-01 to 2019-04-01]

Changed between two given dates.

Exact operators

You can do an exact match query on different string fields using = operator. For example, to search for all source strings exactly matching hello world, use: source:="hello world". For searching single word expressions, you can skip quotes. For example, to search for all source strings matching hello, you can use: source:=hello.

Regular expressions

Anywhere text is accepted you can also specify a regular expression as r"regexp". For instance, to search for all source strings which contain any digit between 2 and 5, use: source:r"[2-5]"