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We use tags to identify individual interests and skills, so that when someone has a question about a topic (say, chemistry) you can type `@chemistry` to notify everyone who has that interest.

 

My question is, how can I find all those conversations specifically? If I just search on "chemistry" I will get results about that word across the organization. I just want to see the list of conversations from my team which have the `@chemistry` tag.

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Hello @lshaver  That's an excellent question, one for which I could not find an answer.  So I'm going to tag @Annie Colonna, the author of this blog, so see if she can assist

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