How do I create Apple Search Ads

Narrow search results on Mac

You can use keywords to indicate the type of items you're looking for (like apps, contacts, or bookmarks).

To specify the object type, add the text "art: [object type] " at the end of your search term. For example, if you're looking for pictures of New York City, type "New York City art: pictures". To find emails that mention Nisha, type "Nisha art: email".

Object type

Catchphrase

Apps

type: program

type: programs

type: app

contacts

type: contact

type: contacts

folder

type: folder

type: folder

e-mail

type: e-mail

type: e-mails

type: mail message

type: mail messages

Calendar events

type: event

type: events

memories

type: reminder

type: memories

images

kind: picture

kind: pictures

Movies

type: film

type: movies

music

type: music

Audio

type: audio

PDF

art: pdf

type: pdfs

Settings

type: system settings

type: settings

bookmark

type: bookmarks

type: bookmarks

Fonts

type: font

type: fonts

presentations

type: presentation

type: presentations

There are numerous other keywords you can use to search for objects. These include: from, to, author, with, to, day, title, name, subject and contains. If you want to use a keyword, enter it followed by a colon and then enter the search term. For example, “Author: John” or “Title: New York City”.