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Is there a search function for OpenStudy? I want to see if there are questions that I have that might have been asked already.

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im afraid you'll just have to google it and add site:openstudy.com note..no space between site, the colon and openstudy
why search when you can ask your own and get live help
@lgbasallote is right! and @imranmeah91 - in smaller groups (unlike Math, which is wonderfully staffed) getting someone to respond might take awhile haha.

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@lgbasallote thank you! :D; @imranmeah91 I am not sure about OpenStudy but most forums that I checked out before preferred people just search/look up rather than asking repeated questions >.<; @kma230 thank you :D
openstudy's goal is interactive help though :D
I've just signed onto Open Study - my first thought is I think it really needs a search function. But using lgbasallote's suggestion I can get by. Even searching in a specific subject like "ocw physics 1" e.g. "standard kilogram ocw physics 1 site:openstudy.com"

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