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The Help Center article titled "How do I search?" needs to be updated to mention the in:saves operator in place of the deprecated inbookmarks:mine operator.

After "bookmarks" changed to "saves", the Help Center article on searching was updated everywhere (compare the first link with the corresponding Help Center article at Meta SE, for instance) to mention the in:saves operator in place of the inbookmarks:mine operator. However, this change didn't get pushed to our site's Help Center, since that page was previously edited following this request: Should we add external searches in some help pages about search?.

So, I request that this Help Center article be updated by our site moderators with the following changes, so that it matches the version at Meta SE:

  • In the section "User Operators", the second bullet point should read:

    in:saves returns posts that you have saved

    As copyable text:

    `in:saves` returns posts that you have [saved](https://math.stackexchange.com/help/saves)
    
  • In the same section, the third bullet point can also be updated as follows:

    intags:mine returns only posts that appear in tags that you are watching. (If you don't have any watched tags, this operator does nothing. For better results, update your watched tags.)

    As copyable text:

    `intags:mine` returns only posts that appear in tags that you are watching. (If you don't have any watched tags, this operator does nothing. For better results, [update your watched tags](https://math.stackexchange.com/users/tag-notifications/current).)
    
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