Keenious offers different ways to help you find research that is relevant to you. One way is by using the search function. This is useful when you already have an idea of what you're looking for. The search bar supports boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT), phrase matching (" "), and grouping ().
The cool part about using the search function in Keenious is that your search results are based on how closely they relate to the document you're working on.
In the example below, the document is about the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement, and it's searched for 'small island nations AND health'. Keenious will then prioritize papers that mention those keywords but are also relevant to your main topic. This way, the most useful information for your specific research rises to the top of the list.
Screenshots updated 22/9/23 - Keenious v2023.09.22