Try track=#test1,#test2,#test3

You are searching for "#test1", "(space)#test2", etc. Nothing will
ever match (space)#test2.

-John Kalucki
http://twitter.com/jkalucki
Services, Twitter Inc.


On Oct 14, 8:38 pm, EastSideDev <eastside...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It seems as neither is working. I tried #test1, #test2, #test3 and
> #test1 #test2 #test3, but I got no data (streaming API), and I let it
> run for hours. When I used only a single term #test1, I immediately
> started getting data. Was there a change to prevent more than one term
> from being used?
>
> On Oct 14, 1:52 pm, John Kalucki <jkalu...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > You may be conflating the Streaming API, which requires commas between
> > keywords, and the search API, which does not.
>
> > -John Kaluckihttp://twitter.com/jkalucki
> > Services, Twitter Inc.
>
> > On Oct 14, 9:19 am, Kyle B <kylebarn...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Oct 13, 4:09 pm, EastSideDev <eastside...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > I am using the streaming search API. If I have more than one term to
> > > > search, do I need to separate those terms with commas? If these are
> > > > hash tags, do I include the hash symbol? ("#test1, #test2, #test3)  I
> > > > am experiencing some random problems, and I would like to eliminate
> > > > this as the trouble spot before looking for the problem elsewhere.
>
> > > Personally, I have experienced no problems using spaces between the
> > > search terms.  Be careful what you use because there is a difference
> > > between searching all keywords and all occurrences of all keywords.  I
> > > think you are fine with or without commas though.
>
> > > Here are the search operators from twitter:  
> > > http://search.twitter.com/operators
>
> > > You can get an idea for url composition by using the advanced 
> > > search:http://search.twitter.com/advanced

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