With a recent update you can now use search commands in Pokémon GO that will help us to know more about all the creatures we have. We present you all these filters.
When we already have many creatures in Pokémon GO it is not easy to know what type each of them belongs to or what is required to evolve them, but thanks to a recent update we have it now much simpler. With the inclusion of search commands in Pokémon GO we will have access to a series of filters that will make our lives easier.
To apply filters in Pokémon GO is as simple as knowing what commands we can enter in the pokémon search bar, opening a range of new opportunities that you should know.
Pokémon GO: all the search commands you can use
Where are these search commands entered?
To locate the search bar in the Pokémon GO interface, you must first touch the menu button that is pokeball shaped at the bottom of the screen, and then touch the button with the Pikachu shape. Now you will get to the interface with all the Pokémon where you can filter them in the magnifying glass.
- Filtered by name
No more mystery, enter the name of the Pokémon you want to search.
- Filtered by type
You can type the type of Pokémon you want to search, and you will see all those of that same type. The good thing that you can use the “,” to separate different types of Pokémon and so the results will return all those related to the types you have indicated.
Example: “fire, earth” will result in all fire-type and earth-type Pokémon
- Filtered by movements
Simply write an “at” followed by the type of movement so that all Pokémon that have such movement are filtered.
- Filtered by species
Enter the “+” sign next to a Pokémon.
As an example: + bulbasaur will offer you results of bulbasaurs, Ivysaurs and Venusaurs
- Filtered by the pokedex number
Simply enter the pokedex number and you will see what Pokémon it belongs to. If you put several separate numbers of “a script”, you will see all the Pokémon that go from that number to the next one.
- Filtered by CP and HP
CP2000-3000 filters all Pokémon with CP between 2000 and 3000
- Filtered by evolution
If you use the keyword “evolve” you will see all the Pokémon that can evolve
With the keyword “evolve” it returns all the Pokémon that you have and that can evolve
“Evolve & 10,13,16” returns all you can evolve from Weedle, Caterpie and Pidgey
“Object”, it returns all the Pokémon that need an element of evolution to evolve
- Filtered by Pokémon that are defending
With the keyword “defender” we can know the Pokémon that are descending gym
- Filtered by legendaries
With the keyword “legendary2 we can know that legendary Pokémon we have
- Singular Pokémon
With the keyword “singular” we can know what unique Pokémon we have
- Pokémon variocolor
With the keyword “variocolor” we can know that Pokémon of this type have
- Aloke Pokemon
With the keyword “alola” we will know that Pokémon with this form have
- Pokemon that have hatched from an egg
With the keyword “hatched” we can know that Pokémon have come out of an egg
- Pokemon affected by a climate
If we put the “at” followed by a “climate” we can know which Pokémon affected by that climate have
- Pokémon exchanged
If we enter the keyword “exchanged” we can know the exchanged Pokémon that we have
- Pokemon with nickname
If we put the nickname of a Pokémon, the Pokémon with that nickname will appear
- How to perform multiple searches at the same time
If we separate the terms to search with “:”, “,” or “;” we can perform several searches at the same time
Thanks to these search commands for Pokémon Go , we can filter all the Pokémon that we have in a fast and simple way. If you need more help, you have at your disposal our Pokémon GO guide , as well as our analysis of Pokémon GO to discover more about the title for Android and iOS , without forgetting all the research and reward tasks of Pokémon Go in the month of March. , how to capture Smeargle or how to take advantage of the Fighting Challenge .