Examples: query, "exact match", wildcard*, wild?ard, wild*rd
Fuzzy search: cake~ (finds cakes, bake)
Term boost: "red velvet"^4, chocolate^2
Field grouping: tags:(+work -"fun-stuff")
Escaping: Escape characters +-&|!(){}[]^"~*?:\ with \, e.g. \+
Range search: properties.timestamp:[1587729413488 TO *] (inclusive), properties.title:{A TO Z}(excluding A and Z)
Combinations: chocolate AND vanilla, chocolate OR vanilla, (chocolate OR vanilla) NOT "vanilla pudding"
Field search: properties.title:"The Title" AND text



initInterview is a platform for knowledge sharing, discussion, tutorials, courses and differerent jobs notifications for interviews. You can ask, discuss queries about interviews, learn skills for the interviews, prepare for the interviews and help others by answering their queries.

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It's all about:

  1. learning about interviews,
  2. Helping others,
  3. sharing knowledge,
  4. gathering and organizing information,
  5. Learning and gaining skills.
  6. Prepare for Interviews

Information organized around questions can be specific or they can be in the form of a discussion on a certain topic. Below every question are the answers which are sorted by votes. The number of votes indicates the quality of both answers and questions. Almost every post can be voted up (+) or down (-).


We have a collection of Tutorials and Notes on different topics which will help you to learn or revise quickly.


You can, of course, always answer you own question if you know the answer to it. This way you are helping others and it will also earn you some reputation. You can ask as many questions as you want but keep in mind that duplicate questions might be voted down or even deleted.

Everything related to the website itself should be discussed in the 'Feedback' section. There you can post all your site-related questions, suggestions, general feedback or feature requests.

A question might be closed for various reasons — it has too many answers, it's a duplicate of another question or it's just inappropriate. Closing a question means that no new answers can be posted but that doesn't affect the editing functionality. A question is automatically marked for closing once it reaches -5 votes.

Everyone with the 'Teacher' badge can edit questions.


Answers can be posted to any question that hasn't been closed yet. The good answers are always at the top and one of them can be approved as the best by the author of the question. The approved answer should be the one that's most helpful to the author of the question, rather than the one with the most votes. You should avoid posting answers that are one or two words long. These should be posted as comments instead (see Comments).

Everyone with the 'Freshman' badge can edit answers.


Every time you edit a question or an answer, a new revision is created. Revisions keep track of all the changes in the text, title and tags of questions and answers. The first revision is the original. The next edit you make will create revision #1, followed by #2 and so on.

You can always switch back to the original or any other revision. Restoring back to the original does not delete any of the previous revisions but creates a new revision with the original text restored.


Comments can be posted on all questions and answers. Basically, anything that's too short for an answer should be a comment. Comments can also contain suggestions, corrections or criticism. Bad comments will be voted down and automatically hidden once they reach -5 votes.

Everyone with the 'Enthusiast' badge can post comments.

Voting and Reputation

If you like something useful or interesting, vote it up. Questions that are clear and well-written should also be given +1. The same goes for answers that are helpful. If something is poorly written, unclear, rude or inappropriate, vote it down.

Your reputation points measure how much other people trust you and like you. Reputation is earned by posting good questions and answers. It is also awarded with certain badges.

Voting is linked to reputation. You earn reputation points when your post gets voted up and you lose points if your post gets voted down. Voting down costs 1 reputation point.

If your answer is voted up you get: 10 points
If your question is voted up you get: 5 points
If your comment, feedback or translation is voted up you get: 2 points
If your answer is approved you get: 10 points
If you approve an answer to your question you get: 3 points
If your post gets voted down you lose: 3 points
If you vote something down you lose: 1 points


Badges are only given to those who deserve them. Being friendly and treating people with respect will always earn you badges and reputation points. So be nice and get some of these badges:

Nice Profile your profile is complete (+10 points)
Reporter for each report you submit
Voter voted more than 100 times
Critic voted down 10 times
Supporter voted up 50 times (+10 points)
Commentator posted 100 comments
Editor edited your post for the first time
Back in Time each time you restore a post from a revision
Newbie approved an answer to your question for the first time (+10 points)
Enthusiast reached 100 reputation points
Freshman reached 300 reputation points
Scholar reached 500 reputation points
Teacher reached 1000 reputation points
Professor reached 5000 reputation points
Geek reached 9000 reputation points
Good Question your question reached 20 votes (+10 points)
Good Answer your answer reached 10 votes (+10 points)
Eureka! every time you answer your own question
Senior your account is one year old
Disciplined every time you delete your own comment


If you ever notice any problem, report them! This includes bugs, missing or incorrect information, abusive, discriminatory or exploitative behavior. Every report you send helps the initInterview Community.


You don't need to register for an account on InitInterview — you simply sign in with your social account. The first time you sign in, we will only ask you for your name and email address. We promise to keep your email safe and never send you anything, unless it's really important.


We will love to hear your feedback.

The feedback section is where you can tell us what you think about the initInterview. You can also ask anything about the site itself, describe in details any problems you've encountered or suggest some improvements. So if you think there's something we've missed here, go there and tell us now!

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