List of search terms in Pokémon GO to filter and find Pokémon you have caught. Legendary, lucky, perfect IV, can evolve and much more.
Will find any Pokémon with that name or nickname.
Finds all Charmander.
All Pokémon in the species/evolution line. (Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard)
Returns any Pokémon that have been nicknamed Firestarter.
Every Pokémon has a number that corresponds to it's place in the Pokédex.
All Pokémon with that Pokédex number. Charmander in this case.
Shows all the Pokémon with a Pokédex number of 1-5.
Shows all Pokémon with a Pokédex number above 5.
Shows all Pokémon with a Pokédex number below 5.
Want to know which of your Pokémon has perfect stats or has the most health? These strings got you covered. Note: IVs are a 1-15 stat scale, this means certain % are not possible.
Pokémon with IV (Stats) 48.9% and below.
Pokémon with IV (Stats) between 51.1% and 64.4%.
Pokémon with IV (Stats) between 66.7% and 80%.
Pokémon with IV (Stats) between 82.2% and 97.8%.
Pokémon with IV (Stats) 100%.
Any Pokémon with that exact CP.
Any Pokémon with CP between 2000 and 3000.
Any Pokémon with that exact HP.
Any Pokémon with HP between 2000 and 3000.
There is a surprisingly large amount of keywords that let you find all sorts of different Pokémon. For example Evolve lets you find all Pokémon that have met their candy or requirements and are able to evolve.
alola / alolan
Pokémon in their Alolan forn.
Event Pokémon such as Santa Hat Pikachu
Pokémon currently defending gyms.
Pokémon that have met their evolution requirements and are able to evolve.
female / male
Pokémon of the female or male gender.
Pokémon that hatched from an egg.
Pokémon that require an item to evolve.
Pokémon received from trades.
Pokémon currently boosted weather conditions.
Using the @ sign you can find any Pokémon with that move. Note that these strings can be combined: @dragon&2ice would find a Pokémon with any dragon move and also has a charged ice move.
Pokémon that have the move Thunder.
Pokémon with Electric type moves.
Pokémon with a fast Electric type move.
Pokémon with a Charge Electric type fast move.
Pokémon with a secondary Charge Electric type move.
Pokémon that can learn an additional charged move.
Pokémon who have already gained an additional charged move.
You can use the various filters / strings mentioned up above with logical operators, to further constrain your search.
By using these in conjuction with the others, you can make specific, useful strings such as: [machop&!3*&!4*&cp1000-] which will return all Machops under 82%, but higher than 1000 in CP for easier marking & trading.
This page was last updated on October 21st, 2020, 06:21 AM