Julian 39 Posted June 21, 2010 Share Posted June 21, 2010 I'm planning a change in my EN use and I'd like to check something. I feel unorganised when I have too many tags so I'm planning a two level tagging system for my notes, the top level being real EN tags and the second (more specific) level being keywords that I will put on the last line of my notes as needed. For instance I would index a note for a hotel I like as top level EN tag "Travel" and then a keyword of #Hotel added by me inside the note (and maybe others like #Italy, #Venice, #Luxury etc).The reason for "Hotel" rather than just "Hotel" is because firstly it makes it massively less likely that I will get false positives on my searches and only hit my explicitly added keywords and secondly (as already reported and noted by Dave with a "thanks for the suggestion" reply) the fact that search terms in notes are highlighted and can't be turned off really bugs me so I think my approach will at least mean that only the one word on the very last line of the note will be highlighted and that's OK.I'd like to use "#" as my unusual prefix because it is consistent with twitter tags and just looks right to me (from my old C programming days perhaps) but I'd just like to check that # doesn't have some special meaning in the search grammar or isn't planned to be made special any time in the near future. I did scan the 3.5 appendix and couldn't see any mention of it.Am I OK to go ahead with my plan?- Julian Link to comment
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