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How do you search for notes clipped from particular websites?   It used to be that if i wanted to find all notes clipped from, say, evernote.com, I could input:        

sourceURL:http://www.evernote.com/* 

and everything clipped from that website would come up.  That feature has not worked for me for a few months now, and it is really annoying.  I have tried miscelaneous variants of that and those havent worked, and i have tried looking online for the answer and the only thing i see is to use the search term i was already using.  How does one conduct that search nowadays?  Any help is really appreciated, even if the answer seems really obvious!  Thank you :)

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50 minutes ago, dino-myte said:

How do you search for notes clipped from particular websites?   It used to be that if i wanted to find all notes clipped from, say, evernote.com, I could input:        

sourceURL:http://www.evernote.com/*

sourceurl:https://evernote.com/*  worked for me (Mac)

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Im dumb!  You solved it!    You made me realize that the problem must have arisen after i started opening web pages under https instead of just http.  I must not have conducted that search for enough time after doing the switch to realize.  I was just missing that stupid "s"!  I am so glad my search problem was such an easy fix this time!  Thank you!!  :D

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I did see that a search on sourceURL:http://www.evernote.com/*  did turn up some notes in my collection, they're all from 2011 or earlier though. :) 

It would be a nice improvement if we could dispense with the http:// or http:// prefix when searching. Searching on www.evernote.com* should suffice. Of course, that leads into the  old "Evernote should have support for regex and/or advanced wildcarding" requests.

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