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On my Mac,  I use the Jump To Notebook icon in the note507098122_ScreenShot2018-12-24at15_57_20.png.dbdd22dcb6672eabbbc4d8bb07ec5deb.png.b4c6e8e65d5eb6bdc1fe4489376f843c.png
(edited: hover on the notebook to see the icon)

I can also access the Notebook dropdown or Notebook Page373968225_ScreenShot2018-12-24at15_47_09.png.15f97447b5d2ce1c166e907614ade332.png
If I have trouble finding the notebook, I can use the search box
 

 

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30 minutes ago, claynichols2015 said:

When I search and find a Note, I can see what Notebook it is in. However, I can't see where the Notebook is.  Often, I want to find and open that Notebook to see what other notes are in it, or to move it around.

In Windows, if you hover over the notebook drop down in the note header a caret will appear.  Click on the caret and context will change to all notes in that notebook.

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If you search using tags and find a note you want I would like to be able to "goto the notebook" where the note is located. I use windows desktop app and have to manually search for the notebook and even then it does not seem to show me in the left hand pane where it is in the hierarchy of notebooks.  Basically you might use tags to find the sort of post you want but then switch to wanting to view the contents of the notebook that the relevant note was in.

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On 8/31/2020 at 4:19 PM, kiwi-notetaker said:

If you search using tags and find a note you want I would like to be able to "goto the notebook" where the note is located. I use windows desktop app and have to manually search for the notebook and even then it does not seem to show me in the left hand pane where it is in the hierarchy of notebooks.  Basically you might use tags to find the sort of post you want but then switch to wanting to view the contents of the notebook that the relevant note was in.

 I merged your post with a previous discussion; see solution above

 

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