gregconquest 0 Posted August 7, 2012 Share Posted August 7, 2012 I have one long document in my evernote account. It is a list of sites and account details (full passwords are not listed). When I go to a site and I need to log in, I used to use google docs, er, google drive, to search for my login info. However, on mobile, Drive cannot search inside the document and take you to a specific line. It can only tell you which document has the searched for word.This appears to be the case with evernote too!Is this an oversight? How do I use an android phone to search INSIDE an evenote document for a specific word then being taken to that specific word?As a workaround, I can use Opera on my phone, which is set to Desktop user agent, so I can search with the same functionality as on a desktop, but this is onerous, and it currently appears to work only with Drive, not evernote. If I try this with evernote, using a mobile browser, then the html that evernote's servers are using makes it impossible for me to select one document from my evernote collection and open it. I can choose it on the left, but the text doesn't open correctly on the right.keyphrases so others can find this discussion: find in document, find on page, find in page, search in document, search on page, search in page, find in a document, find on a page, find in a page, search in a document, search on a page, search in a page, find in the document, find on the page, find in the page, search in the document, search on the page, search in the page, find in my document, find on my page, find in my page, search in my document, search on my page, search in my page, find inside a document, find inside a page, search inside a document, search inside a page, find inside the document, find inside the page, search inside the document, search inside the page, find inside my document, find inside my page, search inside my document, search inside my page, inside a long document, in a long document Link to comment
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