Level 5* JMichaelTX 4,105 Posted October 6, 2012 Level 5* Share Posted October 6, 2012 I made this suggestion in May 2012 as part of another thread. It seemed to be well received by a number of other users, but I never did see any response from Evernote. I am concerned that this request got lost in the other thread, so I am submitting it here.Change Search Grammar to Include Child Tags of Specified Parent TagOne change that would really help is to ADD to the Search grammar the provision to include all child Tags of the specified Parent Tag.Example Search Expression: tag:Evernote+The change is the + symbol at the end of the Tag name.This would include all Notes who have a tag of the parent "Evernote" OR any sub-tag of "Evernote".Assume I have a hierarchical Tag like this:EvernoteMacWiniOSAndroidThus, if I have a note with only a tag of "Win", it would be included in the search for "tag:Evernote+".Similarly notes with only a tag of "Mac" would be included.Any note that has only a sub-tag of "Evernote" would be included.I have shown a simple two-level hierarchy above. It is often useful to have a tag hierarchy of several levels.This change would have minimal impact on the Evernote client:The only impact is on the Search engineNo UI changes (other than to allow the use of "+" symbol in search expression)No EN structure changesNo impact on those who don't want to use it Link to comment
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