Bryan Sullo 5 Posted February 24, 2014 Share Posted February 24, 2014 I believe this topic is cross-platform.I have searched the forum for similar topics, and have not found it. It appears that using certain characters in tags breaks the search feature. For example, if I create tags such as "Household-Bills", "Household-Heating", "Household-Projects", etc. and I want to see all "Household" items, I can search like this: tag:Household* However, if I have some tags like "To-Visit (Indoors)", "To-Visit (Outdoors)", "To-Visit (Free)", and I want to search for all "To-Visit" tags, I cannot. None of these syntaxes returns the expected results: tag:To-Visit*tag:"To-Visit*"tag:"To-Visit"* Similarly, using spaces in tags hampers the search feature as well. Since the nesting of tags has no functional benefits for searching (which it should), this is the only method for making hierarchical tags. After all that, my question is, what characters used in tags will not break the search feature? I'd like to use something as a delimiting character. I realize I can do tags like "HouseholdBills" or "ToVisitIndoor" but I'd prefer more readability than that. Link to comment
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