Lars Kumbier 1 Posted April 17, 2015 Share Posted April 17, 2015 Hi there, I do have a small problem with the current implementation of the search engine (here is the discussion). In essence, I want to be able to include a set of tags in a search, but exclude any that do not have a reminder set. The use case would be to tag notes according to importance, but to exclude important notes that I already planned for a specific date via the reminder functionality. Example Notes:Finish proposal for Xtag .2-todaytag @officeCall tax agent for an extensionreminder: 2015-04-12 10:00tag .1-nowtag @officeThe second note is already planned on a time, because my tax agent is most likely available then, so I want to keep that point off my mind - in reality I have a dozen notes like that. So I'd like to have one search with all tags .1* and .2*, but without any notes that have a reminder set. This search should to the trick, but doesn't work:notebook:"Action Pending" -reminderOrder:* any: tag:!* tag:1-* tag:2-*The usual solution is to have boolean filters or using mathematical sets. If you want to keep it easy for the user, you could allow a search within a search, so that the user can simply filter an already filtered set of notes again. What do you think? Link to comment
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