Analyst444 182 Posted June 6, 2015 Share Posted June 6, 2015 I've decided to use this syntax for my Tags: Y=XXXXXXXXX, where Y is merely a letter I use to indicate what kind of Tag it is. XXXXXXXXXX is a typical Tag value. My question is about the equal (=) sign. Can you envision any problem I may encounter on my Windows or iOS devices that would arise when I do a search, by using the equal (=) sign? In other words, will the use of the equal (=) sign give me incorrect search results in some cases? - - - Or can you envision any other problem I might have working with Evernote by using the equal (=) sign? I raise this question because I know in some searches, special characters like a colon ( and dash (-) are used by Evernote when searching. If you do foresee a problem and advise against using the equal (=) sign, can you suggest another special character (easily accessible on the standard QWERTY keyboard) that I could use without a problem? By the way, if you are interested, here are some examples of the kinds of Tags I have: P means the Tag associates a Note to a particular Person L means the Tag associates a Note to a particular Location T for Topic S for Status W for When D for Disposition Aside from how this structure helps me to mentally relate to a Note, the leading letter on my Tags reduces the list of potential Tags when I assign one to a Note. - - - I don't go to the trouble to Tag every Note, but when I do, this syntax makes it a little easier. Link to comment
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