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Mighty Panda

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  1. Yes, you are right, it indicates the position of matches in the scrollbar on Windows but it doesn't do the same on macOS. It would be great if the macOS version could have the same feature. Sorry for the confusion, I initially wanted to post only one feature request for search (this ticket) and highlights but then split the ticket up and forgot to revise the text accordingly. For highlights it would be handy to have the same indication.
  2. Thanks for your reply csihilling and for your up-vote! You are right Shift+Alt+T on Windows is a convenient way to add several tags as a search criteria. I would find it more "natural" if I could just type tag: inside the search field and would be presented with a similar selection / dropdown box directly where I type. It would also be great if the feature would be implemented consistently across Windows and macOS. In addition, it would be great if -tag:, or notebook: and would be supported.
  3. Attaching annotated screenshot to better illustrate the type of scrollbar I am referring to. While this scrollbar shows only for search in Google Chrome it would be useful if a similar scrollbar would show for all notes that have highlights.
  4. Thanks for your reply csihilling! I am referring to the scrollbar on the right hand side which indicates both the number of matches as well as the position (see attached and annotated screenshot). This would be particularly useful for highlights (see Indicate Position and Number of Highlights in Sidebar / Scrollbar) but once available could be used for find inside notes as well.
  5. When I use the search operators tag: or -tag: I would like to see a list of all tags appear in a dropdown box. As I start to type the dropdown box should dynamically update to show only tags starting with the characters I typed so far helping me to specify the correct tags or select them from the dropdown box. When I use the search operators notebook: I would like to see a list of all notebooks appear in a dropdown box. As I start to type the dropdown box should dynamically update to show only notebooks starting with the characters I typed so far helping me to specify the correct notebook or select them from the dropdown box. The same feature would potentially be useful for search operators resource:, source:, and todo:.
  6. When I highlight text in a large note with a lot of text or clipped content it can be tricky to find the few highlighted sections. It requires scrolling through the note and visually identifying the highlighted sections. It would be great if a sidebar / scrollbar on the right hand side of the note could indicate where the highlighted sections are and allow me to navigate to the next / previous highlighted section. I am thinking of something similar to the sidebar / scrollbar that indicates matching search terms in a Google Chrome tab when I press Ctrl+F (Windows) or Command+F (macOS).
  7. When I search for a specific term on a webpage in Google Chrome (by pressing Ctrl+F or Command+F) a small bar on the right hand side of the window appears to indicate the position and number of matches within the page. It would be great if Evernote for Windows and macOS could indicate the number and position of matching search terms in a similar way when I search inside a note. It helps to get immediate feedback as to how many matches there are and aids navigation.
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