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ignatz

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  1. One more voice advocating for this feature. I have recently gone pro and begun using Evernote much more heavily. It will greatly enhance the software for me when I can link across notes.
  2. I tried the underscore trick and this did not work. Searching for "_home" does the same thing as searching for "@home": it finds the text string "home". Has anyone else tried this? To clarify, I am using the Windows desktop platform. I did not try the search on the web version.
  3. I tried the underscore trick and this did not work. Searching for "_home" does the same thing as searching for "@home": it finds the text string "home". Has anyone else tried this?
  4. I didn't find this thread when I posted mine today, but I have the same issue with my tagging. I got a response today from a developer. I don't agree with this functionality, but at least we're getting an explanation. I also feel that there should be a way to force a search for this sort of symbolic string.
  5. Another user concerned with the direction that Evernote is taking. Categories with filter searches and file links are both critical to how I have come to use Evernote to document my engineering work. I hope that they find their way back into the software.
  6. I use Evernote 2.2 to implement a basic GTD system (among other things). I have categories set up such as "@home" or "@phone" that will be familiar to anyone using GTD. In 2.2 I have search filters built into the categories so that I just have to add the "@home" text to any note to categorize it automatically in the GTD categories. I tried to set up a similar system in 3 using the saved searches structure. However, when I set up a search for "@home" it only searches for "home". The "@" character is completely ignored and thus I wind up with many notes that I did not want. I tried a similar search for ".home" with the same result. This search, then, is not useful for me. I have to redefine my labels to something using just characters, such as "ahome" or "zhome". This is not a huge problem, but it is very inconvenient. As more GTD'ers begin to try EN3, you will certainly hear more complaints. Can this search functionality be fixed? Why would I put another character in my search box if I did not want the software to search for it? Has anyone else experienced this?
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