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  1. We are seeing issue/request posts for "Sort by Tags" Since notes can be assigned multiple tags, the point is actually "Sort by first tag" which is controlled by prefixing specific tags with a special character Why is this sort important for your workflow - what's the use case? Are there alternatives since this option is not supported in the Version 10 product?
  2. I prefer prefixing tagnames with a special character !?#.... Unfortunately Evernote drops special characters in the text search index
  3. Oups, completely annoying. Here are results from Legacy and EN-10 (both on Windows). Note titles marked with "******" are not according to ASCII in Legacy (left screenshot) ... it makes some sense: "-" is very important, "~+<=>" might be used to weighten something But sort oder on EN-10 is neither ASCII nor Legacy-mode... (on the right) cannot find a reason for moving most characters to other positions only "_" might be by thought: it is the only special character that is NOT ignored while searching - it's a very special character for EN
  4. I think on balance I would also prefer a proper search rather than a "starts with" search, although it might increase false results. I like being able to type a "special character" and see all my tags beginning with that character without it being cluttered by tags that have the character in the middle. For those who aren't aware the full edit tags window (alt-ctrl-T) does search for tags properly.
  5. Strange. There was a already similar discussion around tags (before EN-10 😉) Because of this (and the fact that I cannot remember the sort of special characters at all), I decided to not rely on any order based on cryptic signs. I use a combination of a character to mark the type of anything (but not to sort) and a following number to sort within that type. Example (based on tags): ">" generally means "ToDo". So ">0-actual", ">1-next", ">2-anytime", ">9-wait" are the tags to specify when something is to do. "<" generally means "belongs to year". So "<2018
  6. What are you using for your own "DIY" hashtags? Are you using special characters to create these hashtags? That could very well cause the problems. I use what I call "z-words" - which keeps my context hashtags all alpha based - example: zcovid19, zfitness, zinjury, etc It's working well for me - I've got about 48,000 notes and not having any search problems on iOS 10.0.3. If you're using special characters like the hashtag/pound sign - maybe try a different leader character to see if it solves your problem. I use my tag system for 'cross platform' compatibility - hence why I st
  7. zkeyword is fine. #keyword will not work, the # is not indexed, it becomes a space in EN's eyes. The only special character that EN indexes is the underscore, _. The underscore works well as a prefix to eliminate any "false positives". False positives because of the keyword itself appearing in search results. _cat will only return notes with _cat. cat on the other hand will return notes with _cat and cat.. . This may have something to do with your searches not working, but they shouldn't have worked before either. PITA I know, but anywhere you have #keyword replace it
  8. I merged these posts with an ongoing discussion The missing print option has been posted as a feature request here Find-in-Note has been mentioned, but I'm not having a problem with it btw @ej8899 Special characters are a problem with the Search-Notes/text feature but work well in Find-in-Note or Search-Tags I prefix my tagnames with a special character
  9. I'm trying to sort all my When tags so that when I enter a tag starting with '!', I get the following sort in the dropdown list: !!Daily !1-Now !2-Next !3-Soon !4-Later !5-Someday !6-Waiting !9-Completed !Recur !z_Annually !z_Monthly !z_Quarterly !z_Weekly You'll see that I used 'z' to get the periodicity tags to the bottom of the sort. Is there a special character that would sort below letters? I.e., a character that I could replace 'z' with and still have my desired sort order?
  10. Today, 10/27, I received an email from Evernote (specifically from “mta-70-5-168.account.evernote.com.sparkpostmail.com ([156.70.5.168]:43077)”), saying “We noticed a new login to Evernote and wanted to make sure it was you.” Or I guess I should say that I received ANOTHER email about this sort of problem. The previous one was on 10/18. Today’s gatecrasher was an Evernote for Android user at IP address: 31.183.189.119 in Lodzkie, Poland. The previous one was another Evernote for Android user or, I suppose, the same Android user who travels a lot. That one was from IP address: 118.71
  11. When your tagging system includes tags starting from special characters #,@,! those tags cannot be used in the send note via e-mail functionality. It would be great if an escape character or a quotation system was in place to separate those characters from the code. e.g. Note: Food Recipe Notebook: Inbox tags: #food, @Sophie, !starred Email subject example: Food Recipe @Inbox #(#food) #(@sophine) #(!starred)
  12. I have narrowed down the issue ... It's related to stacks with a period / "." in the name Original name 1. Projects - blank Renamed to Projects - shows Renamed to A. Projects - blank (thought it was the number) Renamed to A Project - shows (realised it was the special character) Renamed to 1 Projects - shows (numbers are OK) Renamed to 1-Project - shows (hyphen OK) Have replaced "." with "-" for all stacks - all displayed FYI notebooks with a "." that aren't a stack top level folder display correctly
  13. I was in a middle of annotating a PDF document, and after entering an left pointing arrow (by using special character insertion from Ctrl+Command+Space), the font switched from the default type (that looks like arial) to a font that looks like Times New Roman. This did not happen when I've inserted other types of arrows or special characters in the past. I've tried closing Evernote and re-opening, and tried inserting other special characters, but the font is now stuck at Times New Roman looking font. I'm not aware of any method to change the font, wondering how I can switch it back?
  14. Went back to the beginning, knew I had done this once before. Turns out it was 2012, thanks EN. Here's a table I built back then through the high tech method of putting the special character in front of the word tag and adding each tag to the same note. In list view the tags sort as EN will sort them. Not rocket science. This is Windows, but ASCII is ASCII. The table is pretty as when I changed my Statement tag to $tatement I prettied it up. A bit OCD for me, but what the hey. I have some more time on my hands with Covid and all,
  15. Hi. This is a -mainly- user-supported Forum. As you're a subscriber I'd suggest you raise this with Support as a bug. Although Evernote staff do read the Forums, it'll get attention much faster that way. I verified that you're correct: type one letter and all the notebook names containing that letter are found. Don't know if that's new - I hadn't noticed because my notebook names are prefixed by a special character (or two) like the vertical bar '|', and when I search, '|B' turns up the four or five notebooks with that first letter combination. (For some weird reason typing the fi
  16. Have you thought about unifying the sort order on the different platforms? I am particularly concerned with the alphabetical sort order of special characters in tags and note titles. The background to the question is that many Evernote users use special characters as prefixes, e.g. to identify different types of tags and to display them one after the other in a specific order. Or to display important notes in a certain order at the top when sorted alphabetically. But if, for example, the character "#" on Windows is sorted before the characters "." and "@", but on Android after these two,
  17. My secret is the underscore, the searchable special character. Don't find many words starting with _ and I like the feng shui of it.. I use it with _Completed <timestamp> and _Paid <timestamp>. Use case for both being fairly obvious I hope. Fortunately Completed gets used more than Paid. Both phrases get inserted into notes via a PhraseExpress hotkey. Not that I have ever thought of in note tags, but If I ever did need a workaround ...
  18. I like this idea of inserting tags into my note contents; instead of only assigning tags at the note level Two points We need a master tag list maintained somewhere There's a problem with search dropping special characters <> [] # can't be used as inline tag identifiers The only valid character is underscore, something like _word
  19. In my opinion, Evernote doesn't need another parallel system of similar functionality to the existing tag system. Tags already do much of this sort of thing, at least in the Evernote Windows application: you get partial tag recognition with droplist suggestions in several parts of the UI (e.g. Filter by Tag: Alt+Shift+T). Moreover, tags, like keywords are metadata, i.e., not part of the note text: you don't need to edit the note text to add or remove them. And the postpended underscore just seems awkward and unfamiliar. As an alternative, I'd support the much more familiar '#' prefix to denote
  20. This is what I call 'namespacing' your tag. Instead of multiple tags Project, GTD and Someday/Maybe -- perhaps in a tag hierarchy (parent tag Project: child tag GTD grandchild tag Someday/Maybe) -- you use a single tag Project: GTD-Someday/Maybe. I use namespacing too, but perhaps my way is more efficient. Since there will be lots of projects, there will be lots of tags beginning with Project. That suggests when you are trying to tag a note, you'll type Proj in the tag field and get a bunch of matches. You'll have to scroll, or type more, to get the one you want. That is why I use a speci
  21. Find the spot in a text file where EN puts the funny char. See what is there. Some text files use plain ascii, some use various extended character sets. EN import handles some special characters but has probably not been tested vs. all possible special characters. If this is the case, edit your text file and eliminate the special characters by hand, or, use your text editor to convert to a simpler format or simpler character set. You'd have to experiment to see what works. Rarely, garbled text could be due to failing media or a bad USB cable or similar.
  22. I am looking for a special character which is sorted after the normal letters. Every special character is ordered before any number or letter. I need a special character to put in front of tags so that when searched they are put in the end of the list of possible hints. Gianluca
  23. I tend to mark important notes I take with asterisks before the line eg. "***DON'T FORGET ______" I just recently realized that searching for these lines are difficult because Evernote uses the asterisk character as a wildcard in search, resulting in searches for spaces, commas, and special characters instead of JUST the string of asterisks An example of what I'm looking for would be in Excel, to search for a literal character you precede it with a tilde (~) character, this allows the search of special characters without triggering their shortcut search function
  24. To be clear, underscore is the only special character that can be searched in the note body. On the plus side, special characters can be used and searched in tag names.
  25. Today I discovered the result of an input of 'D: '. Here is an example: d: abc 😧 abc (this is the result of 'D: abc'!) What is the sense of this special character , and why is D: beeing substituted through it? Thanks for any hint. Edit: Explanation why I asked this question: I am not seeing the Emoji on the second line in Windows Chrome nor in Evernote. But it's visible on my mobile phone (Android, Chrome).
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