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  1. Could you create the alias "nb:" for the notebook: filter, please ? I never use the opeartor 'notebook:' just because it's too long to write. This is a minor request .. it will be awesome to see it soon. ps: I know I can save my usual searchs and I know I can select the notebook first then use the advanced search. Ev ticket: #2655122
  2. I am using the Windows desktop version of Evernote. Just been playing around with all the advanced search options. There seems to be an inconsistency with the "any:" operator. It only works when I add an extra space after the colon ":" For example, any:computer finance (nothing) any: computer finance (work as expected, note the extra space after the colon) No other operator has such requirement. Is this by design ? if so, what was the reason ? I also test with the tag: operator, eg. any: tag:computer tag:finance Again, only work with the extra space.
  3. I'd be interested in a feature that would allow me to search tagged notes using a wildcard *before* the search key, not only after. Right now, I'm only able to use a wildcard to search for notes tagged like "science.*", which would return notes tagged with "science.immunology, science.pharmacology" etc. Why not also enable searches for "*.immunology"?
  4. Hello everyone - As my database grows into the many thousands of notes, I am having a harder time finding things. I am a reasonably dilligent tagger and have a small collection of key notebooks to help with high-level organization. I am well aware of the advanced search commands and use them often, but I really think that access to the advanced search features could be improved. Some sort of wizard would be amazing - I'm thinking of something similar to the interface that guides you through making a smartlist in iTunes or similar. Has this been discussed?
  5. I am looking for a way to find all of MY publicly shared notebooks? I don't see any advanced search options in the article listed below. http://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/23245321
  6. I am wanting to search for notes created in certain months, but not certain years. For example, all notes created in July of any year. Currently, the only way I can figure out how to do this is "Created:20090701 -created:20090731" view the results, change the year in the search, and repeat, but this is a lengthy process since I've edited the creation dates to go back over a decade. I have memories archived and am basically trying to search to see what "anniversaries" are coming up in the month.
  7. I'm using sort of inline tags in text of notes. If I want to "tag" some part of text i am writting "[my tag]" in text. Then I can find all notes and lines which are tagged with "[my tag]" - it's cool and useful! But I have a problem. When I search "[my tag]", search also matches notes with "my tag" (without brackets). For example, search for "[funny]" will match note with "As my grandfather used to say, - I'm your grandfather. [funny]", as well as note with "He said it was funny, but it wasn't." I tried hard - basic search - funny //74 results - basic search - [funny] //74 results - search with quotes - "[funny]" // 73 results, but yet wrong matches there (check big screenshot) - search - "\[смешно\]" // 73 results I've readen http://dev.evernote.com/documentation/cloud/chapters/search_grammar.php http://dev.evernote.com/documentation/cloud/chapters/searching_notes.php Please help. How to search "[word]" with brackets?
  8. Does anyone know if it is possible to search for a series of missing tags? In my @Pending Actions notebook, I want all notes to be tagged with one of the following: 1-now 2-next 3-soon 4-later 5-someday 6-waiting I'd like to ensure that is the case. If I search for the following, I'd get all notes with any of those tags: any: tag:1-* tag:2-* tag:3-* tag:4-* tag:5-* tag:6-* What I want is the opposite of that, which logically would be: -any: tag:1-* tag:2-* tag:3-* tag:4-* tag:5-* tag:6-* However, that just looks for those tags that don't contain the word "any" which isn't what I want at all. I also tried -tag:*-* but that finds nothing. I have a note in there that it should have pulled up as a test. I'd be ok with an OR operator too, like -tag:1* OR -tag:2* etc, but I don't think EN uses And/Or/Xor operators. I could rename the tags to -1 Now, -2 Next, etc, but I shouldn't have to.
  9. I am trying to search within my over 10,000 notes for notes from a particular url/source. I would like to search for things that contain a particular word and DO NOT CONTAIN/do not come from a particular url heading, ie "facebook.com". Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thank you!
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