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  1. Hey rock stars, thanks for Evernote, is saving my life and sanity! I'd have a suggestion for one improvement too! Evernote on Windows, desktop app. Say I've got 50 notes written in my native language (Czech) in a notebook with each with approx 30 000 characters. Then I perform a search for a term like "rychlosti". Evernote lists notes that contain "rychlosti" but it does not locate the search term inside the note. It only shows the top of the note and then I need to perform one more search inside the note. That's maing my search a lot slower so I was wondering if you could make it a feature - to lookup the term inside the note when doing a search through all notebooks. Please see the attached picture that illustrates the situation as described above. Thanks in advance guys, Tomas
  2. On the iOS app one cannot search for parcial notebook name. When using a notebook based archival system it is very important to find notebooks using parcial name. The current implementation only support search from the start of the notebook name. On the macOS application search yields results from both notes and notebooks, which works great!
  3. It would be good if Evernote reindexes audio files especially audio recordings that are done in Evernote. For instance, when we attend meetings or lectures, we might need to review some content which we were not able to notate or transcribe. Therefore if Evernote is able to reindexes and make the audio file searchable, we can find the note with that keyword or phrase and the specific time it was said so we can playback from that point in the recording.
  4. I want to find all notes which have a MS Word document attached to them. I have tried to search for: "resource:application/msword". But it only finds 3 notes, although I have hundreds of notes containing MS Word attachments. I am searching in all notebooks, so the problem is not that I am accidentally searching inside a notebook without MS Word documents attached. Strangely, I have no problems finding notes with pdf attached using: resource:application/pdf. When I search for "resource:*" it does find many notes with word attachments but also a lot of notes with no MS Word attached to them (as expected). Any ideas to what I might be missing? Using Evernote: 6.7.5.5825 on Windows 10.
  5. In January 2017 and now (October 2017), I have contacted EN by email to ask for users to have the ability to exclude notes in future searches. The reply today was " The best place to make your voice heard is on our Evernote User Forum." If this idea appeals to you, PLEASE say so in replies. When I do a search, many times there are results that do not come close to what I was looking for. I would like a way to indicate that a note should not be included in future searches for a given term. For example, today a search for "tom" returned notes with auTOMatic, etc. If I had an option to "exclude this note in future searches for 'tom'," I would have more pertinent results. I am very careful with how I name notes, tags and notebooks, and I would be equally careful about identifying exclusions so I wouldn't interfere with good results. I have many notebooks and a huge number of tags for "paging" through different topics, but when I want a broader search, I don't want extraneous material returned that takes time for me to bypass . . . again and again. I love Evernote and use notebooks, tags and search everyday when I am on the computer and Internet! Having an option to personally designate a note as not pertinent to a future search with a given term would be the cherry on the hot fudge sundae.
  6. Hello, I use notebooks to organize events. After an even I want to "archive" these notebooks. That means for me that they don't appear in the notebook list and they won't appear in the search. Just on special request "show archived notebooks" or "search archived notebooks" will show them. This would help to work more efficiently and speed up usage of Evernote. Jan
  7. Hi all ! Sorry for my bad english, I would like to know if it's possible to create a custom search into a stack unlike into a notebook ? When I use the "notebook:******" syntax in the search field, it doesn't return any note when I specify a stack as argument. Is there a special syntax for searching into a stack ? Thank you for reading. Yot.
  8. TL;DR Recently the webclipper fails to find notes, even when the search phrase appears verbatim in their title. DETAILS The webclipper "related notes" feature is to me one of the biggest advantages of Evernote. Recently however, it usually fails to find anything. As mentioned in [this older thread], it will not show up at all if it cannot find anything, which caused me to think the feature were broken entirely. The suggested solution of using a different search-URL didn't help. REPRODUCIBLE EXAMPLE (POSSIBLY) For example, I have a note called “Rust vs Go / Golang”. If I search Google for “Rust vs Go”, no results are shown. If I search Google for “Rust vs Go / Golang”, the note shows up as expected. Plus some additional results, where “rust” and “go” but not “golang” or “vs” appear in the body of the note, but have no relation to the programming languages – which is funny, since the search for “Rust vs Go” would have matched these notes better than the search for “Rust vs Go / Golang”. For reference, I first had titled the note “Rust vs Go/GoLang” (no spaces around slash) and then renamed it “Rust vs Go / GoLang”, thinking that maybe the search-algorithm fails to treat “Go/GoLang” as two words. This change had no impact at all on the behaviour.
  9. I'd like to create a search where all notes where the title starts with and exclamation mark ! are returned. Is that possible? I've tried intitle:! and it brings 0 notes, but I have around 20 notes with that in the title.
  10. Hello, can someone please help me with the following question if I have a note with lets say 1500 lines of text and seven of the lines have a particular word on that line e.g. Storage but the other 1493 lines do not, when I search for Storage is shows me 'all' 1500 lines and only highlights the word Storage in the lines where it appears. This means I still have to scroll through 1500 lines of text. What I need is for Evernote just to return the seven lines in question and not more (preferably with an option to return a line or two either side of the line found, just to help with context where required) is this something I can do, or is these feature (basic as it is) just not available? Thanks EBrant
  11. Dear All, My use case is that I am creating notes with images captured of a digital version of a magazine. I am then annotating mentions of certain products and or brands which I am manually picking out. I would like to be able to search these annotations, to count numbers of mentions of certain brands / products. However, when I do search it seems the search function does not cover the annotations themselves? Please help me to resolve this, or help by suggesting an alternative approach to my use case. Best regards Efe
  12. A previously created thread on this topic was closed in the meantime. I would suspect that the reason for this was that the yield of such a search has not been recognized or appreciated sufficiently. A faceted search is characterised by the fact that the user gradually reduces the number of search results by adding keywords that have been used in the results. For this purpose, the system displays the keywords whose inclusion would not reduce the result set to an empty quantity. Such a procedure proves to be extremely effective in discriminating against keyword registers because the user does not have to make any assumptions about the keywords actually used, since these are provided by the system, depending on the already reduced result set. In this way, the relevant entities can usually be limited to a manageable number of hits with just a few clicks, even in very large databases. At the same time, the procedure is very simple in technical implementation. It simply consists of repeating the following steps: The number of each keyword in the observed data volume is determined and displayed. The user selects one of these keywords. Taking this into account reduces the amount of data considered. Then the number of entries per keyword has to be determined again, i. e. step 1 has to be executed again. This type of successive filtering of the data makes the yield from the information value of the allocated keywords actually accessible. Individually applied, the value of a keyword must decrease to the extent that it is applied. The more often a keyword is used, the less value it has until it becomes completely useless. The procedure is inexpensive and extremely effective. Without such a filtering method, however, systematic keywording is of no practical value. The value of keywords is only determined by their combination, to the extent that the volume of data increases. I would recommend that you re-evaluate this function. The effectiveness of this discrimination procedure is evident. In Apache Solr and Lucene there are concrete implementations which make the process tangible.
  13. It would be extremely helpful to be able to search for specific phrases both across and within notes. For example, right now if I want search to return the exact phrase "net income", I have no way to do it. When I search "net income" across notes, I get notes that contain both of those words, but not notes that contain only that phrase. Similarly if I search "net income" within a note, I get results for "net", "income" and "net income" -- when really I just want the latter-most, complete phrase. This seems like a simple and common-sense search feature that almost all other programs have. Thanks for considering.
  14. I have a note which contains the following geeky content: If I search for just dontdie no results are returned - the note is not found. But if I search for libdon the note is found. Why? Does Evernote only search or index word beginnings?
  15. I have a ton of notes with multi page document attachments(PDF and Word), When I do a search in all notes I get several results, but I am just shown the note on page 1 of the pdf. If the result is on page 25 it would be nice to be flipped to that page and the result highlighted. Thanks
  16. Hello, I'm using EN 5.5.1 (402628) Apple Store on my mac. When i type in the search box this : tag:karine tag:voiture, this should return me all notes which contain those tags but this will return me nothing. I tried too this syntax : any: tag:karine tag:voiture Any help on how to search notes with multiple tags would be appreciate.
  17. When I use the web clipper generally, I use the search option for the notebooks selection. The search selection is able to find only the word they start with what I write. For example, I Write "CAS" it find "CASA" or "CASSETTO" but not "01-CAS", because the last case includes "CAS" but it doesn't start with it. In attach a case with "HUB" and "00"
  18. Hi, EN searches only words that start with the searching sequence. The functionality to search words that contain the search sequence would be really helpfully to lots of people. For example we get invoices IN0000074886 and I would search for it just by 74886 without all the characters in front of it to find this note. This will help just scanning everything in EN and be able to search for any content in it without bothering to rename the note. Or just find any content in it that is specific for that types of document but it doesn't start with it. I am surprised this is not there by default.
  19. Hello all, just started using evernote and already hit a limitation? I hope not I'm in the situation where I need to find notes that simply contain the sequence of letters I enter in the search field. E.g. I enter "top" in the search, but notes that include the words like "Laptop" oor "abctopabc" don't get listed. I can't figure out how to enter that syntax. Thanks for your help! Erol
  20. I am currently using Evernote version 8.1.352228 on my Apple iPhone. I am a Premium user. In the past I was able to search my notes offline, without internet connection. With the new iOS version I cannot do so. I CAN save all the notes offline, but I CANNOT search them. I often work in environments without Internet connection, and NOT having offline search renders this app useless. PLEASE bring back offline search for iOS app. This is a deal breaker for me and, I am sure, many others. Thanks!
  21. I would like to search phrases and have the results show the entire phrase, not singular words from the phrase. Right now I can't get any search results, because it just highlights every single word within a phrase. Is it possible to search phrases within notes?
  22. I am switching from PC to Mac and am having trouble with searing in Evernote on Mac. Specifically, I heavily use the ability to search for note text within multiple tags. On Evernote for PC, this is simple -- I just use the search field above the notes list:) For some reason I am not finding this option in Evernote for Mac: Is there a setting I need to turn on? Or is this functionality accomplished in a different way on Evernote for Mac? I realize that this could possibly be done using an advanced search string, but the problem with this is that it doesn’t autocomplete the tags as you add them. Any thoughts?
  23. I am using the web client more and more because it meets most of my needs. I do create searches often (for specific projects) and can save them easily. What I was not able to check out yet is how to add a saved search to the shortcuts in the web client. Is this possible? Or do I need to raise a feature request? Hints are greatly appreciated.
  24. It is annoying when all my previous search words appear in the search field already by just entering a single letter. It would be nice, if one could turn off the suggestions. Same with the tag suggestions. Or is there an easy way to delete them now and again?
  25. I have been using EN for several years, and think it's great. But sometimes it ticks me off. Just now, on my iPad, I clipped a New York Times recipe into Quick Notes, with "recipe" as a tag. A few minutes later, I open EN, and can't find the damn thing! It doesn't show in Quick Notes and it doesn't come up when I type "recipe" in the search field. In the past, I have also had problems finding notes that I knew contained at least some word I was using to search with. Isn't EN now supposed to be able to search everywhere inside a note for the word that is searched by the user?
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