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  1. I have been using tags for a long time with Evernote. But when I try searching for a note, I get so many results that I have to wade through, and most of them don't even seem related to my search inquiry. Is there a way to get results closer to what I am looking for? I have tried using two or three keywords only, but still get too many notes not even close to what I am looking for.
  2. When doing a search for the word "will", on the windows client, all notes are returned as the search result, when in fact they don't have the word. This doesn't happen in the web app. Searching for variations like "wil" or "willl" produces good results. "Will" this be fixed ?
  3. I use well above 3.000 notes for academic purposes. Unfortunately, if you have a lot of notes, the standard search feature performs really bad (I am aware of th eadvanced search capabilities). At the moment it looks like it only checks notes for the search word and ranks them according to the last edit. This is not sufficient. When I create a note, for instance, I often link other notes to that note. When I search for the title of the note, I get all those notes where I added the link first, because that was the last edit. It would be great if there were better ranking functionalities like giving more weight to linked notes or keywords that appear in the title. Additionally I would highly appreciate if a search for "topics" would also come up with a note titled "topic". From a technical side: At the moment it looks like a simple boolean retrieval algorithm is implemented with a ranking by "last edit" It would be great if the title would receive a higher weight. Documents with higher term frequencies should also receive a higher weight. The same accounts for linked notes. One could make use of the hyperlink strucuter using "Hypertext-Induced Topic Search" or something similar to "PageRank". Search words are not lemmatized. If I have a note titled "topic" there is no way to find it using search word "topics". Some kind of context search functionality like "Latent Semantic Indexing" might also be useful .
  4. Hi Evernote community, Without needing to search the contents of attached PDFs or Docs, how robust is the search function in and across notes collections? For example, can a note be annotated with a particular hashtag so a general search across a complete library could return links to all notes containing such a hashtag, or is there another, more expedient way to find notes containing specific tags or combination of tags? Thanks for helping a new comer. -George
  5. Hi, If I have a text like this "12345" I can not find it by query like 234 or 345 etc. I can find it only with the first letters/digits: 1 or 12, or 123 etc. Is it kind of disadvantage of the program or a special feature?
  6. I had been forced to migrate from Palm PIMs e.g. Tungsten to BlackBerry PIMs e.g. Storm to Microsoft Outlook Notes to text files then finally arriving at Evernote using the Import Folders feature. There was no easy way to export from MS Notes into MS OneNote despite them being from the same company. During the migration from Outlook Notes to text files, unicode / UTF-8 characters had been reduced to question marks e.g. "???". I hope to search out these question marks in Evernote so I can manually copy and paste the characters written in other languages. Currently Evernote on Windows Desktop does not respond to searches for question marks.
  7. Hi I am new in this forum and could not find a better place for this troubleshooting question. I run Evernote since many years mainly on Mac (but certain period also on PC) and very happy with it. My question is around searching using OS X Spotlight which usually find text in Evernotes notes headline as well as text. If the note also contain a photo with text and the text is successfully identified with Evernotes excellent central OCR software also the text found in the photos have so far been available for Mac OS X Spotlight. I just upgraded from ver 5.x to ver 6.0.5 for Evernote and I run on OS X 10.9.5 Mavericks. Under ver 5 I could find in Spotlight words identified with OCR but after upgrade I cannot find them with Spotlight. I can find other text in Evernote from Spotlight however. A further clue is that OCR identified text can be searched within Evernote without problem. I have tried a new note with OCR-identification and also some older notes and both show the same problem. I have difficulty to believe that in ver 6 the interaction between Evernote and Mac Sportlight should be limited and that you many need some premium license to activate this, but if so let me know. I tend to believe it is something related to interaction between Mac OS X and Evernote. Have tried some trick related to recover Mac OS X Spoltlight indexing but did not help. I have also exactly the same problem on an newly installed laptop with OX X 10.10.1 Yousemite. Appreciate some help Jan Peter
  8. So i just got Evernote Premium. I also created a few notes and attached a pdf in there. Now from what i understand i should be able to search in either the windows app or android app and it searches through all notes and pdf files in the notes. When i search on either windows app or android it brings up the pdf where the word is in. However on the windows app i have to open the pdf and scroll through every page until i find one that has the word highlighted. I thought when you search it searches in the pdf and only brings up the pages in that pdf where the word is on, not that i have to open the pdf and scroll through all the pages and look for a highlighted word. Also on the android app it doesnt even highlight the word in the pdf, it finds the pdf in the searches but when i open it theres nothing highlighted.
  9. I am using Evernote 5 on a Windows PC and can't seem to figure out how to search for text in the title only. Example: I have a number of notes with titles that start with my husband's name...and his name is David. So the title might be something like "David: Strengths Finder Results" or "David: email thread with Sandy on 4/13/13" I do NOT want to run a search for all my notes containing his name (I have TONS!); only the title. So I want to search for "David:" in the title only. Can I do that? If so, please tell me how! Thanks! Sharon Hillam
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