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  1. Recently I was trying to search for some exact phrases somewhere in my 8000 notes -- a phrase that starts with general words is fine (i can find notes that have the phrase "object oriented" by just searching "object oriented"), but if the phrase starts with a preposition, like, "in the bank", or "the bank", it totally fails. Any tips for full-text searching for phrases that have prepositions? Best, Samantha Have looked at these threads and seems there's nothing, but maybe a new fix was created?
  2. With Tags I have a problem when I am trying to select any note of different tags, by rejecting at the same time notes that have other specific tags. I.e. suppose that I have many notes in my notebooks containing the tags apple, lemon, tomato and fresh, good, not-to-eat, deadly, etc, etc, etc. Now I am searching to find ANY notes having the apple, lemon and tomato tags, which are also not tagged as not-to-eat or deadly. How can I achieve such a search? What I tried is to select tags apple, lemon and tomato with option ANY, and then add the command "-tag:not-to-eat" (and later the "-tag:deadly"). However by adding the command "-tag:not-to-eat" is suddenly fetching and all the notes that does not have the tag not-to-eat ! Thus the search result, returns almost all notes even if they are not tagged as apple, lemon or tomato! (i.e. because almost all notes they are not tagged as not-to-eat) The only solution to this problem seems to be a Search over the Search results of the first search. What I mean? Do a search of type ANY with tags apple, lemon, tomato. Then click on a button like [New Search on Search Results], or (+) button or whatever (This also could be a command like "--cacheResults") By pressing this button, evernote should cache the Resulted notes as the only notes that are going to be used for the next search. Do a search of type ANY with tags "-tag:not-to-eat", "-tag:deadly". This search will be applied ONLY on the previously cached Resulted notes of the previous Search. Thus this search will select all apple, lemon or tomato notes that are not tagged as not-to-eat, or deadly. This is what I need for now. Furthermore if we need to include/exclude more tags on the "eatable" apple, lemon or tomato notes we should be able to: press again the (+) button (or type --cacheResults again) add new search query, i.e. "-tag:very-expensive" and "tag:by-greengrocer" A. Is the above search-behavior possible in current Evernote Search Engine? (without having to modify the notes, i.e. moving the search resulted notes to a common notebook - cache notebook) B. If not, how about implementing such a very very useful behavior in future?
  3. I have some notebooks that I'm going to export because I no longer need them anymore. I'd like to be able to access them online. I have a VPS hosting account on GoDaddy. I know how to install WordPress on my directory but I don't know how HTML websites work for this case. Do you think that exporting some of my notebooks as HTML and upload it on one of my directories would let me see it online? I understand that i would need to create a domain/subdomain, and all that.
  4. Hi, I'm picking up EverNote very quickly but have come unstuck in the end. The issue I have run into is the limitations of only being able to use ANY or AND logic but NOT a mix of the two (AND/OR). This is causing me problems such as being forced to use ANY logic which is pulling in unrelated notes from the ENTIRE database. An example of this occurring is when I search in all notebooks for: intitle:"_Glossary" any: tag:"fld-Information Science" tag:"fld-Statistics" tag:"fld-Programming" tag:"needs info" You can see that the intuitive goal is to see all my glossary notes that "need info" within the specified fields, however I will literally get every note in the ENTIRE evernote database tagged with all the "field names" or "needs info" tag. TLDR: I really require, in all-notebooks: ( intitle:this AND tag:that ) with tags x OR y OR z Does anyone have any advice, thoughts, workarounds? It's a shame because I designed my entire structure before recognizing the lack of search logic...woops!
  5. I am hoping that Evernote will soon support "compound search expressions". The advanced search features that are there are very helpful, but without... parenthesis an and operator an or operator a not operator ...I am having trouble making use of tags the way I was hoping to. Is anybody else crossing their fingers hoping for this feature?
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