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  1. I read this: https://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/search_grammar.php Still not sure if this can be done, I want to look for notes that have either of 3 tags, let's say tag:car tag:blue tag:minivan With that result set, I want to filter it, so that I only see the notes that contain the text phrase "really fast" (not the tag really-fast, but text found inside that note) Also, if that's possible, I'd like to continue filtering again, by hiding/not including the notes that are of type web.clip I tried using -source:web.clip, but it seems to want to include that with the "any" vs understanding what I really mean.. I've explained this as a series of steps so it's easy to digest. I understand the answer, the search query itself, is probably one long *thing.. Any thoughts appreciated, =: s
  2. Hi, I have problems searching within a notebook with the any operator. If I search among all notebooks the any operator works but if I choose a specific notebook in the search field and after that puts in any: word1 word2 nothing happens, it continue to display all notes in the specified notebook. Anyone having the same problem or even better a solution? BR Torbjörn
  3. According to https://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/search_grammar.php, I should be able to search within a single notebook for "any" of several terms using a search such as: notebook:"Hot Stuff" any: mexican italianMy search looks like this: notebook:ActionPending any: tag:"!Daily" tag:"1-Now"That search seems to return ALL notes in ActionPending, as well as the notes in other notebooks with either of the listed tags. It is as though the "any" modifier is applying to the notebook as well, rather than the notebook constraining the search as the above article indicated it would. The search without the notebook modifier works fine, returning all notes in all notebooks with either of the two tags: any: tag:"!Daily" tag:"1-Now"I would appreciate any advice for how I can search for any of several tags within a single notebook. Using Evernote for Mac version 6.0.3 (451151 Direct) on Mac OSX 10.9.5
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