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  1. 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.
  2. I wish to run a search query to find notes tagged !!Daily OR !1-Now OR is due today (i.e., reminderTime = today). If I search: any: tag:!!-Daily tag:!1-Now reminderTime:day I get what I expected, namely any notes tagged with !!-Daily or !1-Now or due today or due after today. To narrow the search results down to exclude notes due after today, I tried: any: tag:!!-Daily tag:!1-Now reminderTime:day -reminderTime:day+1 But this returns all the notes in my database, so I assume the any: operator is working on -reminderTime:day+1, which in conjunction with the other search terms, covers every note in my database. How do I modify the search to exclude notes due after today?
  3. Is it possible to use the any: modifier on notebooks/stacks? I am able to get it working on most types of data but it doesn't seem to care for notebooks/stacks. I need to be able to query across multiple stacks or notebooks if I have to. An example is: any:notebook:Development notebook:HelpdeskThis is on both Windows 5.0.2 and web version. I've also noticed the web version simply doesn't like the "any:" modifier being typed in. I can see you can manually click and add the "any:" filter on the web version (which works) but I prefer to type than click. Can someone let me know if: I'm doing something wrong These are intentional These are bugsThanks.
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