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roschler posted a topic in Windows ArchiveUnlock the power of Evernote’s rich set of search operators for finding notes with BitQwik. You can filter search results by the date created or modified, by file type such as PDF files and more, by the tags used or the source application that created the note, and many, many, other useful ways. BitQwik is the Siri-like natural language search tool for Evernote users that understands plain English! Check out just some of the sample searches now. Also, Getting Things Done practitioners or Evernote users that manage their todo lists frequently with Evernote should read this page now. "Evernote power users rejoice: the folks at BitQwik have made a search program that’ll bring your abilities to seek out the notes you want more powerful than ever. The great thing about this application is its ability to work with natural language – that meaning you can type in basically anything and it’ll know what you’re saying." - SlashGear Review of BitQwik. UPDATE: BitQwik is officially in the Evernote Trunk, Productivity section. MAJOR FEATURES LIST: - Access to nearly all of Evernote's powerful reach search grammar via a natural language Siri-like interface. No need to learn Evernote's complex search grammar syntax or keyword set - Support for mixed logic queries that combine AND & OR queries in the same query - The ability to search for strings inside the source URL of notes during a search (E.g. - notes I clipped from the nytimes.com) - Support for nested tags in a search so that the parent tag and all its children are automatically included in your query - The ability to do searches that involve multiple notebooks, and the equal ability to exclude notes that are in one or more notebooks - TagHunter: The built-in tag exploration and management tool that has a powerful fuzzy matching technology Download BitQwik now Note: BitQwik is a Windows program but you can run BitQwik on a Mac PC by following these instructions. Also, TagHunter is now part of BitQwik so its powerful advanced tag exploration features are in BitQwik too! Don't forget to follow this topic if you want to be notified when new versions are posted! Why don’t more people use Evernote’s powerful search operators? Because you have to memorize the names and the syntax of the special search operators and that is hard. For example, suppose you want to search for all your notes that do not have the words “school” or “breakfast” in the title, that you created in March of 2012, and were made with Evernote Hello. You would have to enter the following into the Evernote search box to find them: With BitQwik you simply type: Show me notes that do not have school or breakfast in the title that I created in March and were made with Evernote Hello Or any almost other sentence that means the exact same thing! There’s no special commands or syntax, just plain English sentences that state what you want. If you have any comments or questions, please post a reply to this thread and I'll answer them. Remember, BitQwik is brand new software so expect plenty of bugs and for it to misinterpret what you are trying to say fairly often. But in a few weeks that will all change and it will be the smooth, fun experience it is destined to be. Here is a screen shot of the main screen and below it the resulting search shown in the Evernote client:
This is a FYI for any who are interested. It's an email that I sent to Robert Oschler for his unceasing work to improve BitQwik http://bitqwik.com/ Thank you Robert, I download and install nearly all of your recommendations. Please remember that I'm a 75 year-old user with a penchant for taking the paths of least resistance when it comes to technology. I'll use most often what I'm comfortable with and unfortunately won't get into much of a learning curve with other features. I'm absolutely delighted with what I've learned to use thus far. However, if you have some simple "search" features that you think could be learned by me quickly, don't hesitate to suggest them. Thank you once more for allowing me to participate in your work. BitQwik has simplified my searches of Evernote beyond my own ability to comprehend. Best wishes for this Christmas season and always, Wayne
roschler posted a topic in Windows ArchiveBitQwik 18.104.22.168 is now available. In direct response to some of your feature requests for Note URL searching, you can now do sourceUrl searches by looking for sub-strings contained in an Evernote note's source URL field. This is one of the many searches you can do in BitQwik that you can't do with Evernote alone. For example: Show me notes that I clipped from Yahoo.com Show me notes with URLs that do not contain the word examples Since BitQwik supports mixed AND/OR logic searches, you can also do searches like these: List notes that I clipped from SlashGear.com that are tagged with robotics. Leave out notes I created last week or have outstanding todo items Give me notes that have the word policy in their URL that I E-mailed to myself and are not tagged with urgent This is important. I am not describing the kinds of searches you can do with BitQwik. Those are the actual queries. You don't need to know or use any of Evernote's search operators like "sourceUrl:", "tag:", "created:", etc. You just type in what you want thanks to BitQwik's natural language capabilities. BitQwik is a free application for Evernote Windows users. Mac PC users should also be able to use it if you have software like Parallels or VM Fusion running on it. To download BitQwik or read more about it go to: http://bitqwik.com/ Disclosure: I am the author. -- roschler