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  1. Hi all! Afaik, Evernote search supports either boolean AND (just concatenate search terms) or boolean OR (use "any: ..."). Is there any way available now or planned for future releases to support full boolean search, that is: combine both methods. Real life example: I use Evernote to keep track of my tax records and for my yearly tax declaration. For this I have tagged all relevant notes with tags "tax", "<year>" (e.g. "2013") and "tax-longterm". Tag combinations like "tax 2013" mean "this is a document relevant for 2013 tax declaration". But there are also older documents I need each year, like rental agreement contract from 2005. For this I use the additional tag "tax-longterm". Any document tagged with "tax-longterm" means: "this is relevant for this year's tax declaration, regardless of the year with which it is tagged". So my rental agreement is tagged with "2005 tax tax-longterm". When I want to create ONE Evernote search that gives me all relevant documents for 2013 tax declaration, I'd like to search for something like "any: (tag:tax tag:2013) tag:tax-longterm" meaning: "give me all documents that are tagged with 'tax 2013' OR 'tax-longterm'". But unfortunately, Evernote search doesn't support bracketed searches or any other kind of combining search terms with AND or OR as of now. Does anybody know a trick, hack to make this work? Hacks like combining tags "tax" and "2013" into one tag "tax2013" are no good since I use the year tag for lots of other purposes and don't want to end up with a gazillion combined tags like "house2013" and "income2013". The way I do it now is to use two separate searches "tax 2013" and "tax-longterm", but this becomes tiresome when you have to switch back and forth between both. Thanks for your help! Ax
  2. Hi, I was wondering if the below is possible, and if not, would like to suggest it as a feature request. I'm setting up Evernote as a task tracker and I'm using a notebook "Actions Pending", context tags like "Work" and "Home", and priority tags like "Now", "Next" and "Soon". What I would like to do is create a search like below (and I know AND and OR are not : notebook:"Actions Pending" AND tag:Work AND (tag:Now OR tag:Next). This would result in all work related actions with priorities "Now" or "Next". I could not find a way to do this, as the any: operator apparently works on all terms in the search query. I would expect that the any: operator only works on those terms that follow it, but apparently not. I suppose what would also work is allowing to search within a saved search (like you can search within a notebook), i.e. a "nested" search. But I couldn't find a way to do this either. Any insight? Cheers! Marc
  3. I have got an handle how to work with Evernote in my workflow, using tags more and more (and notebooks, less and less). But i don't seem to use the Search Syntax the right way. How can I get Evernote to filter my notes this way: NOTEBOOK Location 5 AND (TAG Contacts OR TAG Permits) or something like NOTEBOOK Location 5 OR Location 6 (MINUS TAG Pictures) for instance. it is possible, right? It has to be!
  4. Great product. Just have a running list of things I'd like to see and questions. Thought I'd post on here. I might be being thick with some of this, so any suggestions welcome! Boolean search. Location based reminders. An shortcut to get back to the home screen on mobile apps and/or a quick note shortcut from anywhere. Apply reminders to smart stickers, in the same way as post-its. Apply more than one tag to smart stickers & post-its. Resolve any conflicts in using multiple stickers arising from the above by ordering the stickers in a list. I've never actually tried using stickers - I'm just saying. Apply different notebooks/tags to different Mokeskin notebooks. Bring back the alphabet scroll bar for tags on iOS (only working a bit smoother). Ability to see/apply nested tags on mobile apps. Ability to select multiple notes in mobile apps, to apply tags more efficiently. The ability to drag/drop a note on a saved search, then have all the notebooks/tags associated with the search applied to the note. Are there any other quick ways to apply multiple tags that I'm missing? Optional calendar integration. Could EN make entries in iCal or Outlook when reminder dates are set? Default notebooks/tags for different cameras (photo, document etc.), emailed items and all the different options on the quick note bar. Resizable icons in the markup/Skitch part of the app. Sometimes if I have a handwritten todo that I want to apply the ticks to in markup, the ticks are too big to be useable. On mobile apps, have notes with not-done reminders appear at the top of a list, with a demarcation as to which notebook they're in - in exactly the same way as the desktop apps. I know you can press the reminder button to get this, but would be nice to be one tap easier. The "-" doesn't seem to work as I would expect in a few instances. I'd like a saved search that filters out all done items, and items with no reminder set. If I do "-dateDone:day1000" for example (or whatever the syntax is, I know that's wrong) it omits any results that have not-yet-done reminders. Any suggestions on a workaround?
  5. Is it possible? For example lets say I want to see a list of all my books. Some books are kept in Kindle, some are kept in iBooks and some are kept in Evernote as attachments. I also keep a lot of quotes from books in Evernote. The notes look like this: If it's a quote from a book - "Book - name of the book - author - quote" If it's a book as an attachment in Evernote "Book - name of the book - author" and an attachment in the note If it's a book in kindle - "Kindle - Book - name of the book - author" If it's a book in iBooks - "iBooks - Book - name of the book - author" So to see a list of all books only without any quotes I need to search for intitle:"book - *" AND intitle:"kindle" OR intitle:"iBooks" OR resource:application* Is this possible? I know about ANY search operator however it will show results for all criterias, i.e. I'd get all my notes including quotes with "book - " in titles.
  6. I'm trying to create a search of the following type: tag:coffee AND (Turkish OR Greek) ...to search for items with 'Turkish' or 'Greek' in the note, but only if tagged with 'coffee'. In the Windows app, however, the 'any:' operator at the start of a search applies to all search terms and this: tag:coffee any: Turkish Greek ...doesn't function as I intend, instead including the keyword 'any' rather than considering it as an operator. Any ideas? --- David.
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