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I would like to use Evernote to store my Bookmarks and Research sites. I am going to focus on using tags to organize my the bookmarks and research content. I don't understand the specific relevance of adding characters (such as a period, a carat, or a tilde) to the front of your tags. I have seen tag structures where all of the tags start with a period. I have also seen tag structures where just the section headers start with a period, and any tags under the header don't have a character. (I assume what type of character used when creating tag structures is not relevant) My question is: 1. Can you explain the purpose of using a character in front of your tag?
Are there any plans to allow searching on special characters, specifically @, #, and $. I'd like to collect lots of notes that contain tweets and web pages with stock symbols that are usually prefaced with $, like $C (Citigroup) or $T (AT&T). And no, tags won't help. I don't want to tag every note I collect. I just want to see every note that I've clipped that contains $C, etc.
Does anyone know what the limits on the RSS feeds from public notebooks are? Is it based on Kb size per article? Number of characters? Number of words? Any other limit? I try to find any pattern in the feed of a public notebook but can't see it. I don't want to get in the discussion of full-content feeds :-) I just want to know what the current limits are! Thanks, Frank