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  1. Hi Guys I'm trying to create a saved search. Let's say that I have the following notes: Note 1 : Clean BBQ (tagged: Saturday) Note 2 : Cook Meat on BBQ (tagged: Sunday) Note 3 : Do Something Else (tagged: Any Day) I want to find only notes that relate to Saturday or Sunday, so I create the following search: any: tag:Saturday tag:Sunday This correctly returns only Note 1 and Note 2 However, let's say that I now add a new tag to Note 1 (I've cleaned the BBQ so I add the tag 'Completed') so that Note 1 is now as follows: Note 1: Clean BBQ (tagged: Saturday, Completed) When I now run my saved search it still returns Note 1, but I no longer want it to - I therefore change my search to the following: any: tag:Saturday tag:Sunday -tag:Completed I would have thought that this would then return only Note 2 (it's the only note that has either Saturday or Sunday, but not Completed). This isn't the case though. I actually still get Note 1 and Note 2, but I also now get Note 3. Can anybody help me by telling me where I'm going wrong here please? What would be the correct order / tag structure to accomplish what I want to here? Thanks
  2. HI was wondering about if a certain feature existed or is planed on being implemneted I know in Evernote you can put in the search box, "tag:home" but is there a way to exclude a tag. For example, i have a tag named Useless for my archive folder so that I can tag notes with that, that i dont need anymore but i dont have time to deal with them. Is there a way to do this?
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