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S.J.Scott says, in his book "Master Evernote" (page 50 of 141) to avoid multiple-word tags. They use the example of "2013 ebook" and "2014 ebook" vs "2013" "2014" and "ebook". I'm not sure I buy it. I'm pretty sure that "Plenty River" is a better tag than using "Plenty" and "River" as separate tags. I want to get my tags done right from early on, so I thought that I would ask. PLEASE don't just say that it depends on the user, or etc. PLEASE be opinionated here. (I have also read "Evernote Wow" by Garth Scaysbrook and recon it is a better book, BTW)
I was using Evernote and I noticed something a little off. When I do a word search through individual notes I get a notice of how many "Matches" of that word exists in the notes. But when I do a word search a term in General Search (Universal) I do not get the number of "Matches". I would like to see how many "Matches" i get when doing a General Search, just like an individual search, Is there a feature to turn this on for a General Search?