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  1. I really like the tag filter menu when viewing notebooks. It provides an additional overview of notes, tag-based, and even allows to further filter the list. Unfortunately, this is a missing function in the search results view. Please give us that feature as it would really add some more value to the search function.
  2. Hey can I link to Evernote search results using for example Omnifocus task manager? It's possible with nvALT:
  3. I'm often surprised (and, to a degree, frustrated) by the way that Evernote ranks search results. I don't understand how the results are weighted: Do the most recent notes get preference? Apparently not. [EDIT: Yes, if you select the "Updated" column header. If you select the "Title" column header, the result will sort alphabetically.] Does the relative importance of the term in the note count for anything? It doesn't seem like it. [EDIT: In the specific example that I gave (which I deleted because it's not relevant anymore), the results were being sorted alphabetically according to their titles. When I selected the column header labeled "Updated", the results sorted more sensibly. However, I believe my main point still stands. It would be nice to have an additional way of sorting the search results so that if the search term is, for example, in the title, that note would be ranked higher than a note where the search term was merely part of a URL string in a sub-sub-bullet.] There should be some clear indication (or at least an obvious reason) of how search results are weighted. [EDIT: Though I didn't realize it at first, this is already being done to a degree.] Here is my idea for a weighted hierarchy: Title Tags Body copy Images [EDIT: that is, text in images]
  4. Different search results between Evernote Windows client PC and or web browser or Android. Windows PC 01 = 16 results Windows PC 02 = 16 results Browser = 6 results Android client = 6 results One can not be sure when searching via the web interface;-( Errors reported on Thursday 7 June 2012 14:49:41 (Germany) No, I do not use private notes ;-) screenprints http://www.evernote....0010a18dea316ce I only came up with the idea, because I knew that there must be more results! This is really a heavy bow, I just use my premium account for the finding on different platforms. That to me is the greatest argument to use Evernote. Hope Evernote solves the problem in the near future. best - cheffe
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