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  1. Hello there, I am a French newby to Evernote. The reason I have pruchased the Evernote Premium version was to implement a all-in-one GTD service using The Secret Weapon and After The book tag centric Approaches. Mostly, I wanted to take advantage of the powerful complex search features offerd by evernote. After having exchanged a few emails with the support team, it seems that the search feature does not allow for searching in multiple notebooks. For instance, the syntax notebook:"NB1" notebook:"NB2" tag:"t1" tag:"t2" returns notes contained ONLY in notebook NB1 and bearing tags t1 AND t2 What if you want to determine the exact scope of your search in terms of notebooks ? Woul'nt it be great th have the ability to use boolean operators such as AND, OR, XOR to implement more more refined searches, both in terms of notebooks and tags ? Equally, It seems that the search syntax requires the use of quotes " to work properly, although this is not well documented. Finally, is the search feature case sensitive or insensitive ? Thanks for all your comments and feedback. Phil.
  2. Does anyone know how you can create a saved search that looks through sub-notebooks attached to a parent notebook without having to specifically state each notebook name in the search?
  3. I'm trying to figure out the search syntax for locating all note in my notebooks (Personal and Business that I've created) that were created or edited within a certain date range (today, yesterday, last week, last year). Is that possible? I'm currently on a PC but will be transitioning to a Mac within a month.
  4. I would like to perform a query and a find notes that have (for instance) microsoft word docs that were created from 1/1/2013-12/31/2013. How can this be done. I know I can search for the notes with the docs in them, but I would like to further limit the search by limiting the time frame that those documents were created.
  5. Is there a way to set the note sort order within the search query syntax? eg sort: Tags ascending It would be really handy to have my saved searches presorted.
  6. A simple question, but I haven't been able to find an answer by searching the forum: Is there a way to search my Evernote database to find and delete any blank or empty notes? Thanks! LN
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