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  1. Hi, EN searches only words that start with the searching sequence. The functionality to search words that contain the search sequence would be really helpfully to lots of people. For example we get invoices IN0000074886 and I would search for it just by 74886 without all the characters in front of it to find this note. This will help just scanning everything in EN and be able to search for any content in it without bothering to rename the note. Or just find any content in it that is specific for that types of document but it doesn't start with it. I am surprised this is not there by default.
  2. Hi, How to stop the automatic conversion of Google Drive links to a box "Title not available, Connect, with three dots". I would like the URL string to remain as a URL string, not converted automatically.
  3. The global search feature is great for finding the first instance of the search, but not for skipping through many instances! The within-note search, however, is great as it shows you how many matches there are and most importantly it lets you navigate through matches. --- e.g. Global search, type in: john Evernote finds notes containing "john" and automatically selects a note and selects the first instance of "john" within that note; great. Now, how do you navigate to all the other "john" matches in that note, or any other note that evernote found "john" within? You have to manually 'go into the note' (e.g. clicking within the note), then use the local search feature (i.e. cmd-f or ctrl-f) --- Using the local search function (i.e. within-note search, cmd-f/ctrl-f) is great: it scrolls through a note, highlighting each instance of 'john', skipping to the next instance each time the return key is pressed (or the arrows are used); we need these features on the global search!
  4. I had been forced to migrate from Palm PIMs e.g. Tungsten to BlackBerry PIMs e.g. Storm to Microsoft Outlook Notes to text files then finally arriving at Evernote using the Import Folders feature. There was no easy way to export from MS Notes into MS OneNote despite them being from the same company. During the migration from Outlook Notes to text files, unicode / UTF-8 characters had been reduced to question marks e.g. "???". I hope to search out these question marks in Evernote so I can manually copy and paste the characters written in other languages. Currently Evernote on Windows Desktop does not respond to searches for question marks.
  5. I would like to be able to search for the last few characters of a string. For example any string that contains the sequence "12345", so I could find all strings that contain the sequence "12345". Can someone confirm whether this is possible? If it is not, does Evernote have any procedure for submitting functionality requests?