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Unlock the power of Evernote’s rich set of search operators for finding notes with BitQwik. You can filter search results by the date created or modified, by file type such as PDF files and more, by the tags used or the source application that created the note, and many, many, other useful ways. BitQwik is the Siri-like natural language search tool for Evernote users that understands plain English! Check out just some of the sample searches now. Also, Getting Things Done practitioners or Evernote users that manage their todo lists frequently with Evernote should read this page now. "Evernote power users rejoice: the folks at BitQwik have made a search program that’ll bring your abilities to seek out the notes you want more powerful than ever. The great thing about this application is its ability to work with natural language – that meaning you can type in basically anything and it’ll know what you’re saying." - SlashGear Review of BitQwik. UPDATE: BitQwik is officially in the Evernote Trunk, Productivity section. MAJOR FEATURES LIST: - Access to nearly all of Evernote's powerful reach search grammar via a natural language Siri-like interface. No need to learn Evernote's complex search grammar syntax or keyword set - Support for mixed logic queries that combine AND & OR queries in the same query - The ability to search for strings inside the source URL of notes during a search (E.g. - notes I clipped from the nytimes.com) - Support for nested tags in a search so that the parent tag and all its children are automatically included in your query - The ability to do searches that involve multiple notebooks, and the equal ability to exclude notes that are in one or more notebooks - TagHunter: The built-in tag exploration and management tool that has a powerful fuzzy matching technology Download BitQwik now Note: BitQwik is a Windows program but you can run BitQwik on a Mac PC by following these instructions. Also, TagHunter is now part of BitQwik so its powerful advanced tag exploration features are in BitQwik too! Don't forget to follow this topic if you want to be notified when new versions are posted! Why don’t more people use Evernote’s powerful search operators? Because you have to memorize the names and the syntax of the special search operators and that is hard. For example, suppose you want to search for all your notes that do not have the words “school” or “breakfast” in the title, that you created in March of 2012, and were made with Evernote Hello. You would have to enter the following into the Evernote search box to find them: With BitQwik you simply type: Show me notes that do not have school or breakfast in the title that I created in March and were made with Evernote Hello Or any almost other sentence that means the exact same thing! There’s no special commands or syntax, just plain English sentences that state what you want. If you have any comments or questions, please post a reply to this thread and I'll answer them. Remember, BitQwik is brand new software so expect plenty of bugs and for it to misinterpret what you are trying to say fairly often. But in a few weeks that will all change and it will be the smooth, fun experience it is destined to be. Here is a screen shot of the main screen and below it the resulting search shown in the Evernote client:
ANNOUNCEMENT: using TagHunter is now part of BitQwik, the natural language search assistant for Evernote. All future changes to Taghunter will only be found in BitQwik. Please upgrade to BitQwik now. See this thread: After several years of using Evernote and being an enthusiastic Tag user I have ended up with nearly 4000 Tags in my account. Worse, many of my tags have multiple variations and several misspellings. Plurals, singular, with a space and without, different tense and more, this situation leaves me with an uneasy sense that I'm forgetting the right Tag form whenever I do a Tag search. Being a programmer I decided to fix this so I created TagHunter. TagHunter is an intelligent power search tool that can search your Evernote note store on the Windows platform. It can wade quickly through thousands of tags and can even do simultaneous tag searches, the latter being a critical feature when you can't remember exactly how you tagged an important note. When you find the Tag that you are looking for, TagHunter will open the Evernote Windows client with the correct tag search loaded. TagHunter is amazingly tolerant of tag variations even when the variations are in the middle or at the end of a tag, and knows how to take apart multi-word tags properly to do an intelligent match. Important: Tag Hunter requires the latest Evernote Windows client. If you have trouble, please try upgrading your Evernote client first. Enough said. Watch the 2 minute to see exactly how TagHunter works and how to use it. All the searches shown are real searches against the thousands of notes in my Evernote account and the thousands of tags they are annotated with. Here's the download link to TagHunter version 184.108.40.206b. If you have any earlier version of TagHunter on your system, please uninstall it first before installing 220.127.116.11b. This version, unlike earlier versions, does not require admin right to install it and has several important bug fixes for Windows 7 and some new features! A summary list of updates across all versions is below. Don't forget to follow this topic if you want to be notified when new versions are posted! UPDATE 1 - NESTED TAGS SUPPORT: I just added nested tags delimiter support. If you put something in the new box for entering one, and you enter a search term that contains that delimiter, then only tags that contain that delimiter and share the same prefix will be included in the search for that search term. For example, I created a parent tag called Parent and three child tags called Parent-Child 1, Parent-Child 2, and Parent-Child 3. I then entered the search term Parent-Child for the search. Because of this only the Tags that start with Parent were included in the search. In essence, it's a quick ad hoc filter for those of you that use nested tags with prefixes. The little question mark button next to the delimiter setting box explains it in case you need to remember how it works. See this post on this thread for a screenshot. UPDATE 2 - LIST VIEW: New feature, a simple list view to go with the Tag Cloud view. For those of you that want a linear list instead of the Tag Cloud Viewer, I have now added a simple linear list of the matches that also show the scores. The list is in descending sort order so that the best matches are near the top of the list. See the second screenshot below the picture of the Tag Cloud View. Important: a 100% score may still not be an exact match since TagHunter's search has a built-in tolerance algorithm that treats very close matches the same, so this is not an error. TagHunter's scoring algorithms are complex and somewhat non-linear but be assured, the best matches will be near the top and the weaker ones will be towards the bottom of the list. UPDATE 3 - SORTED TAG CLOUD: The tag cloud is now sorted so that when it first appears, closest matches are closer to you visually and weaker ones are to the back of the Cloud. Here's a screenshot of a sorted tag cloud. UPDATE 4 - CLIPBOARD SUPPORT: The latest version now allows you to select rows in the list view and copy them to the clipboard so you can paste them into other applications. It supports the full Ctrl-Click, Shift-Click selection mechanisms you expect when working with a list box. Thanks to @jbenson2 for the suggestion! UPDATE 5 - SEARCH NOTEBOOKS TOO: Thanks to a suggestion by @BurgerNFries you can now use TagHunter's powerful fuzzy search to search your notebooks too! UPDATE 6 - Copy Notebook/Tag name to clipboard: Thanks to suggestions from @jbenson2 you can now copy a sorted list of either your Notebook names or Tag names to the clipboard. See this post for further details. UPDATE 7 - Log Out of TagHunter: Thanks to suggestions from @Har Garaets and @FactMan you can now log out of TagHunter if you are in a multi-user environment, and also do multi-tag filtering when showing notes in the Evernote client. See this post for further details. UPDATE 8 - Check for Updates and Google Search Integration: Integration with Google Search has now been added thanks to a suggestion from @FactMan. Also, there is a new tab that will tell you if you are running the latest version or not. See this post for further details. UPDATE 9 - Sort by Tag/Notebook in List View fixed: This version fixes a bug @FactMan found with the column sort in the List View. Now, when you click on the column titled Tag, the list will be properly sorted alphabetically by the Tag or Notebook name. UPDATE 10- Note Counts by Tag or Notebook in List View: This version can now calculate the number of notebooks per Tag or per Notebook for each item in the search results. See this post for details and a screenshot. This is brand new software so please report any problems on this thread and I'll answer them. I'm looking forward to your feedback and I hope that TagHunter is as helpful to you as it is to me. Here's a screenshot of the program. I purposely misspelled venture capital, the third Tag in the search query shown, as ventnor capitol to show TagHunter's ability to handle badly formed tags either in the search query or the tags in your note store. The tag it found, ventur capital, is actually misspelled in my account that way yet TagHunter found it anyways during the simultaneous tag search shown in the screenshot: Simple List View with Scores Sincerely, -- roschler