Thanks for confirming. My workaround will continue to be to insert a little codeword that I can search on, which is OK.
I don’t know how difficult it would be, but the ability to search for the note body checkboxes would be very helpful.
Use case: I often capture large walls of text as notes, and then imbed sporadic todo items inline as they occur to me. Searching later for the unchecked boxes would be a very convenient way to retrieve and track these. With my current process, I must edit my codeword within the notes to mark these items “done.”
I have an idea, as an alternative to messing with the database: What if we had an optional feature that would convert Notes to Unchecked Todos whenever unchecked checkboxes were found in the body? Probably performed upon saving a note?
You could improve that idea further by optionally making a Todo “Done” when its body contains checked checkboxes and no unchecked ones.
Anyhow, that idea/request isn’t urgent for me, but it would be tres cool if that was easy to implement.
Thanks for the quick response! J