I'll be honest. I don't even know how to explain this so I'm just going to do my best.
I'd like to know if any kind of enhancements are planned to make it possible to search for items based on the intersection of tags.
Say, I've got some items tagged clippings and some of those are also tagged writing and some are also tagged recipes. And say I only want to see my clippings that are also tagged writing. I can't see that there's a way to do that yet and I'm wondering if it's something that's coming, someday, or not.
Basically I'm looking for a way to see the notes I have that exist with both the clippings and the writing tag. If this isn't something that can be done, consider this a humble feature request.
This would be so useful to me. It's something I'm pretty used to doing with my Calibre ebook library, in fact, so I'm kind of spoiled. I tag things and depend on the intersection of those tags to be a sort of suborganization of the content. It helps me keep my tagging under control and still get a lot of use from broad tags.
I tried ctrl clicking on tags to select multiple tags thinking that might work but it definitely didn't work.
Just bumping this thread in the hope there has been / will be some movement on it?
It seems many people would benefit from the following:
Ctrl-clicking multiple tags to do an ‘AND’ search for them
Nested tags allowing them to be categorised (like Evernote)
As an Evernote user I would love to migrate to Joplin but (in my eyes at least) these are fundamental missing features. I’ve seen plenty discussion on this forum around boolean tag searches and more complex implementations, but I don’t know if the developers have this on their ‘to do’ list.
I know everyone has pet issues they think are more important than everyone else’s but I’d really like to know if this is likely to be addressed in the foreseeable future. Can any devs weigh in?
You did a tremendously great effort. Thanks a million.
But he, and I too, need an additional feature if possible: to "Select" (rather than type) several tags from the tags list to see the notes having all of them. So far, we have to remember the exact tag names and type them in the search (whihc is a great feature of course), but remembering them all exactly could be problematic if you have sevral long names of tags.
Thanks in adanvce, and again, thanks for all the efforts you did in the search featuers
This feature alone would be a massive functionality boost, but if a GSOC project needs more content, a great stretch goal would be to implement a tree structure to store tags, with a drag-and-drop filing method to arrange them. Anyone interested?