"Quoted strings"can be used to perform full word match.
"test"will not match the word
testing. Use backslash
\"to escape double quotes and
\\to escape backslash.
ORto match one or another. Use
-to negate a query. The space character is used for boolean "and".
(a OR b) (c OR d).
file:("to be" OR -"2B").
file:will perform the following subquery on the file name. For example:
path:will perform the following subquery on the file path, absolute from the root. For example:
ignore-case:will override the case sensitive match logic for the following subquery.
Collapse resultswill toggle between just showing matching note names and showing the lines in which matches appear. These extended results can be toggled for each note by clicking on the folding triangle next to the file name.
Match Casewill do what it says, but note that it can be overridden on a per-search basis as per above.
Explain Search Termswill show you what the search is actually looking for in plain terms, so you can debug complex searches.
==instead of toggling as the name would suggest.