Right now it seems that the filter box that is in the 2nd column under the notebook name, prefers the content of notes over the title of a note - by a LOT. Honestly the filter results I get don’t make a lot of sense to me overall.
My use case for Inkdrop is meeting notes. So I create a note for each meeting, or each meeting series.
If I filter for the word “product”, the 1st result is a note from a month ago with single instance of “product” as part of a URL. Where as I have other notes older and newer with more standalone mentions of “product”. In fact I have one note with at least 3 mentions of “product” updated 18 hours ago.
However my big issue is that I’m looking for my “Product Engineering Standup” meeting note. It isn’t until I type in “Product Engineering Stan” that I get the note I’m looking for as first result. If I search for as little as “Product Engineering”, the first result is “Security Engineer Questions” which a single mention of “product” in the content and nothing else that matches.
And yes, I do use the tags so I can find some things. But it would be nice if I could better filter for the results I’m looking for. Example: If I type a persons name into the filter, I’d generally expect a note with that name in the title to show up before notes with that persons name in the content. If I put their name in the note title, clearly that’s the most important.