I’m using the current version of DT Pro. In a database I have a link to a web site tagged with “poetry” and “syllabi;” however, when I search for it using either “poetry syllabi” or “poetry and syllabi,” the search comes up empty. Can I not search for something by using its tags?
Your screen image of the criteria in the Advanced panel is logically correct.
You can click on the “-” button to remove the third line.
The search works. (Assuming that it isn’t further filtered by criteria in the query field, Label state, etc. The “All” setting is recommended. And of course assuming that there is at least one document in your database that has been tagged with both terms.)
That is, the search works if your database hold items that have been tagged with both tags. But a bookmark or link to a Web page that hasn’t been captured displays information that is not in your database. Also, an article on the Web that displays a list of “tags” is probably listing keywords, not tags. In that case, were you to capture the page to your database, a tags search would not find it, although a content search for those keywords would find it.
I just discovered that the Advanced search box is case-sensitive. That’s what caused me to get zero search results. I was entering “syllabi” and “poetry”; however, my tags were “Syllabi” and “Poetry.” Are Advanced searches always case-sensitive?