Use case or problem
In my daily notes, I write any information spontaneously in the same file. As a result, I want to be able to search within the file and make it such that only the relevant lines display - this increases readability and makes it feel less cluttered.
For example, in the image below, I only want the lines that contain “7” to display.
I would like to take the
line:() feature from here and add them to the in-file search.
For example, if I did
then the second and third lines would only appear - and I could edit them as well.
I would hope for this to work with tags as well, and I think it should work naturally.
Current workaround (optional)
As it currently stands, I use this search to make do, but it doesn’t feel very intuitive to navigate large chunks of notes through this.
You can add
file:() to the search to restrict it. You can also use an embedded search to put the results in a file. If you put the search in the file it’s summarizing, you can use a template to create the search.
You can add
file:() to the search to restrict it.
Thank you, I am aware of this although it does not work for my above example with the “Daily Notes - Overall View” since everything is embedded.
You can also use an embedded search to put the results in a file.
This is extremely helpful and more in line with what I was looking for - although I wish my initial proposed solution could be implemented. Nonetheless, this will have to do for now.
If you’d like to keep the feature request open, you can remove the “solution” mark from my post (marking a solution causes the thread to close 7 days after the last reply).
Thanks for that, just removed it.