I am currently testing and trying out logseq to see, what migration from Joplin looks like.
Main workflow in Joplin is based around tags - I have a couple hundred of them.
Joplin treats tags as own entities, which makes it very easy to organize (and search!) notes in a non-hierarchical fashion. So whenever I am searching for old notes, tags and their combinations are the first thing coming to my mind. E.g.
- topic-tag: “note-taking”,“pkm”,“joplin”,“logseq”
- context: “code-snippet”, “benchmark”, “review”
- verb/action: “searching”, “sorting”, “moving”
Hence question is: is there any way I can search (ctrl-k) for tags only in logseq?
I know a tag is just another page, so guess this leads to: How to search for fixed strings in the page title only?
Fixed string, because when my tags is
bar, I don’t want to get a tag named
It doesn’t make sense to create a separate query per tag.
Thanks in advance!