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Search result display bug



I've tried the following query:
@work today, @work @next

It seems the results I am getting are correct, but the caption is broken for the first section as it reads only "@work" (no indication of 'today'). Actually, I think all references to time in compound queries result in similar bugs.

Should be a relatively easy fix, could you do it anytime soon? It is confusing at times.

Best regards,

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David Trey  staff
Replied on Sep 16, 2013 - 11:55 UTC

Hello Tomek,

The query itself is not entirely correct. You could use a comma for simple searches such as "overdue, today", but if it's more complex please use:

(today & @work) | (@today & @next)

Or, if the last two should be separate:

(today & @work) | @today | @next

Furthermore, we're aware of certain issues with the headers for the search results and will address them as we introduce saving and renaming queries as filters.

Best regards,

Replied on Sep 16, 2013 - 12:53 UTC

Hi David,

Thanks for your reply.

I like the coma query because it presents results in a separated fashion (one list for today, one for next) yet still in the same view.

And even the simplest subset of your examples:
(today & @work)
still results in an incomplete header.

But if you are aware of the issue and it's going to be addressed then I guess I can only way till the update finally sees the light.

Best regards,