How to use Search to find ALL entries for date Range

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    Good morning Giuspen,

    Can you suggest a way to use the Search function in Cherrytree to return all nodes created between dates set in the “Time Filter” section of “Search all nodes”….without needing to reference any text in nodes created earlier?

    I would like Cherrytree to simply return the nodes that were created or modified within the “Time Filter” section.

    Hopefully I am not the only person interested in this.

    Cheers

    #125254

    Sisyfos
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    Hi;
    If you use “Search/Find in All Nodes Content” and enter a space in “Search for” it should work for all nodes, exept maybe for empty ones.
    HTH,
    Sisyfos

    #125255

    Good morning all,
    Sisyfos prior to writing my call for help, I did try exactly what you suggested and ended up with over 2,600 returns many of which were duplicate node names.

    However, as you seem to be able to get it to work I went back and studied the other Search options.

    What seems to work is:

    Search menu > Find in Nodes Names and Tags (CTRL+T)
    Enter a space in ‚ÄúSearch for”
    Use the Time Filter

    Result: 10 matches.
    Which is closer to the number of nodes I actually created over that time.

    Thanks everybody.

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