Filter by certain level in tag hierarchy
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That is, offer the option to filter by a tag and exclude notes tagged with children tags.
For example, one could ctrl+click on "#wiki" to include all notes tagged with "#wiki" but exclude notes tagged with "#wiki/fitness" or any other subtags.
As a search bar alternative, one could write "#wiki$" to achieve the same thing.
Under consideration searching Suggested by: Lucian • Upvoted: 14 Mar • Comments: 2
That would be extermely useful to me as well, it may apport a lot of clarity i think.
I think this is very important. The hierarchy is critical. It's a valid use to tag something with the parent and not any of the children. Maybe your parent tag is very broad and you only have some more specific children tags to help organize. For example, I have a parent #travel tag with children for this reason. My general travel notes go in #travel; when I collect for a specific thing, I create the #travel/child tags.
As AN is today, I'd need to enter a very long search query with the parent and the not ^ operator for every child path. That's terrible and not sustainable.
The only workaround I can think of right now is to add a child tag, such as #travel/travel-general to use instead of tagging with the parent tag only. This is a silly thing to have to workaround like this.