Hidden Search Operators Workflowy Support (Sasha) September 24, 2019 19:08 Updated Follow For a list of all the search operators – both known and "hidden" – please access this shared WorkFlowy list: https://workflowy.com/s/CKZJ.ak9BtViaZU Related articles How can I jump to the end of a long bulleted line? Can I create links to local files on my computer? How do I to copy or export content? How to edit tags in the tag picker/ helper menu Pro memberships and features Comments 6 comments Sort by Date Votes Neil Quateman May 24, 2016 03:48 Is there a date field that can be searched, and ideally displayed, for "Date Created"? 4 Comment actions Permalink Yariv Sade October 15, 2016 09:40 Edited Agree with Neil, that would be a great feature! 0 Comment actions Permalink Brian Mayer November 23, 2016 03:26 Maybe not hidden, but a non-obvious search operator I love is the negative hashtag. I use WFY internally and sometimes I need to copy/paste a large chunk to be shared with a client outside of WFY. All the portions that are internal only get a #internal tag. Before I copy, I do a search on -#internal and it hides any internal sections. Boom. 0 Comment actions Permalink Jad Khoriaty April 06, 2017 04:24 The negative operator combined with a tag does not hide tasks that have sub-tasks that do not have that tag. Is that a bug or is that by design? 0 Comment actions Permalink Michael Tuchman April 21, 2017 04:40 Edited Why hide features from your users? Do you hate us? Think we're foolish? Can't handle them? Of course not. So don't hide. Hiding features sends a negative message. Document, document, document. Also, the referenced blog entry is now 5 years old. By now, the "hidden" features had time be written up properly. I guess I feel kind of cheated; these could have really helped me earlier had I known about them sooner. 0 Comment actions Permalink Workflowy Support (Sasha) December 16, 2017 02:58 Date created can be viewed as the "Last changed" if there has not been any change. 0 Comment actions Permalink Article is closed for comments.