Mirrors are great. For so many reasons. Great work.
I would like to be able to find nodes which are (or are not) mirrors in search.
Can you add an is:mirror operator. This should also work in the negative: as -is:mirror.
This would search for nodes which are mirror nodes. It should find nodes which have the diamond mirror node symbol in the UI. It should find nodes which have been mirrored, as well as finding any nodes which are mirrors of that node. Keep it simple.
This would be similar in syntax and operation to is:shared for example, but finding mirror rather than shared nodes.
A bit more explanation of the use case:
I want to be able to search for nodes which are in my project tree tagged with #task, which have not been mirrored into my separate kanban board tree.
So -is:mirror is more important than is:mirror in my case. So to find these I might use #task -is:mirror as a search term.
You might also consider a well thought out mirror count operator instead. But I don't think it would add much. Even better would be some sort of path based search syntax with mirror as something which could be detected on a node. I would welcome a new, more powerful, search syntax in Workflowy. Something equivalent to XPath in power.
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