Full text and within page content search
Fantastic update. Well worth going pro for...
Raindrop is broken. I spent on a pro license in 2018. Then I found out that all the subscription and sharing functions do not work as advertised (invitations never arrive through email). I wrote to you. I explained in detail what was not working. I even told you that the product concept was beautiful, but it did not work. I requested a fix. I received absolutely no answer. I wrote to you three times. Crickets continued to sing. Not only is the product broken, but support is non-existent. I did not even bother to ask you for a refund, because you will never answer. Never mind, I already found about Hitabs and will never turn back again!
@FRANZ JOSEF HAIDACHER AVILA: I'm really sorry for your bad experience in the past! I started active development only in 2019.
All of the issues you described have been fixed. Including support response.
I upgraded your account to lifetime PRO. Hope you will give another chance for Raindrop
Yep! Now entire content of every web-page and PDF that you've saved is fully searchable and have permanent copy. It's like having your own Google and Wayback Machine 😀
Only available in PRO. No price change or limits!
Read details here:
Full-text search https://help.raindrop.io/article/44-full-text-search
Permanent copy https://help.raindrop.io/article/46-permanent-copy
Please give a feedback in comments or send to firstname.lastname@example.org
@Rustem Mussabekov: Hiya, thanks for the search update. Just tried it out and its great. One additional request I would have though. When you have a search result from "another collection", is there be a way to locate where in the collections directory the collection that the search result resides in is? Currently there doesn't seem to be a way to see this in the search results, only the collection name itself. If you have a large collection directory with many sub-levels, locating the collection can be problematic. Unless I'm missing something of course. Thanks again for the hard work.
Will it support Russian morphology? For instance, will it find "ритейлер" when searched for "ритейлеры" and will it find "ритейлеры" when searched for "ритейлеров"?
@four-digit cod 🐟: Of course! Same for other languages described above
@Rustem Mussabekov: thank you so much. The new update is awesome. Bought a pro to try it.
Two questions though:
— it says no fuzzy search is supported. Could you please elaborate?
— it doesn't scraps pages from paywalled sites like ft.com (I am a subscriber). Is there a way to send the text over from my browser to raindrop? See the image attached
New search engine is available now:
- Better support for 16 langs (English, Spanish, German, French, Russia, Chines, Portugal, Italiano, Japanese, Polish, Korean, Finish, Turkish, Netherland, Swedish, Danish)!
- Sort by relevance
- Results from other collections are showed below
BETA, so please share your feedback, especially in non-english queries!
Page content search will be available soon (with detailed blog post)
Sure this will be just great! Missing the feature from browsers, for example to search through the articles too. But won't that be too resourceful for you to implement?
@Dmitry Pursanov: Full text search will be implemented in different database. So load will not effect other parts of the app. It’s bit pricey to store so giant text amount, but I hope it’s good investement. Beta test of this feature will start in next few weeks, big part of it already done. Yes article content also be searchable.
for this app, one thing that should be implemented in the search is an Ajax search. This way, as you type, the results come out
The search seems to look for keywords separately instead of the phrase as a whole, which brings up other irrelevant results. Also, the search should show the full title instead of only the highlighted keywords.
Will be implemented in next few month