I know that this has been a topic for quite a while, but struggle to understand exactly what the current usage is.
I was confused by the following explanation in the Help section 4.4.:
When a folder or tag is selected, EagleFiler displays and searches only the contents of that folder or the records with that tag. If Search Contained Folders/Mailboxes/Tags is checked, EagleFiler searches all the folders and mailboxes inside the folder, or the subtags of the tag; otherwise, it searches only the top level.
What exactly does or the subtags of the tags mean here?
If I have a tag structure
and want to search all money related items, would I have to tag all items with earning plus money to search for them?
From the quote above I would expect to be able to select the tag money in the left bar and then search for all elements with text “American” in all items covered below in the tagging structure, i.e. having a tag of either earning, spending or investing. This seems to be wrong.