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Search through transactions and get to generate the right reports fast, easy and dynamicly.
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||string||The current day. Example: $d-15 (fifthteen days ago) / $d+1 (one day ahead)|
||string||The current month. Example: $m-1 (one month ago) / $m+2 (two months ahead)|
||string||The current year. Example: $y-1 (one year ago) / $y+1 (one year ahead)|
Note: that the date format depends on your book settings.
Note: the name must be unique to the book to be used in a query.
#show The recorded transactions
#hide The reverts and reverted transactions
#checked The checked transactions
#unchecked The unchecked transactions
#reverts The counter transactions of the reverted transactions
#reverted The reverted transactions
#draft The draft transactions
#trash The deleted drafts or The reverted transactions
Note: deleted drafts are moved to the trash bin and are actually deleted after 30 days.
Note: System hashtags are ignored when recorded by the user
by:d Displays chart results by days
by:m Displays chart results by months
by:y Displays chart results by year
Putting it all together
group:"expenses" #newyork after:$m-1 using:informedDate
Show all the expenses made in New York made in during the last month.
Show all the transportation entries made in New York at any time.
acc:"food" #newyork #losangeles
Show all the food account entries for New York and Los Angeles.
acc:"food" acc:"transport" #draft firstname.lastname@example.org
Show all the food account and transport account entries that are not posted yet and recorded by the user email@example.com.
Note: Mixing Groups and Accounts of different Account Types might return empty result sets.
You can also build queries with the query wizard.