|Revision Note||Rev. 2 31May21-Removed export template error.|
|Tags||Action Code, Agent Query, Note-Taking, Tinderbox, aTbRef|
|Example File||TBX - L Agent Designator Queries R2-31MAY21.tbx (103.2 KB)|
In this lesson, we step into the world of agents & queries within Tinderbox. Tinderbox is a powerful note-taking and knowledge collection, curation, creation, and contribution (the 4Cs) tool. Note-taking is as much about discovering & re-discovering your note-taking as it is about creating them. In this regard, Tinderbox is your friend. In this video, you’ll learn how to query (aka search for) values within your Tinderbox attributes. I explain the syntax for calling an attribute (e.g. $AttributeName, the dollar sign is key). I also explain how to combine arguments in your queries, e.g. “find me this and that.” I accomplish this by showing you how you can combine two arguments with the & operator.
NOTE: If you want to play with the Action Code in this tutorial just download the example file linked above. It is all there.