# Prioritize full title matches over partial matches that are on top in the list

edited April 2020

TheArchive is great! I really appreciate the snappy interface and the concentration on a core set of flexible features.

I found a situation where clicking a link doesn't jump to the note that has that exact link name. Attached is the archive. To reproduce:

• Go to note '2', it links to note '1'.
• Click the link for note 1. TheArchive opens note '1a.' I expect that if there is an exact match for a link, it should open that note. (If there's no exact match, then there may be several reasonable choices.)

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Post edited by ctietze on

• I'll add this as a talking point to consider when we revisit the basic behavior. To explain: Matches are prioritized according to search order. The topmost note in the list wins if the search term is a literal match with how the note title starts. (Doesn't have to be a full match, that's why 1a works as well.)

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• Could you break ties by size? Topmost note wins if the search term is a literal match, shortest one first?

Anyway, thank you for considering!

• @drowsyfervor
I sometimes change my link to a literal search link to tone down the AND condition highlighting noise.

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