Four years later, Dash still shows irrelevant results when I search for files.
I have a file "Expenses.xlsx" that I open and save every day. However, when I search for "exp", even "Expenses", I get first almost completely irrelevant results:
One of those "expenses" folder (which? the UI is useless here) does have the .xlsx, but
Yoga @ Cindy's.png is a file I haven't opened since 2+ months ago, and I have no idea what "Internet Explorer IE.txt" is (I could check, but the point is that I don't open the file often enough to know).
The sorting algorithm is just wrong.
Yoga @ Cindy doesn't even contain "exp", it only is located in the "expenses" directory, but "Expenses.xlsx" is in that same directory, plus contains the search query in its name.
So is there a way to bias/tune Zeitgeist to show firt recently modified files that match, or in general, files whose name does match the search query?
The only workaround I found is to press Super+F and type "exp", which limits the scope to Files. Still,
Yoga @ Cindy's shows up before