Different types of user interfaces are available on various computing devices to access lists and notes, e.g., a graphical user interface, a voice user interface, etc. A search engine stack is utilized to process user requests, e.g., voice queries, which enables available matches to be ranked and selected. Use of the search operation provides a superior user experience when compared to simple relational database searches. Integration of the search engine stack enables fuzzy matching of user requests to available notes and lists. If the user provides permission, past interactions are utilized. Interpretation or corrective action regarding a query, based on past interactions, is performed only upon permission from the user.
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Saikia, Amitabh, "Voice search capabilities for lists and notes", Technical Disclosure Commons, (March 13, 2019)