Initializes the intent object with the specified search parameters.
- iOS 11.2–13.0Deprecated
- Mac Catalyst 13.0–13.0Deprecated
- watchOS 4.2–6.0Deprecated
The text to search for in the title of the note, task, or task list.
The text to search for in the content of a note.
The type of items to search. Use this parameter to restrict your search to items of the specified type.
The completion status of the task. Use this parameter to restrict your search to tasks whose status matches the specified value.
The location value to use during your search. When the
INLocation, use this parameter to restrict your search to reminders that are triggered near the specified location.
Search Type .by Location Trigger
The type of location search to perform. Use this parameter to specify when a search for location-based reminders should occur.
The time value to use during your search. Use the value of the
dateparameter to determine how to apply the value of this parameter.
The type of date-based search to perform. Use this parameter to specify when to search for notes with the specified creation or modification date or when to search for reminders based on the date on which they are delivered.
The unique string that your app uses to identify the notebook item.
An initialized intent object or
nil if the object could not be created.
Normally, you do not create instances of this class yourself. Instead, SiriKit creates instances when the user asks to search for notes, task lists, tasks, or reminders. However, you can use this method during testing to create intent objects in order to validate your intent handling code paths. When doing so, specify only the search parameters that you want to include and provide
nil or unknown values for other parameters.