AnyType seems capable to search in the body of objects; but I think that what is described here is that the search function of AnyType should give information about the context of the words you’re looking for.
Joplin does that great. For example, when looking for the word “ecology” in my notes on Joplin, I can quickly see that the second search item mentions ecology as the name of a scientific journal; and since the three extracts of context show the same thing, I can be pretty sure that it won’t mention it in another context.
Having such context in Anytype’s search could be very, very useful; especially when one start having many objects.
In general, like is currently done in Joplin, I would increase the size of each item in the return of the search in AnyType and display less of them. It’s just my personal view, but I find it easier to focus my gaze on each item the search returns if they are not displayed in a list of 10 like it’s currently the case in AnyType. With fiewer things to focus my gaze on, I can more quickly read them and decide if they’re what I’m looking for. Currently, I feel like Anytype’s search return too many items, and not enough information about them so that I can decide if they’re the one I’m looking for.