Big beta release today. It's available in-app or directly from this link: http://www.evernote....e=PrereleaseMac
Hope you like it!
- Shortcuts are synced with your Evernote account
- Searches can be scoped to "My Notes" which excludes shared Notes
- Business users can scope searches to "Personal Notes" or "Business Notes"
- Notes clipped using Evernote Clearly are beautifully styled
- AppleScript can create checkboxes in ENML
- In Expanded Card View, pressing Return opens Notes
- New button to jump to a Note's Notebook from the Note Editor
- Large accounts sync much more reliably
- Tags from Joined Notebooks now appear correctly
- Corrected image and link pasting issues
- PDF printing is more reliable
- Fixed Snow Leopard Sidebar visual glitches
- Fixed crash when taking screenshots
- Korean image indexing is greatly improved
- Reduced CPU/memory usage
- Fixes to Saved Searches
- Various fixes for Evernote Business
- Improved handling of Tags in AppleScript
(1) Scoping Searches
- The feature seems to work as it was designed to, and I think this is definitely an improvement. Is there any chance we will be able to also filter out results from joined notebooks? I know this is probably an impossibility, but:
a. Having the search field over there in right field is a real pain, especially when you want to scroll through that center pane of notes. Is there any chance we could move it to front and center like it is on Windows? Of course, this would necessitate getting rid of the dropdown stuff, but it wouldn't be missed by me
b. Is there any chance we could have the search filters added to the search grammar? Without it, searches behave differently in every client and saved searches (at least for me) they have become almost useless. I am down from a couple dozen or so to just two, and I will probably drop another because it is causing me issues on the iPad. I feel like the fragmentation of the clients seems to be getting worse over time, especially with the search behavior, which is really at the center of everything I do on Evernote. More on searches later.