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  3. Some of my notes that refused to sync have dates in, some don't. I don't recall getting that request from Evernote, but I probably would have denied it too.
  4. I don't know if my "locked notes" issue started the same as yours, but I always deny EN and Google to put things on my calendar. I'm at least organized enough to put the date and time of a plane ticket on my own calendar!!
  5. I use the Evernote Scannable app (IOS) to scan invoices, waranties, manuals, etc - it generates a pdf file attachment I use a general notebook (Filing) for notes, with appropriate tags (Type-Receipt, Budget-aaaaa, ...) My note title standard is: yyyy-mm-dd Receipt [description] keywords $n.nn
  6. And. Please don't post twice even if there's more than one applicable thread...
  7. Have you contacted Support on this? They may have other reports and your further data may help identify an issue.
  8. Ola queridos usuarios. Sou um heavy user do Evernote, e hoje queria compartilhar com todos como eu lembro da garantia dos produtos que compro. Primeiro, criei um grupo de Notebooks chamado compras. Dentro dele, crio um Notebook para cada ano. Por exemplo: Compras 2020 Agora é bem simples: tudo o que eu compro, uso a camera do Evernote para tirar uma foto da Nota Fiscal e guardar. Tome cuidado para que a foto seja interpretada como documento, pois assim a visualizacao fica melhor. Quando precisar de uma NF, para averiguar a garantia, pode ir direto no notebook correspondente, ou buscar pelo nome do produto. Lembre-se que o evernote indexa o texto que foi escaneado!.
  9. Bring atlas back!!! I’ve needed this just about every time I open the app. Please prettty please?!?! Jeezus
  10. Back again... All of the notes with the sync issues have dates in the body of the note. I tried replicating the error with notes that do not have dates in the body but so far have not been able to get the error for those notes--granted I only tested a couple notes. It may be coincidental but it seems this started happening for me around the time I started getting prompted by EN to allow permission to my calendar and to "Make smart notes wirh my calendar and location." I deny. Is this a coincidence? Anyone else observing these two things: (1) locked notes have dates in body and (2) issues started when EN started wanting to make 'smart' notes using calendar/location?
  11. Back again... All of the notes with the sync issues have dates in the body of the note. I tried replicating the error with notes that do not have dates in the body but so far have not been able to get the error for those notes--granted I only tested a couple notes. It may be coincidental but it seems this started happening for me around the time I started getting prompted by EN to allow permission to my calendar and to "Make smart notes wirh my calendar and location." I deny. Is this a coincidence? Anyone else observing these two things: (1) locked notes have dates in body and (2) issues started when EN started wanting to make 'smart' notes using calendar/location?
  12. Same comment as last time - Evernote are working on an update to the app. They don't (usually) comment on whether or when any particular bugfix or feature might be introduced.
  13. I read your post. I understand you do not want a file attachment to a note. However you did ask whether subscribers had the same problem, and in answering that question I explained what said subscriber would need to do to store large files elsewhere, but still keep track of them in Evernote. I confirmed that if I drag a large file over my Evernote window I get an immediate pop-up which also interrupts the drag. I can see where this would be frustrating, though it has never happened to me until now! Perhaps if @Liam Gretton can raise a ticket Evernote can look into this... (I'm in the middle of a different issue with Support, so I can't raise it currently...) There's a revision due out later this year, so hopefully this glitch might be suppressed in the next version; if not it may take a while for a fix to be issued.
  14. I've been meaning to raise this issue for ages. Evernote should not react to a drag-and-drop event unless something is dropped on it. Most of the time you wouldn't notice this issue if the file that happens to be getting dragged across an EN window is small. In my case I have a Premium account but this crops up if I happen to be dragging video files around. EN will complain that the file exceeds the 200MB limit and causes the drag action to be cancelled.
  15. Please read my post. I do NOT want to add an attachment to an Evernote note. The message appears when I move a file to drag and drop somewhere else over an evernote post. I did not release the mouse button on the Evernote window. I use three monitors and I often have windows not in full size mode so it happens now and then that an evernote window is in the background or in between two other windows I want to move files from and to.
  16. Thanks for the tip - I keep forgetting to check the beta app when I get frustrated with missing or non-intuitive features. ctrl+W works in beta, and that is my preferred shortcut for this Hopefully they don't implement the Esc key into beta later...
  17. I'd like to see the limit on templates increased too. Any word on whether this is being considered for future releases?
  18. Hi. Like the message says, subscribers get to add notes up to 200MB. Bigger PDFs can be shrunk down; larger files need to be stored elsewhere, but can be indexed in Evernote. How to attach Google Drive files to notes Evernote system limits
  19. Have you tried switching to another version of the web UI (in Settings). The latest one is a beta and is -eventually- due for an upgrade...
  20. When I drag bigger files (e.g. videos) from one File Explorer Windows to another and there is an Evernote window in the background or in between, an Evernote popup window appears that I'm not allowed to add such big attachments to a note. Note: I do NOT want to add these files to the note. I just want to drag them somewhere else but it happened that I moved over the Evernote window with a visible note in the background. I'm on a basic account* so it says the limit is 25 MB for attachments. It says I should upgrade to a plan with 200 MB attachmets for notes. I don't know if something similar happens with paid accounts. But bigger files can easily exceed also 200 MB. *) I would consider a payed plan to use it on more devices. But I still miss some features like shortcut customization (don't need the global ones); editor became better over time, but still some struggles; easy way to select notebook of current note to add new note there.
  21. These are all phenomenal answers - thanks so much for sharing them. I'm going to start with Randomnote and see how that works, and go from there. Thanks again for the help!
  22. This would be terrific. All of the workarounds amount to extra work. I can use a Rocketbook to OCR it and put it straight into Evernote. It’s surprising you can’t just do this with Evernote alone.
  23. The web client is OK, but... quite incomplete.
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  25. I am having the same issue, any update on a fix? or is there a way to manually sort them?
  26. Interesting. I'm now in a completely bizarre predicament. 1. I'm still unable to use the Evernote clipper in Firefox. Nothing I've tried has changed the behavior at all. 2. After using OneNote for a bit, I was surprised at how much better it was than when I first tried it. In my opinion, it's now so much better than Evernote, that switching to OneNote is a no-brainer. 3. Microsoft has a tool to import notes from Evernote into OneNote. It's officially no longer supported, and it's not perfect, but it works. What I hope is that if enough people petition Microsoft and express interest in switching, they'll reanimate the project. Just a shout out, anyone reading this who hasn't fired up OneNote in a while, should take another look; it's a fairly amazing product and it's free. 4. I had not tried out Microsoft Edge until you mentioned it in your post. The Evernote clipper in Edge works for me. If I wanted to continue using Evernote, which I don't, switching to Edge would be an option. It's actually a very appealing browser. 5. Here's the insane thing. As far as I can tell, Microsoft has not produced a OneNote clipper for its own Edge browser.
  27. Agree about what EN staff would probably say, even if "completely" secure is a bold claim! But my issue is not with the security of Evernote; it is with how my documents ended up on Evernote to start with. Perhaps I'll take it up with them directly, if I can find a way in. Thanks for the link. I had the breach information from other sources but with a lot less detail so I found this very interesting.
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