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Selection of Multiple notes in web

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There needs to be the ability to select multiple notes in the web version (new version).

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On 9/19/2017 at 2:16 PM, rwl said:

There needs to be the ability to select multiple notes in the web version (new version).

Evernote eliminated that from the new web client I gather.  Probably to protect the innocent.  

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We still have the option of reverting to the old web version. I did so, and now the ability to select multiple notes returned.

Go to Account Settings > Evernote Web> and choose to use the old version. 

 

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Aargh, it's a year later and we still can't select multiple notes (to move to a different notebook, and/or to add tags) in the 'new' web interface? 

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Mobile platforms too

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I agree.   I use web-client only!  I "never" use 'thick-client', for I have migrated to Chromebook.  

As my old notes expire -- no longer serve me -- I seek a way to select and expire multiple notes in one blow.   

Multi-select functionality is so valuable to me, I would be willing to set a toggle to enable it; and then disable it.
 

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First time posting here, I've migrated from the desktop version to web client and it's made life a LOT easier and I'm using EN much more. However, there needs to be a select multiple notes functionality. 

I'm just about to start the "Building a Second Brain" course and will be significantly relying on Evernote. It's amazing this feature isn't enabled on the web client and seems it would be a simple addition. 

Plus 10 for this feature request. 

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