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Want "Merge" to save in reverse order


billpetro

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I often use Skitch to do screen captures of slides presented during a webinar. At the end, I'll select all these notes and "merge" them into a single note, but they are now presented in reverse-chronological order. I'd like to flip that and have the first slide I capture be at the top, and the last slide be at the bottom -- so if follows the logical and chronological order of the presentation... rather than the order they appear in Evernote.

How can that be done, without going back and touching/editing each (of dozens) of the slides?

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45 minutes ago, kmd2@interven.com said:

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I think you're referring to Macs.  Merge processes the notes in the exact order displayed in the note list.1487329760_ScreenShot2018-10-08at12_57_12.png.6da34ebf9e5d1bdc2d9e296748badccc.png

To have a different sequence, change the note list order.

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DTLow, If I understand you, what you're suggesting is that I:

  1. Reverse the sort order to: By Date Updated > Least Recent to Most Recent
  2. Scroll to the bottom of all my Notes
  3. Do the Merge
  4. Restore the sort order to: By Date Updated > Most Recent to Least Recent

Am I the first person to request a simper methodology for Merge?

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7 minutes ago, billpetro said:

Scroll to the bottom of all my Notes

I'd be working in a select view of my notes, maybe identified by tag

>>Am I the first person to request a simper methodology for Merge?

There are posted feature requests.

Evernote/Windows uses the sequence the notes are selected.  This has my vote.

 

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