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On 8/12/2020 at 6:52 AM, Seth Stark said:

I am using Mac OS , Evernote version 7.14, using Chrome

In both desktop and web versions, I cannot figure out how to simply rename a Stack.  How do you rename a Stack?

On the desktop version, access the Notebooks page by clicking the Notebook icon, or View>Notebook

Clicking on the stack name should put you in edit mode
You can also right-click the stack name  1865091914_ScreenShot2020-08-17at3_36_15PM.png.31f746a189aaf3db64ea4a6755ae254d.png

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On 8/19/2020 at 12:49 PM, Geri said:

I am in the same boat as the OP.  I feel like I used to right-click and see the Rename option.  But now, I just see 

 

1 hour ago, Randy Zeitman said:

Only choice is to expand/collapse stack.


You're working in the sidebar

Switch to the Notebook page

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How to get to "the Notebook Page":  In the left panel, the folder that contains all notebooks and note stacks is labeled "Notebooks".  Clicking on that folder brings you to a completely different page (there is no View > Notebooks in my version of Evernote 10.9.10 on Mac).  This page lists all the notebooks and at the far right is a three-dot "more" menu.  That is where you can rename the stack.  

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Let me correct my post slightly.  The page lists all of the note stacks, and to the far right each has its own three-dot menu that, when hovered over, says "more actions". It's a pretty cool page. You can expand the note stacks to see the notebooks, you can expand the notebooks to see the notes, and they all have a corresponding "more actions" menu.

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7 hours ago, Greg Watkins said:

The page lists all of the note stacks, and to the far right each has its own three-dot menu that, when hovered over, says "more actions".

And, in more recent versions, you can also right click the notebook or stack to get similar options.

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