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If I create a new Tag and apply it to a note or use an existing Tag and apply it to a note, the Tag counter shows the total number of notes with that Tag, but it takes several seconds for the filter to show that note (or notes) with that Tag on the list.

The attached video was recorded on a Mac (10.3.6 build 2001), but I tested and found the same problem on Evernote for web and people on my community also reported it happening on Evernote for Windows.

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Mesmo problema

On 11/11/2020 at 11:35, vladcampos said:

Se eu criar uma nova etiqueta e aplicá-la a uma nota ou usar uma etiqueta existente e aplicá-la a uma nota, o contador da etiqueta mostra o número total de notas com aquela etiqueta, mas leva vários segundos para o filtro mostrar essa nota ( ou notas) com essa marca na lista.

O vídeo em anexo foi gravado em um Mac (10.3.6 build 2001), mas testei e encontrei o mesmo problema no Evernote para web e as pessoas da minha comunidade também relataram isso acontecendo no Evernote para Windows.

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On 11/11/2020 at 14:42, Jone Mateus said:

Isso é verdade.

Eu tenho o mesmo problema. Como eu trabalho muito com tags, o tempo de espera é realmente chato 😒 .

 

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The target as acknowledged by EN in the betas was three minutes for things to be indexed.  So seconds would be an improvement.  You can always revert to the Pre V10 version until EN sorts this.  Though not sure speed will get sorted as easily as the missing features.

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25 minutes ago, CalS said:

The target as acknowledged by EN in the betas was three minutes for things to be indexed.  So seconds would be an improvement.  You can always revert to the Pre V10 version until EN sorts this.  Though not sure speed will get sorted as easily as the missing features.

Three seconds would be good, and similar to Evernote legacy. Three minutes is far too long.

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2 hours ago, Paul A. said:

Three seconds would be good, and similar to Evernote legacy. Three minutes is far too long.

No argument there.  Particularly when one is used to instantaneous.

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