Jsuttonmorse 3 Posted October 10, 2011 Share Posted October 10, 2011 What I'd really like to be able to do is see a list of notes, all of my saved searches, and the couple of tags that I keep on top, so that I can quickly flip between those things. A plus would be to be able to do an ad hoc search & save it from the same platform.On Mac, I can resize the "Tags" section on the left, so that this is easily accomplished, but on Mac I can't see what my saved searches are actually searching for ... as I'm reviewing some of the searches & revising as I use Evernote more, this is a deal breaker.On Windows, I can't resize the "Tags" section ... just minimize or show fully. But at least I can see the syntax of a saved search ... so this is what I'll be using for now.On Web, I can't even see saved searches, plus I can't get the "list on top, note on the bottom" look I really want.On iPad, no saving searches or multiple views. Not that I'd really expect it here, but for a review that flips between a few options, the Pad is so limited as to be unusable.Note that what I would expect is that I'd have the same experience AT LEAST on the two desktop clients & probably also a very similar experience on the web. The inconsistency between clients is a huge knock against EN as far as I'm concerned. But for now, I'd simply settle for being able to view a couple tags, my saved searches, the actual syntax of the saved search, and a list of items with the abiliy to jump into a note to edit it. A Frankenstein of the Mac & Windows platforms, essentially. Link to comment
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