Inclement 3 Posted December 15, 2013 Share Posted December 15, 2013 Say I already have two notebooks, one called Decorating, and another called Household. I now want to consolidate those by dragging Decorating into Household, so that Decorating becomes a sub-folder of Household. (Or, in Evernote terminology, there would now be a stack named Household containing a notebook named Decorating.) That is what I expect to happen, based on experience with every other computer folder system I've ever used (e.g. Windows, my email provider...). But that's not what happens. When I drag Decorating into Household, I end up with a new, unnamed stack that contains both Decorating AND Household. The problem is that Household IS the highest level. There is nothing that I want "Household" to be a member of, and yet that is what Evernote forces me to do. I understand that it's not impossible to repair this situation in order to get what I want in the end. But fixing it up manually seems quite cumbersome, compared to it working as expected in the first place. Link to comment
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