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    I submitted a fix for this. It has to go through QA and the release scheduling but hopefully you'll see it soon if all goes well.
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    I just tried changing two settings (at once), and one or both of them fixed the problem. Hopefully this will help with troubleshooting. Under Options > Note, "Create new note in a new window" was unchecked (although it was checked before the update), and "Set new note focus to title" was checked (as it was before the update). Just now, I checked "Create new note in a new window" and unchecked "Set new note focus to title". So now when I'm typing in a note with its own window, the cursor does not keep jumping back to the subject.
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    I feel on the biggest missing features is native support for Markdown. Please add native Markdown to Evernote.
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    I'd really like an option to just add a PDF as a note rather than as an attachment on the note. It's pretty trivial, but when I'm saving something that's just a PDF (like sheet music for example) it's a little inconvenient to have to open the note and then click the attachment. Thanks!
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    Hi all, This morning we released version 8.2 of iOS to the App Store. You can download it here. This version includes - Performance improvements: The app and camera launch faster, and notes and tags load faster. Scrolling through your list of notes is smoother and more responsive. Enhanced business cards: Include both sides and easily update fields when you scan business cards. Access reminders more quickly: Tap the clock up top, to the right of the search bar. Reminders are now listed by due date, not date created or updated. Added Norwegian language support. Made numerous bug fixes and improvements, including several crashes. Thanks, Chantal and the rest of the iOS team!
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    I accessed a note on my iPhone and discovered the content in the body is different than the same note on the Web and Windows clients. I did not edit the note. Moreover this was not an issue with this note (to which I refer at least weekly) prior to the v8.2 upgrade. Evernote has introduced yet another bug into the iOS client. Before anyone suggests contacting support, yes, I will contact them and I also know from experience I'll get the runaround. I used to be a vocal supporter of Evernote. I've defended everything from removing features from the free version to the price hikes. I've recommended Evernote to many people. That's why I am so disappointed with my experience with Evernote over the last few months. After raising the prices, the company has issued a defective product that has negatively impacted my ability to work. It would be a huge hassle to migrate from Evernote to a different product but I'm starting to feel like I may not have a choice. The product no longer works reliably.
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    Hi, This problem is with Evernote on Windows. I updated to 6.5.4.4720 (304720) Public a few days ago. Since the update, when I'm typing in a note in its own window, about every 30-60 seconds, the cursor jumps back to the beginning of the subject. Whatever I type then shows up at the beginning of the subject, not overwriting the existing subject. So then, I have to backspace to delete the word or two that ended up in the subject, and then press Return to get back to the body of the note. Fortunately, when I press Enter, the cursor jumps back to where it was in the body before it jumped to the subject. This bug is very frustrating. I use Evernote for brainstorming every day, and having to stop and deal with this over and over again is really hurting my creating flow. I'd love to get back to my normal workflow, because Evernote has worked so well for me until now. Thanks.
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    There were many, many bugs and crashes reported for Ver 8.0 and 8.1. How about telling us which bugs you have actually fixed with this release? Sorry, but I still have very low confidence in Evernote updates, especially iOS updates, where you often introduce more bugs that you fix. I'm not trying to be ugly here, just reporting the real world as I see it. I can't understand why you guys don't put more real effort into debug and test BEFORE you make a release. I'm staying on EN iOS Ver 7 until you guys prove that you have made a reliable, stable update.
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    Thank you for all of the reports. As @kennychua mentioned, a fix is scheduled for the next release. Current workarounds depend on the file type. Images: Copy and Paste from the note to your desired location PDFs: Print to PDF (Download Nitro PDF if you're on WIN 7 or 8 and need a print to PDF option) Office, Audio, Video and other files: Either right-click the file and select "Save As" or drag and drop it to the desktop
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    Dear Evernote, Don't you think it's about time to start communicating that you; - acknowledge the fact that the IOS iphone app is not performing as expected - inform what your plans are to fix this (what, how and when) For me it would work if the old version would be available, that worked very well (fast, responsive, doing what an Iphone app should do). I am a very heavy user (MacBookPro, WindowsPC and Iphone), the moments you use the Iphone app is when you want to; - quickly check a note - quickly add a new note (in order to enhance / complete it on the laptop/PC later on) - quickly change some minor things when you are on the move (reminder date, small remark etc.) The way the current app is performing stops me doing just that :-( Please be aware that most of the Evernote users are organized and structured people who have tried quite some solutions out there. The reason why I (and I think most users) did not switch is that Evernote is a super tool as it's working on IOS, Windows, mobile devices and and on a functional level well thought through. ..... take these loyal users on board and communicate your plans to them..... don't make them run away, that would be a pity. Regards, Patrick
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    I have my Evernote set to create a new note in a new window and to set the new note focus to title. This works fine when I start a new note, I can quickly type my title and then move to the body of the note. However, I use Evernote to do a lot of initial drafting so I frequently stop and think about what I'm writing rather than doing a quick brain dump. What I have found is that when I pause the focus moves from the body of the note back to the title box and as I restart typing it appears at the front of the title. As far as I can tell this only happens when I am typing in a note in a separate window. If I move from the note in a separate window to the copy of the new note in the main app window and type there the problem doesn't appear, even though there is a copy of the note open in a separate window. Is this a bug or possibly a keyboard/PC issue.
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    Hi folks, Today we're announcing Evernote for Mac, version 6.11 GA! You can download it here. We've posted a blog on the new Touch Bar functionality https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2017/04/11/5-cool-ways-use-touch-bar-evernote/ Please share it on social media and in other forums. Thanks, Chantal and the rest of the Mac Team -------------- Evernote for Mac 6.11 New: Touch Bar support for the latest MacBook Pros allows quick access to key navigation and note editing commands. Fixed: We've fixed several issues people were having with notes: - Search terms weren’t highlighted in notes for some searches - Clicking on an attachment sometimes caused the note to scroll up, making it hard to open attachments - Shift + arrow up or down did not highlight if the line above or below was blank - Shift + enter did not create a non-bulleted line in a bulleted list - Couldn’t delete the leftmost column in a table if the top cell is formatted - Line breaks were unexpectedly removed after syncing some notes originally created on iPhone - Content copied from a PDF sometimes could not be pasted into a note - Applying Simplify Formatting to clipped notes removed returns - If the last item in a list was blank, it disappeared when users navigated away and then back to the note - Couldn’t remove indents from text in some notes created in earlier versions of Evernote - In tables, if you triple clicked to select the content and then cut, you would be unable to focus on the cell - If you added a new checklist item in the middle of an existing checklist, one character of a checklist item might be unexpectedly deleted
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    In the meantime turn off Set new note focus to title in Tools - Options - Note. I think that is a workaround at the moment.
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    The Evernote desktop application for PC frequently loses consciousness, and displays the message in the title bar: "Not responding." It regains consciousness within 30 seconds, almost without fail. It often stops me from typing, but usually will capture most of my keystrokes and display them after it wakes up. The regularity of the behavior suggests Evernote ought to employ a simple "hourglass" message asking the user to wait, rather than exposing the user to the unsettling worry that Evernote has fallen and can't get up. This happens on my laptop. It happens on my desktop. It happens while using my Evernote Business notebooks. It happens while using my Evernote Personal notebooks -- and before I ever upgraded to Business. It happens on my co-workers' PCs also using Business. I have about 8,000 notes. But it's been happening ever since I can remember using Evernote. It happened before I deleted my Evernote cache file and rebuilt it. It happens now afterward. It happens while syncing. It happens when it's not syncing. It happens while I'm typing, it happens while doing nothing. It happens in a box, with a fox, in a house, with a mouse. It happens here and there; it happens everywhere. Before adding more new features, please consider curing Evernote of its fainting spells.
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    It looks like most of the issues are coming from tables that have been pasted in from emails or the web, but are not identified as such in the note metadata. We use clues in the note metadata to decide how to open notes and prepare them for editing, and will generally let web clips and emails render in their original form. However, these notes are not being recognized as web clips or emails, so go through different preparation steps in the editor, and that is causing the tables to render in a different way. Ideally it would be discovered in the beta, but in this case, the particular combination of this type of note metadata and the nested table structures from some emails was not encountered by any beta users. There was no change between the final beta and the final build that caused this issue. Any changes usually get another beta. In this case, I would expect those tables to have the same issue in the beta 4 build. It is a limited set of tables that are affected. It will most likely be tables from an email or a website that were pasted in (not clipped or emailed in), and contain tables within tables within tables, etc. We are working to treat these types of notes in the same way web clips and emails are treated, and that should fix the problem in the future. I'm happy to clarify any further technical details to explain what is going on with these notes.
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    Please introduce different colors highlight! In previous versions of the software - before the highlight button was inserted - I was able to highlight in different colors by using Mac's text contextual menu. Now it's impossible... Please introduce this option, its helpfulness is crucial! Thanks, dario
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    My notes with tables are messed up. Tables show about 10 extra columns that are empty. Clicking on any of those columns crashes the application.
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    From Evernote Web * Account * Setting * Security - Access History Review IP Address (Estimated Location)
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    Hi Folks, Starting with Web Clipper version 6.11 we stopped posting specific release announcements. Clippers are unique in that the availability window for a particular version spans about 6 weeks. Going forwards you can expect the Product team to reach out and announce or request feedback for specific features and improvements in clippers, but we won't be posting release announcements. Please continue posting your feedback on the clipper for your browser of choice - we'll be monitoring the forum! Thank you, Chantal & the rest of the Clipper team.
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    Dear Devs in Evernote. Evernote is the best note taking app out there hands down. But for anybody working in development one big issue is missing markdown support. Nowadays Markdown is: a standard, a convenient, fast and reliable method to write tech docs That's why any developer I know, including myself, is using some additional Markdown editor trying desperately to fit it somehow into Evernote workflow. There is plethora of such tools: Atom iA Writer Bear Writer Byword Day One Markdown Pro Marxico Quiver Ulysses etc. Which means that there are libraries if not the whole ready to plug-in text editors supporting markdown. All the above applications are great for note taking in markdown, writing tech documents, essays or even books. However they don't integrate with Evernote at all (with exception of Atom and Marxico) and they all lack (to a different degree): powerful image support not to mention stellar Evernote OCR advanced Evernote search easiness of sharing notes in Evernote Evernote notebook feature Please put some pressure on the product managers to prioritize this feature. Integrate Markdown editor into Evernote to make great product even better.
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    I agree, and obviously so do lots of other users who have requested a similar feature in this thread, and others. This is a point that some don't seem to understand. I've come to believe it is related to how a person thinks. Some see the advantage of a hierarchical organization for some use cases, others don't. We all know people who seem to be very organized in all things in their life, and others who are very disorganized. Who knows? Unless you are an inside member of the Evernote design team, you have no way of knowing, until/if they ( Evernote ) choose to share it with us. I see a definite benefit to having BOTH hierarchical Notebooks and Tags.
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    I just updated and I'm seeing the same thing. Really annoying. Yup; turning off "Set new note focus to title" fixes it. Bummer; that was a great addition to Evernote awhile back. Please, please fix?
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    Hi, I lead Evernote's security team and can help answer some of your questions. Someone could have learned the password to your account in a variety of ways. The most common situation is when you use your Evernote password on another web site and that other web site gets hacked. Another possibility is that you entered your Evernote password on a computer that was infected with malware and the malware sent it to someone who collects and then uses or sells those collected usernames and passwords. To keep your data safe, change your password to a strong one that you only use on Evernote and setup two-step verification. That will make it very difficult for someone to break into your account.
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    This is what I sent to Evernote to try to explain how vital the Atlas Feature is to those of us who use it. I was told that it would be taken to the developers and they would let me know if they had any questions, but of course I did not hear anything back. I am hoping that it did get passed on, but in hopes of it being seen by more eyes I am posting it here: For the sake of clarity I am going to use the word "Atlas" to refer to the ability to view a map with all your notes locations marked and the ability to see your current location. Thus giving the ability to see what notes are around or are coming up as you travel. With a simple click you can view your note. Atlas is crucial to note organizing because it provides a viewpoint and structure to notes that no other feature in Evernote, or any of Evernote's competitors possess. The issue with only being able to view the location within an individual note is that you may not even know you have that note to begin with, especially if it has been years since you made it or visited that place. But looking at a map you can not miss it. There are many people that would benefit from Atlas: Realtors- notes for houses that they can see and access based off where they are Contractors- keeping notes about current and future jobs at each job site Door to Door salespeople- notes on clients and orders they see as they pull into the drive Anyone who does house calls (nurses, electricians, plumbers, etc)- notes related to jobs...or reminders for the next time they have to visit the house Reporters- keeping the notes of interviews and marking places to return to Photographers- marking places that are great for photos that they want to return to with notes and pictures Anyone who has a service route (delivery people, suppliers, etc.)- so they can include notes that they may forget- i.e. "always use the side door here" "beware of dog", etc. Business travelers- wanting to mark location of a great place to entertain clients, or notes on locations of places that they will forget by the time that they get back there Teachers- taking student on a field trips- ex. notes about the memorials in Washington DC, they can just pull up with the click of a button at each memorial Housecleaning services- notes about the preferences of the home and times they are available Restaurant(or anything) Reviewers- tracking which places they have been and where they want to go next Business with several branches in one city easily seeing all of them on a map Anyone planning a vacation- having notes of places they want to visit in a city and they can easily see what is around them at any given time that they wanted to do. Or marking favorite spots for the next vacation Any profession where someone travels a lot- it may be 4 years before you get back to the same city and it would be great if all your notes were marked so you could easily look and see your notes about from your last trip (especially since you probably don't even remember what places or notes you took) Community organizers/Volunteers -easily seeing where all the locations or supplies are located, send notes of things to accomplish with locations Political organizers- marking out rallies and offices that you can look at and see where you have a connection, or do I know anyone in ____? Truckers- tracking good places to stop and rest along the way, notes concerning roads that do not allow tractor trailers, etc. Anyone who shops- having shopping lists, coupons, receipts, notes about stores- you can pull it all up when you arrive at the store Relief workers- notes with needs and locations to return to and bring aid Fitness- leaving notes of good running spots or workout places around to share with groups Neighborhood watch- making notes on trouble areas or things to watch for Tour Directors/Guides- This is my job, and I list it last because I know that it is a niche market (Though as I mentioned I will be doing Tech Training for 600 tour directors from all over the world next week, and they would all be potential new members of Evernote and then go back and tell their companies about this great product if there was an Atlas feature). The reason that it is vital for me is that I travel all over the world leading trips and giving commentary. My commentary and general notes (location of rest rooms, parking places, where to eat, hotel details,etc) for these places are in Evernote. I may lead a trip to one location and not return for 5 years. So when I return I do not even remember what places I have notes for, so looking at the map I can easily see what I have and click to get to my notes. Going down the highway I may have a note about an area that we pass by, or about some structure we will see. With the Atlas feature I can see it coming and click on it with ease and then back to the map for the next pin. Without the Atlas feature I don't even know I have the note. Even if I do remember I don't have time to quickly look up the note when I see the building ...it is passed by the time I pull it up. A great example is when I do a city tour, I have notes all over the city. I never know the specific order we will see locations due to traffic and timing and different routes (this is why I can't simply use hyperlinks of notes to connect them). With Atlas I am simply tapping on the screen as things are coming up and people don't even notice that I glance down to get the highlights and go on with the tour. Since Evernote took away Atlas I literally have had countless times that I could not get to notes in time or I did not even realize that I had notes on something because I could not see it on the map. This is especially true when sharing notes (and this would apply to all other businesses)- If someone did not create the note they may not even know to look for it. For example if I send them my notebook on San Francisco, yes they can look through all of the titles and notes. However, when they are actually out and about working they can not stop at each site or attraction and look through all the notes to see if there is something about that location. With Atlas it is a look and a click. Simple, effective, vital. So much of that usefulness is transferable to the people I listed and so many more. This is even just focusing on the individual, it is easy to see the major benefit for companies to have their employees have this as an option when sharing notes and viewing notes. What I am asking for is just the simple Atlas back, seeing pins on a map with my location. But if you really want to take advantage of this vital part of note organizing it would be great if you aimed to add the ability to change the color of the pin (maybe based on tags, or simply by notebooks) so that there could be some distinction between them. Also make it easier to change a location than having to go into Google maps look it up and copy and paste the coordinates. Again to be clear, just the basics will more than enough to set Evernote apart from anything that is out there. I believe that if people really knew the benefit of Atlas and how to use it to simplify their work flow, you would have a lot more users and it would be a selling point for the service.
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    Hi. Have a look at web based reminder systems like https://www.followupthen.com/ - or - https://followup.cc/ - since you can email a note and get it back as an email reminder in days months or years. It would be possible to email to say 1day@followup.cc and get it emailed back after that time. You could then either remail it to 4days@followup.cc, or there's a snooze function in the email that comes back so you could then defer it for each further period required. I did play with a system some time ago that used a template note listing all the applicable waiting periods + check boxes so I could see what reminder periods had already been used. I haven't used the system in anger, but it does mean you don't have to keep on swapping out tags and running searches. Emails come directly to your inbox (or wherever normal traffic is directed) - you don't even need to have Evernote open.
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    Just tried it with Windows version. Regular Copy note link/Paste (keep source formatting) puts a link in the cell. Clicking on the link opens the note in a browser and then within EN. Ctrl Copy note link/Paste (keep source formatting) puts a link in the cell. Clicking on the link opens the note directly within EN. FWIW.
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    Yep! List View did the trick! Thank you both for your quick answers. Much appreciated Oded.
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    Years after years I somehow lose hope. Alright not hoping for a PC black theme anymore, but please please, at least turn the pure white background color into LIGHT GREY. That's a lot easier isn't it? The text color remain unchanged, just change the background color into light grey! Less eye-hurting!
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    I just downloaded Evernote 8.0.351713 for iPhone and discovered that I have lost the Atlas (or Map) feature. This was one of my favorite features of Evernote and now it's no longer available on any platform. It used to be available on both iOS and Windows and now neither.
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    No, I don't believe so, but what you could do is set up an Evernote import folder, and copy your attachments into that. They'll come in as separate notes.
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    You may share one notebook and organize all your shared notes using tags (which are much more flexible than nested notebooks anyway)
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    Create a local notebook and add your notes there. File - New Local Notebook
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    Jefito, The key problem with the tags "solution" is that tags are not well-implemented in iOS. There they simply cannot be used in the same way as nested notebooks. In iOS, there is no tag nesting, and the tags list is hidden away, several clicks deep, in the settings tab. As to "offense," I'm sure you didn't intend to offend, but there is a certain patronizing tone to all the posts that just tell notebook/folder fans to just get over their (implied) rigidity and get with the program (i.e. the way the commentator does things). That might be fine if it worked, but it simply doesn't for many of us. We aren't asking others to change their preferred method of organization; we're simply asking to be given tools that are quite customary in the computing world, and for good reason. For certain tasks, they work better. However, I fear we are whistling in the wind, since I don't think Evernote is willing to consider that point. jeffsf
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    I presume that you have the Evernote Android application installed on your Samsung phone. It sounds like Evernote was presenting you with an option to either create a new account, or login. Since you cannot see your pre-existing notes or notebooks it sounds to me like you created a new account by mistake, rather than logging into your existing account. Log out of Evernote, then click the "login" button or link. Enter the username/password for your older account. You will see your notes and notebooks.
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    Stating the obvious, but it seems to me unless you have disk space or performance issues there isn't much upside to on demand sync. If you have either problem then a good tool to have in the kit, other than the search lag.
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    If you support this request - please vote for it at the top left of this page. Current votes: zero. Entirely due to my own cupidity I happen to know that I created a situation where I currently have just over 2,000 duplicate notes in my database. It's a big database - though not the biggest around here by any means. The dupe notes are virtually all quite small ones. All those extras appear not to be a problem - I do my searches and have a side list view on a laptop and if I sort by title and look at the note size column, two notes with the same title and very similar sizes are good candidates for dups. A quick check and a delete or two will clean up my search. I'll usually check my list for old grocery orders and the like anyway, just to minimise future hits, so this is admin work (sorry; "curation") that I'd do anyway. On a whim I did get to the stage of doing a 'select all' on my list view of all notes (sorted by title) and pasted that into Excel, then went back to my selected-all list view and used Ctrl+Copy Note Link to get the direct links to all notes, and re-posted the names as links into the note-title column in my spreadsheet. Using Excel's features I could now isolate a list of all my (apparent 2,000-some) potential dups and jump straight to each candidate to sort out the problem. Which I might have a go at if my current addiction to Solitaire loosens its grip. But given the lack of hassle in just leaving the dups there until they annoy me, I see no great urgency in pursuing this clean-up. It would be nice to have a one-click solution to find duplicates rather than the 20 minutes or so I spent copying and pasting and (mainly) waiting for the system to catch up with "how many lines???" but IMHO it is strictly a 'nice to have'. I could spend however long it takes to look at 4,000 notes and delete half of them - a couple of hours I'd guess - or I could deal with that extra workload by spending an extra couple of minutes with search results several times a day. And get 2 hours' more work out of my day. If it's not time-efficient for me to do it with my 2,000 dups, a few extra notes in any database is unlikely to hurt anyone. But your choice - if you prefer to excise duplications and you have Windows, the above should help. I also have Clearly - and I'd forgotten that it does show a nifty little check mark when you've clipped a page - but only if you stay on that page. I just used it to clip a page, closed and re-opened the page and clipped again. Result - two notes. The difficulties of deciding when a duplicate clip really is a duplicate have been raised before. A lot of the above may not be applicable to other platforms and devices outside of a Windows laptop, but I'd imagine there are other ways around the issue if you want to find them.... And Context is also an option - it's not foolproof, but if you have your settings correct, you'll get a pop-up after each clip which will show 'similar' notes. If you see the exact same note title in that display, that would be an 'Ooops' moment. It's just occurred to me that if I attach that spreadsheet into a note, having deleted all the unique note names, that note is highly likely to come up in all search results (I normally use intitle: searches) which also include my duplicate suspects. So if I see the BEWAREDUPES note title anywhere in my list view... Hmmn...
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    Hi @wicker ! Evernote will auto renew by default. Since we need email confirmation to process any cancelations, I've created a ticket for you to follow up. Please keep an eye out for an email from me, thanks!
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    Like this example for Insurance Documents Tag: Insurance vs Folder: House/Insurance + Boat/insurance + Car/Insurance Or is that Insurance/House .... (complex syntaxes?)
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    Supported. As I need to work in theatre sometimes, it would be good if we can go in dark theme.
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    You can hide/show the editing toolbar in the current version by pressing F8.
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    I don’t know, Gaz... Evernote is the only notes program I have found that has such a problem. And I own 11 different note-taking programs, though only four are presently installed. Why don’t other note-takers encounter the issues you mention? Thanks! Jim
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    Our email system may continue to retry sending an email, even after you change your password and revoke any connected devices and sessions. The notifications are just delayed and not an indication that someone is still using your account to email notes. When we received reports about the bounced emails, I reviewed the activity patterns and saw similar behavior across most of our affected users. Not always though. In many cases, it wasn't clear whether the account login was suspicious until the account started sending emails. I agree that this type of activity is something that our users want to be notified about. We are working on adding a feature to our service that will notify you whenever someone logs into your account from a new device or network location. For the users that received bounce notification emails from our service, we haven't found any evidence that the person that accessed your account read any of your notes. They only seem to be using Evernote accounts to deliver spam by creating a new note, emailing that note, and then deleting that note.
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    The bug which was introduced a couple of betas ago which prevents the note window from scrolling when content goes beyond the bottom is still present. Much as I'm sure this new release is awesome, it would be great if there was at least one release in which EN just fixed a few bugs rather than introducing new features and the inevitable slew of new bugs to go with them.
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    Fundamentally, Evernote is a note-taking app. That is, it's for writing stuff down quickly and ensuring this tedious process is as enjoyable as possible. I feel the note taking experience is what set Evernote apart in the beginning, but over time, it has now been pushed to the back and forgotten. To be frank, the experience of writing notes in Evernote is generations behind other note-taking apps. Bear and Ulysses are two great examples of an experience of note taking that is enjoyable and intuitive. A big reason for this is that they allow for preset text styling using H1, H2, H3, etc. Having this alone will drastically make the experience better on Evernote. I'm sick of highlighting text, navigating to colours and font size, etc. to change headings. Then having to go through that all again for the next heading. Feature Request: I would seriously love font styling on the Evernote app.
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    I up-voted the request. Addirional editing features would be a benefit I did not intend to indicate "holding EN back" My comment on consistency was in the OP starting the request with "Fundamentally, Evernote is a note-taking app...writing stuff down quickly"
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    We need this back. It's not productive to have everything new labeled note.
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    This new version is very, very slow ! I'm using a iPad Pro with 250 G of memory. When I open Evernote it takes a few seconds before I can open a note, scroll down notes or search for a specific notes. Even if I try to open a new note for editing from inside Evernote or from the To Day widget, it takes a few seconds to respond. Really annoying! Please, tell us what is happening !!!! Thanks.
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    Demetri, I absolutely agree. This was a great feature that saved time and provided quicker access to old notes. I would like to see it's return.