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  1. Hello! Today we released Evernote for Windows 10.13 (v 10.13.4 build 2607). This release brings two top requested features back. Right click context menus have been added back to the left navigation menu, allowing for quick action to be taken on almost any object in the left menu. We’ve also expanded export functionality by adding meta data options and single and multiple page HTML formats within a new Export options menu. Past release notes are archived here. It is available now as a direct download version from our website and via the Windows Store. If you are already running
    7 points
  2. Hello! Today we released Evernote for Mac 10.13 (v 10.13.4 build 2607). This release brings two top requested features back. Right click context menus have been added back to the left navigation menu, allowing for quick action to be taken on almost any object in the left menu. We’ve also expanded export functionality by adding meta data options and single and multiple page HTML formats within a new Export options menu. Past release notes are archived here. It is available now via the Mac App Store and as a direct download version from our website. If you are already running one
    7 points
  3. Need to have the multi tab feature Please. like the last version
    5 points
  4. Evernote 10 works fine on Apple Silicon powered Macs. But "fine" is not enough for such an application as to me. We run Evernote all day long, we need fast access to our content, responsive UI, and, let's say, satisfaction from the application. Usually, it is part of our productivity flows, and right now, it does not feel productive. I use a few other applications built on top of Electron (like Visual Studio Code, GitHub Desktop), and they work/perform much better (and already provide native Apple Silicon support). I want to believe that Evernote is working on it. Count me in for any
    4 points
  5. I think they should have maintained the old features before thinking of adding new ones. My workflow which requires editing of pdf docs in an external app is now completely broken. A workflow I spent countless hours mastering and perfecting. It is all well and good adding new features, that may or may not attract new users but I still believe they should have, at the very least maintained the old features when v10 was released.
    4 points
  6. Hi All, Thank you for sharing all of your thoughts and feedback regarding the new client. Our teams have closely watched this thread, and have used your feedback to help us shape our product decisions. Even if you do not like the new client, getting insight into why you do/don't like something has been very helpful for our development teams. That being said, this thread has become too much of a catch-all for different requests/issues that should be posted/shared individually, in more applicable locations. This thread is also over six months old, and a lot of the content is no longer
    4 points
  7. Yes...you're so right. That's exactly what's happening! That's the other reason I'm hating this feature...thank you for pointing it out @Mike P. It makes NO sense. If I go through the thought process/choice to actually shortcut a note (presumably it has some contextual importance to me at the time I shortcut it), why would I not want to be navigated directly to that note when I go to the note list? You work shortcuts the same way I do – the notes around it in the notebook matter – A LOT. And, this feature has stripped that context away and made it unintuitive, multi-step, and a thinking exerci
    3 points
  8. You go to the notebook but loose the note ie the focus goes to the top of the notebook. I had hoped to see the notes before and after the note I had selected.
    3 points
  9. Syncing takes more than desired sometimes in the EN Windows client. It interferes with your activity slowing down or even blocking the client, severely interrupting your workflow and playing havoc while you're at a critical meeting taking notes or looking for important info. To top it all of, when you must dash out by just closing the lid of your laptop or even orderly shutting down your desktop PC, there's no way you can ensure the latest changes have synced. EN does not always synces the latest changes before closing the client on Windows. So please bring back the precious traditional s
    3 points
  10. Here's an idea for note-linking which would be very, very fast and would save a measurable amount of time and clicks. What do you ENers think of it? What if you could use some very specific characters (like Markdown or something like that) in a first note, place it around some text and that would tell EN to automagically create a new, second note with that marked text as the new note's title? Use case example: Let's say I would be writing a note with some tasks in it. It would be kind of high-level for the day's todo's: [ ] Get XYZ task done [ ] Create ABC Project a
    3 points
  11. I totally agree with the previous post : I have been using the Evernote Mac version for the past 4 years, and tabs are an essential part of my workflow, tabs and the possibility to open multiple, fully fledged, Evernote windows. Having them disappear will have a negative impact on how I use Evernote on a daily, if not hourly, basis.
    3 points
  12. You can create it - sort of. Just write several smaller notes instead of one big one, select them all, create the note links and place them into a TOC note. Not the same, but serves as a workaround. Personally I hope that EN will use the header feature to take structuring text a little further, like TOC, collapsing and expanding text etc. +1
    2 points
  13. I'm using Evernote Desktop for Windows 10.13.4. I'm editing a note and I want to link another note which is in the sidebar. I drag and drop the note from the sidebar to the current note. This creates a link. I would expect to get an app internal link (evernote:///) but I get an internal web link (https://www.evernote.com/shard/...), as a result, the links open on the browser, not within the app, which should not be the expected behavior. In general, I think that this difference between web and app links is a mess. My point of view is that all links should be web links ant the a
    2 points
  14. I do not have any use for this new Evernote home screen that came with the recent upgrade. I just want it to open in the Notes view, both in Windows and on my Android phone. Is there anyway to do that? I can't find a setting for it.
    2 points
  15. Feature Request: Add Outlining Capabilities to Evernote Evernote is great, but it's dying for the ability to create Notes that contain Outlines which are easily collapsed and expanded during creation and in use. One way to implement it would be a switchable editing mode, between standard formatting or outline mode. In outline mode, pressing the Enter key creates a new outline item, and pressing the Tab key changes the current item into a sub-item. Clicking on an item's action icon causes its sub-items to collapse out of, or expand into view. That's the way the Ecco Pro PIM did it, and somethi
    2 points
  16. This was the location prior to Version 10, and is a better design functionally
    2 points
  17. @buckethead @PinkElephant support confirmed that this is a bug & no eta when they will fix it. suggested work around: “use the advanced search syntax: on search bar (magnifying glass) paste tag:[tagname]. Similarly, using the tag filter and selecting the additional filter for Updated > last 90 days should also work” so that’s the answer! In other words search is broken when unless it’s great than 90 days!
    2 points
  18. The issue is with your text size. The app isn't smart enough to resize. There is a get started button down below. Temporarily reduce your text size and hit the button. It looks like the rest of the app also doesn't handle increased text size.
    2 points
  19. Because I'm a Linux user I've only ever used the web app and the Android app. They work for me.
    2 points
  20. Does this Forum even mean anythign to you guys at Evernote? This thread has 188 Upvotes. and 50+ likes./ Doi you even care to reply. Atleast tell us if it is coming or not. And if yes, when? Why not sooner? Do you not know about "listening to consumer feedback"?
    2 points
  21. As an Evernote Legacy user, imho I can not survive without the desktop platform (Mac) I use the desktop daily; iPad is a supplemental tool I also can not survive with the Evernote 10 product in it's current form However we're seeing improvements and feature enhancements to the non-desktop platforms
    2 points
  22. There are lots of reasons why Evernote hasn't been making me super-happy lately: The new Mac app doesn't have AppleScript, which nerfs the 20 or 30 scripts and Keyboard Maestro macros I'd built for EN The Mac App is also just kind of goofy with the new interface, although it's getting better quickly, it still feels like a half-step backwards Home is absurd and pointless useless you truly use Evernote as your daily dashboard (and even then, it's nothing compared to what people are doing with Notion) EN has lost that magic cachet which caused it to be integrated with ever
    2 points
  23. Thanks, @Alecazam. I just tried Evernote v10.13.4 for Mac with my previous test notes. The problem detailed in this comment thread is fixed for my test notes. There is still a very slight typing lag on the 5,000 line test note, but it is definitely usable. No noticeable lag on the 3,000 line test note. I hope others who are following this thread will test the new version v10.13.4 for Mac. Please check for slow typing in your own notes and report back here. Thanks in Advance.
    2 points
  24. To work jointly on the same document, you probably need to use a service like Google docs, Microsoft Office 365 or Apples iCloud-based iWork suite. All these do it by putting the original of the document onto a cloud service, and let users work on this document. Clearly you need to agree among your team which of these services to use. EN has the best integration with Google Docs, I think. You can nest a link to a Google Docs file into the EN note, share it, and then access the file from there. There are claims from independent cloud companies like Dropbox that they can provide a similar
    2 points
  25. @PinkElephant - that was really helpful. Thank you so much. Now I get it. @gazumped - thank you. Your response also was extremely helpful. We have had numerous issues with the syncing and has been a real frustration for us. We were trying to use a document with all three of us on a zoom call and making notes together. That does not work. It creates all kinds of sync issues. I've been thinking that even Google docs might be a better solution in terms of all of us being able to write at the same time. Do you have any additional thoughts on this?
    2 points
  26. Next time someone asks you when are going to do something. Tell them, soon. Thirteen times. For seven months. Let us know how that works out for you.
    2 points
  27. I think given the frustration of users from the preview, beta and now the general release about the removal of functions and sparse information about which may still be under development, I think it would be a good idea for Evernote to publish a full roadmap to show which features are coming and a list of those that have been removed for good. I don't think this would even need dates, just a list of features with a guide as to In Development | Coming Later | Removed Permanently and to show where the new client is going. I think this would give users a clear indication of what to expect
    2 points
  28. If there are only three of you I'd suggest avoiding a Business account. If you did go that route, you would effectively be four; the business account exists independently of any individual. Someone would have to administer their own account, plus the business account to manage everyone's access to the separate notebooks and 'stacks' (spaces). It adds a significant overhead to the admin side without (IMHO) enough new features - apart from massive upload capacities that you probably won't need. Beware too that syncing information happens between individuals and Evernote's server - so
    2 points
  29. Stacks are a personal issue, to organize your personal view (!) of notebooks by putting them in one group. In fact stacks are not important, there are little actions that are stack-related. The organizing elements of EN are the notebook, the tag and the note. Stacks are not copying to another persons account, even if the notebook is shared. For example I share a stack with recipes with my wife, and she shares one with recipes with me. My notebook is about cooking, hers is about baking. We put new recipes in the respective notebooks by subject, not by owner. Once a new note is created
    2 points
  30. I was unable to get right-clicking to work, but as PinkElephant pointed out, its under the View menu
    2 points
  31. Nice idea, worth of following up. Personally I think a backlinking feature build into such a tool would be a real leap forward. Often it is not set from which side of a note one will access an information, and then drill down. Backlinks would enable this sort of networked information. The current TOC is nice, but unidirectional. This means there are 2 links needed, one in the parent note leading to the child, one in the child leading to the parent.
    2 points
  32. Good workaround for the occasional pdf export case. Who needs it with some frequency should better install legacy, and use the export / print features it offers.
    2 points
  33. The arrival of v10.13 has provided a workaround for the PDF creation issue. It is now possible to export a note as an HTML document. Open that in your favourite web browser and print to PDF. Long winded and definitely not a good user experience but is is a way around.
    2 points
  34. Have you checked whether the changes from Windows have yet been synced to the server ? You can do this by opening the web client in any browser. If yes, I would contact support. If no, the issue might be the up-sync from Windows, which means support as well, but would be another case.
    2 points
  35. A solution that works, and might even be simpler anyways, is to create a shortcut in Windows explorer, and copy and paste it into your Evernote. That still works. Still, the ol´file:///.... option, is something that would indeed be handy to have implemented (again ;-), if only so we have more control over how we enter our information. Cheers, Grant
    2 points
  36. Why oh why did anyone think it would be a good idea to release 10.x before it was ready? The previous version (8.1.3) was working fine. It is astonishing that the Evernote developers don't seem to be able to fix 10.x. I don't want to sound overly negative, but check the Play Store reviews. Evernote is "game over" unless the problems (speed) get fixed asap. 😛
    2 points
  37. In the legacy version of Evernote, when I try to filter notes within a certain notebook, or based on a search query, the "filter by tag" feature only shows tags which have been used within that notebook or search query. Brilliant. That way I don't have to scroll through dozens of tags, wondering whether any of the notes I'm looking at has a certain tag. It only shows the relevant tags. And when I filter once by a certain tag, it once again only shows the tags which are relevant besides that said tag. My request: Bring this back to the new Evernote please. Right now I always have to scroll
    2 points
  38. Home is nothing but irritating. You need to give us the option to disable it. It’s impeding my workflow, and I’ll need to look for another solution if you don’t address this.
    2 points
  39. In the Evernote iOS app, please provide the option to disable or skip the Home screen and go directly to Notes view. None of the current options on the Home screen are useful for me.
    2 points
  40. Right now it's a multistep-process to manually link two notes with each other. Coping the note link, inserting it in the other on and if necessary copy the link of the other note to link back at the initial note. With nearly 5,000 notes in Evernote it get's more and more important to build networks, otherwise a huge amount of notes never gets looked at. Maybe at the bottom of each note (where the 'context' section is) you could place a little search bar to enter other note (titles) to connect them with each other. This way it would be more easier to jump between related notes and m
    2 points
  41. For over 10 years that I have been using Evernote I have loved that you could come back fast to the notebook and note you were previously working on when opening the app. SInce the last update to v.10.8.2 you have decided that we want to start in Home when we open the app without asking us and even worst, without letting use choose if we wanted this change. Please give us the option to start the app in the latest notebook used as it has been since the start. Many of us do not use or want to use your new Home page. If you have decided to invest resources in things like Home that
    2 points
  42. I don't have an opinion on the aesthetics. Maybe it is beautiful. Maybe it is not. But, the home screen definitely does nothing for my workflow. Se the default to "home screen" for everyone if you want, but please let us turn it off if we don't want to use the app that way. And, while you are at it, let us turn off any other popup tutorial. I just want to use the app. How does this look in the real world? This is my anecdote from today. Cue the world's tiniest violin to provide background music for it. I open my phone (Android / Premium subscription), press the icon, and wait severa
    2 points
  43. Suggest: 1. Allow skip the pretty home screen and set the main view as default start screen. Allow to skip the home screen the way it was in previous version of EN on iOS and go right away to the notebooks. Most of time I need to go right to the notebooks list. When iOS reboots or the app restarts, it would start with the home screen again. 2. Give us option to have the ugly old recent menu... I don't mind the home screen, it's ok, it shows well and sells well to new users. I'm not into dashboards, like how often I need that.. but ok, it looks nice, I agree. When we t
    2 points
  44. The typing slowness is absolutely untenable. After 10+ years of using this product, it might be time to find something else. There's no point if it can't keep up with my typing. If I'm on a video call? Forget it, I had to pop open text edit and put all my notes there because Evernote could hardly respond at all. Interested to hear if your support ticket gets us anywhere. For now, I'm researching new products :(.
    2 points
  45. I've invested years in Evernote and intend to keep it so long as it is working and it allows me to use the legacy version that I currently enjoy. In the meanwhile, I am doing frequent downloads of the enex files and have even verified that these work well in the Joplin app. This gives me a Plan B if everything goes south. Overall, I have faith in Evernote even though I'm still a little perplexed at how they could have thought that their new version would replace the legacy one. I've read all of their statements and I understand their thinking and the logic behind it. I also understand tha
    2 points
  46. Please, please restore the manual sync button. I have had enough sad experiences of changes not syncing properly across my laptop, desktop and mobile phone. Like many users, I switch between devices frequently. Having a sync button that gives users confidence that everything is synced upon starting up or closing down an instance of Evernote is a no-brainer. I'm sure your rationale for removing the button is "our new version is so stable and smart now, we don't need it, just trust us, it'll always work." If so, there's no cost to showing users a *confirmation* that it has worked. Please.
    2 points
  47. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE bring back tabs! I use the Mac version, and tabs are essential (as mentioned by another poster). I always have several tabs open. I have a Daily Work List that is my main tab and I click on other tabs for doing other work. As a Premium subscriber, I believe that EN should have taken a user survey before making the incredible decision to jerk tabs out.
    2 points
  48. Watched the recent YouTube video interview. The CEO says "we are not implementing tabs at this point... it was not a heavily utilized feature." Which is a crime, on two aspects. First, Tabs are integral and critical to my usage, because I will have open archival documents simultaneously with my notes and research outlines. But more importantly, second, I didn't know Evernote did tabs until maybe 1-2 years ago. And my brother (finishing a joint MBA/MHA and a big Evernote user) and I were chatting, I complained about the removal of tabs, and he said, "Evernote has tabs?!" Clearly, th
    2 points
  49. +1 --- equally, if not more, important would be the ability to open multiple Evernote windows. This was a feature in Mac well before the "tabs" feature was implemented years ago, and it is definitely frustrating to not be able to open two instances of the window on Mac, especially with multiple monitors and MacOS "spaces". Really hoping this comes back together with tabs
    2 points
  50. Can’t test it at the moment in legacy, my Mac is down. From what I remember the trash could be searched as well, it just needed to be selected first. This places the search on the trash, it got searchable, and all other notebooks were excluded from searching. In the trash notes can’t be edited. Notes need to be restored before they can be manipulated.
    1 point
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