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    Accepted ... I would not upgrade just for this either. But for the other cool stuff in Catalina, upgrading is well worth it. Did it from Saturday to Sunday (yesterday), worked fine, just had to readjust a few apps manually, Glad I did it. I am now scouting for all the new features in there - sorry, but up to now non of it is related to EN. But EN was among the apps that were taken along without any problem, so well done on this one.
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    I use both backup methods (export, TM), and also rely on Evernote backup to the server with Note History. Using the export feature, I have daily incremental and weekly full backups Restoring a full database gives an exact copy of your data (but the master stored on the Evernote server is not affected) This may get overwritten when the sync process is run The export feature stores all note data except for notebook and note-id Using export/import to restore data results in the creation of new notes, instead of restoring actual notes This will show up with a default notebook and failed note links For backup using export, I prefer html format. The backup data is readable by any browser app
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    Here is a refreshing video on the benefits of Evernote. He points out the strengths of Evernote. I miss the vitality from some of the former managers of Evernote, but I do agree with Steve Dotto's comments. https://dottotech.com/evernote-vs-world/
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    Hello EN team, We (most of the EN users) are really suffering from Evernote in the last 2 macOS upgraded. Even this Safari upgraded. Actually, Apple announced stopping 32 bit apps support years ago. But YOU did nothings. And how about this Catalina upgrade? Will it missing some functions, or missing pdf attachments again? What is the beta release from Apple for? Please noticed that Evernote no more the unicorn of note taking apps anymore. STOP disappointing those users still standing with you. Steven
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    Alt+Right, Alt+Left. If you modify the toolbar and add the back/forward button, hovering over that will show the shortcut.
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    This may also be coming into play:
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    Try it here: http://scansnap.fujitsu.com/global/dl/mac-1014-ix500.html They say it was tested with Catalina beta, the last confirmation is pending. On my MacBookPro that runs Catalina since yesterday it worked as before, after I gave it the necessary permissions: https://www.fujitsu.com/global/support/products/computing/peripheral/scanners/scansnap/faq/ssh-once09.html I have not tested every aspect, but initial scans went as before under Mojave. Home does not have all the features as before, but it serves my needs, and through changing or adding profiles you can tailor it to your use cases. In general, the Catalina upgrade worked just fine for me, not problems at all. After upgrading you will be flooded with permission requests. This is just once per app, after granting permission (or not, I have cut back a lot on camera and microphone permissions) you will not be asked again. And I am completely happy that I could download the first iPad app to my Mac under the new Catalyst feature.
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    Menu de 3 pontos, Windows
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    The ability to use markdown native in the App.
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    I can now confirm this; web archive format is supported in iPadOS.
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    Do you need assistance? As per the above notes, the sidebar can be expanded to show more detail. Use View > Sidebar Options to indicate what details are displayed
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    Hi All, Starting with Apple’s upcoming release of Safari 13, many extensions will no longer be supported in their current form. Due to the nature of these changes, if you choose to update to Safari 13 it will affect your ability to use the Evernote Web Clipper extension until we are able to implement an update and publish it to the Mac App Store. Please note: 1. We are diligently working to update the Evernote Web Clipper to meet the new extension requirements for Safari 13. Until that time, users who upgrade their browser to Safari 13 will not be able to use the Evernote Web Clipper. 2. If you are not updating to macOS Catalina/Safari 13, you can continue to use the Evernote Web Clipper extension. 3. For a small number of Evernote Business users, it may be a few months before they are able to use Evernote Web Clipper in macOS Catalina/Safari 13. If you are one of the affected users, we will send you a separate email with more information. If you are affected by these changes, you can still clip/send content to Evernote by doing the following: Keep using your current version of Safari Use the Evernote Web Clipper on a different web browser Use our Gmail and Outlook email integrations Forward messages to your Evernote email address (Premium & Business only)
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