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  1. Evernote note won't save edited note sometimes. This happens on an android smartphone. I edit a note. I add text. Then exit from the note. The new text that I just entered is not there. Is there something I should be doing to assure that the new text is entered and that the updated note is saved?
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  2. I downloaded today's update and lost ALL of my previous notes. Is there anyway that I can get them back? Please help!
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  3. I DID IT! I IMPORTED A SPREADSHEET INTO A TABLE IN EVERNOTE! IT CAN BE DONE! I experimented and experimented and stumbled on something that worked. I had my data in a Mac Numbers spreadsheet. I copied and pasted it in a note but there was no table. So I tried exporting the data to a HTML page. I opened the HTML page in Firefox but copying and pasting a HTML page into a note also didn’t work. Then, quite accidentally, I copied the HTML data into a new spreadsheet in Numbers. Most of the formatting also copied in including justification and background colors. I copied the sprea
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  4. Please, share them with us. I could use some levity. Typical example. http://www.jokes.net/heavenandhell.htm
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  5. You're welcome. You know how I am about security, so the first thing I look at with a company is its privacy policy. If that checks out, I move onto the terms of service. To be honest, there are only a handful of information management / notetaking solutions out there that I'd even consider putting information into, because it is such a rare company that will come out and say that protecting the privacy / security of its customers is a priority. Evernote could be better (I've posted my thoughts before, so I won't rehash them here), but I do think they make a good faith effort to protect our p
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  6. Wow! Thanks GM for bringing the privacy issues of IntelliNote to our attention. I had no idea... It seems incredibly hard today for normal users to find an online source that is trustworthy. It is truly a buyer's beware environment.
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  7. I would recommend caution. Besides the various issues I see with the service itself, which doesn't appeal to me for my use case, their policies concerning your data should raise some eyebrows. Be careful out there. https://www.intellinote.net/privacy/ "Intellinote may also employ other technologies including (i) web beacons, which allow us to know if a certain page was visited or whether an e-mail was opened; (ii) tracking pixels, which allow us to advertise more efficiently by excluding our current users from certain promotional messages or identifying the source of a new installation; (iii
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  8. Frank, no problem. I'd love to see your more detailed review of Intellinote. I think IntelliNote's point is they do Notes just like Evernote. But they add to that tasks, discussions, and projects. Of great interest to many, Intellinote Tasks have a real DUE DATE, which has been long requested in Evernote.
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  9. You're right... there is an exaggerated focus on a couple of statements. I know the way they flesh out tasks, projects and collaboration sets them apart sufficiently (from what I see in a brief video). I'm not really trying to come to any conclusion or slate them. It seems at the very least, in a weird sort of reciprocity (half joking here), that Evernote wants to be a little like Intellinote... and Intellinote saw is necessary to be at least a little like Evernote. Whether coincidence or not, I simply find it interesting that there are some core focuses (in vision at least, if not in layout)
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  10. I think you are assigning too much importance to that one statement. It's clearly using workspace in a different manner. I've reviewed much of their web site, and I don't see anything that is similar to Evernote's new vision. They have nothing like EN Context, which is Evernote's centerpiece. Evernote seems to want you to do ALL your work in Evernote. That's why CEO Phil Libin is attacking Microsoft and the traditional use of documents. I don't see anything like that in Evernote Intellinote. They have tight integration with Google Docs, and support attaching files of all types. I've n
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  11. The big difference is: Evernote has ONLY Notes. In addition to Notes, IntelliNote has real tasks, discussions, and projects. You can use this as an individual, or with teams. IMO, the collaboration and team support is far superior to Evernote. Since this thread is about Task management, that seems very important to me.
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  12. Frank, I don't think that is a fair review of Intellinote. I don't know where you got the tag line from -- I don't see it anywhere. In fact, IntelliNote has multiple workspaces, so it doesn't make sense. Evernote claims it offers collaboration, but it's not the collaboration that I, and I think many others, expect and are used to in other apps. IntelliNote has the notion of "draft" vs "published" notes and tasks. Draft items are private to you. Published makes the item visible to your team. I think this is huge. One of the big issues I have with Evernote Context is that it can pull fr
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  13. I couldn't quite tell but it looks like web and IOS/Android platforms only. Don't think it is designed for a personal user, team focused for sure. Not for my use case. In my 10 minutes on their site I found the below. An interesting snippet from their questions asked section. Marketing in 100% full swing, not exactly an indirect reference, could even be viewed as a shot across the bow! Ok...So You're Just Like Evernote No. Evernote does one thing well. We know. We ourselves have used it in the past. But we don’t think a note taking app is how professionals and teams can get work
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  14. Has anyone looked at Intellinote? Looks like it has all the note-taking features of Evernote, combined with strong Project/Task management, and real collaboration. It appears Intellinote is much more team oriented than Evernote. It's free for up to 5 users.
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  15. In case you have Notes from multiple accounts, like I do (some in iCloud, some on Exchange, etc.) you can add this line to pull the account name of the note: set myAccount to the name of the container of the container of thisMessageand then add this line in there to put it into a corresponding Evernote notebook: ​set myNote to create note with text myTitle title myTitle notebook myAccount tags ["Whatever", "Tags", "you", "want"]
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  16. Hi, Sorry to butt in on this, but it sounds like I'm having the same problem. In my case, I edit my note, hit "Done", the app says it's saving but then the note reverts to the pre-edit version, losing my changes. I have to go to one of my desktops and edit it there. Happens on both my Android devices 4.4 on one, 4.2 on the other. Evernote is 6.0.1.1 on both. TIA, eric
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  17. Hey Lucy, thanks for your comments. However, I'm not sure what Google has to do with Evernote Tags, since Google is not involved in searching in my Evernote account. In fact, Google can't even see my Evernote account.
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