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  1. There are things that OneNote can do that EN can't and vice versa. I have Office 365 and seriously hate OneNote. I use all the other features of the plan and I have the family subscription so my 10 bucks a month can be shared with five people. Some of whom use OneNote and some don't. Each of us get all the features that you do so I understand why you like it. I however will be staying for EN and staying Premium. The pricing structure change has people angry and I can see where they coming from as I was too when I first saw it. But I looked into what other software I use and OneNote doesn't play nice with it. I use some "commercial" apps as you put it and I'm a stay at home mom, author and not "commercial" in anyway. That was kind of a silly statement TBH. The way I see it EN works better for the way I think. I am an Aspie and I have to have clean and simple yet powerful so I stay with EN. OneNote gave me an anxiety attack because it wasn't intuitive. (I used OneNote for years before discovering EN). I don't like that there's no tagging system in OneNote. EN has learned my tags over the years. I scanned some stuff in the other day and went to tag it and it was already done and where it needed to be. At the end of the day people can vent, rant, try to influence others but it's an individual choice. If it's not something that you are willing to pay for then don't. If you want to stay then awesome. If not you can move on without being rude about it.
    3 points
  2. Can you please support the Adonit Pixel stylus
    1 point
  3. You are welcome. If you want to add a little speed to the phone call process, drag a copy of the template to the desktop and then you can double click that ENEX file to have a copy of the template note appear in your default notebook. My method, FWIW. Full disclosure, double monitors make it easier to get to the ENEX file on the desktop.
    1 point
  4. Get out of town! I never saw that. I've got hundreds of filled-in phone call templates over the past few years, and I never noticed that. The phone rings I copy the blank template while making some pleasant repartee, then start filling in the copied template. Many thanks for pointing that out.
    1 point
  5. There's always the preserve tags option when copying a note.
    1 point
  6. If that is correct, it is incredible! I can't imagine it taking 3 years for a dedicated team to write a good rich text editor. It's not like this is some new technology -- it's been around for decades, and there are a multitude of good examples.
    1 point
  7. Hi Luke! Thanks for this. We'll work on a solution. In the meantime, one thing you *can* do is bookmark the following URL: https://www.evernote.com/Login.action?targetUrl=%2FHome.actio This will let you jump straight to the sign in page. You can also check the "Remember me for 30 days" button to skip the login step.
    1 point
  8. I agree and would like to understand this request better too. When the OS provides a way to lock (I'm thinking iOS, don't know about Android), why is it needed at the app level? I've seen this request in the Windows desktop forum and am just wondering what I'm missing. I was puzzled when it was introduced for iOS.
    1 point
  9. Well, it was "your" response to @David Reed that started the tangent. The other posts were just comments and clarifications based on that. If you want to police the forums and keep them on topic I would suggest that you first look internally.
    1 point
  10. A work around like the one gazumped suggest is fine for short term or one off search needs, however accurate and consistent tagging is quickly becoming paramount to creating a searchable business data repository in the Evernote environment. Software exists (Hazel) in the MAC world that can tag files based on content rules as described above. Very useful in the MAC world. However IF Evernote was capable of inheriting OS assigned tags coupled with Evernotes Import Folders, this could and would be an incredibly powerful organizational and productivity tool!
    1 point
  11. Hello all, Just wanted to give you all an update on this to let you know the team is looking into this. I will keep you updated once I know more.
    1 point
  12. Or, stay and use the free service that still exists. Or, pay $30 a year for a product that you want to keep around in the future. Or, use other apps in conjunction with Evernote (that's what I do) if the free tier doesn't provide the functionality you need. I think it is fair for Evernote to ask its users to pay for the service if they get some benefit out of it. They are people just like us with lives, careers, and families to support. Facebook likes and free users won't pay the rent. And, it seems like a mean-spirited thing to do, going onto a company's forum and starting a thread telling everyone to leave and go to a competitor.
    1 point
  13. Hi! With our beta editor update, we've made some progress on this. Now, as in the mac client, the user to scroll about one line past the end. Can you try it out and let me know what you think? It's not as dramatic as the atom editor.
    1 point
  14. You need to hit "Cmd. + K" to create the link, NOT just paste the link. FYI: I'm on a Mac, and the shortcut ("alias") did not work for me, either. I also found another way to find the file location (on a Mac): 1) Type Cmd. + i (i as in "iceberg"), to reach the "Get Info" window. 2) About 4 lines down in the window, copy the file location from the "Where" row. A sample file location looks like: "/Users/sampleusername/Documents/2014/work_mileage_2014" 3)Paste that file location after "file://" to create something that looks like "file:///Users/sampleusername/Documents/2014/work_mileage_2014". It doesn't appear to need the file type (in my case, an Excel file). FYI: you end up with three forward-slashes after "file:". 4) Open Evernote and click "Cmd. + K" to create a link. Pasting the link (Cmd. + V) will not work. 5) FYI #2: this method doesn't show the full location if your file is on your desktop. In that case, enter the file name after "/Users/sampleusername/Desktop". Though I don't recommend having files permanently live on your desktop (they clutter your desktop and use up processing power), so I'd put them in a folder first, for better file management. -end
    1 point
  15. For Mac OS X I would prefer if I could Option-Cmd drag my file into Evernote so it can create the shortcut to the file. This is consistent with Finder when creating a shortcut to a file.
    1 point
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