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  1. 2 points
    When I'm pasting code into code blocks I'm losing my indentation. See attachments. I previously used Markdown Here for creating tables, headers, and code blocks. My frustration is that when Evernote added code blocks (` and ```) Markdown Here no loger worked properly with Evernote Web, but Evernote's implementation is far from a suitable replacement. Either do it right, or allows us to use plug-ins that will.
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    @Velgor; Please be respectful when posting in this forum. This is a community where our users come together to help each other and express opinions, however we will not tolerate abuse or degradation of our users or employees in this forum. Thank you. Our development team is aware of this issue and is working on a fix. Please see the thread in the Mac Help section below:
  3. 1 point
    Please support selectively sync notebooks! Our notebook becomes bigger and bigger especial if you are a premium user. However, our Mac hard drive is usually just 256GB or 512GB. iOS, Android version Evernote all supports. Alternote also supports this feature. This feature was asked over THREE years ago by other people. And then again and again. https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/21933-archived-howto-how-do-i-not-sync-certain-notebooks-apart-from-cancel-premium/https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/39658-selective-notebook-syncing/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/61920-synchronize-selected-notebook-on-different-pc/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/60643-stop-sync-of-folder/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/60479-selective-sync-on-computer-roadmap/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/67191-syncing-only-a-few-notebooks-to-from-my-home-account-to-my-work-computer/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/65599-request-sync-only-select-notebooks/ I was a premium user. I like Evernote so much. But my hard drive has limited storage, so I canceled my premium account. And my friends canceled their premium accounts because of the same reason. Please support selectively sync notebooks! Thanks!
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    In some apps on my Android phone, the clipboard menu that comes up by long-pressing is a toolbar with not only the Select all, Cut, Copy, and Paste options, but a Clipboard option that gives access to the system clipboard with the 20 most recent items. That is enormously useful when doing research: I can select and copy multiple text items, even in multiple apps, and then go to my main writing/editing app and paste them in in whatever order I need. The Evernote app does not have this capability, and I'd like to make a strong request that it be included in future versions. Thanks for listening! And fellow users, if this sounds helpful to you too, please up-vote the request! (Or if you've already got it, please let me know your Android and app versions.)
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    Hi, I think it would be helpful if Evernote had an email 'system' built in as well. What I mean is, when I send an email, the only record I have of it being sent is that I 'CC' myself in. But it'd be great to have a 'proper' 'Sent' email box. Secondly, why do my shared notes (by email) have the email address 'no-reply....'? Could it be possible for the emails to be sent with either my Evernote email address or one that I set it to? I find that some companies send all email with that type of address right to their spam file. All in all EVERNOTE is my second favourite 'App' (to invoice2go which gets me paid!)! Keep up the GREAT work! Thanks, Howard
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    Hi, I'm using the latest beta version 6.2.2 but I can confirm this is still the case. Worse, if you set up a test note, open it in its own window and then delete the note in the list window, it's possible to go on typing in that note window and close it without any warning that the new work won't be saved anywhere. The note in the trash only contains the text typed before the point at which it was deleted.
  7. 1 point
    Don't forget to vote for this feature here. It's been two years since the original request now...
  8. 1 point
    I fixed mine by going back to the old version. It seems to be a beta version problem
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    Hello @PastorHSS, Thank you for posting and welcome to the forums. In order to better assist you with this, please provide a link to some of the URL's that you have clipped. From there I will do some testing on my end and we can see what could be throwing the formatting off. Thanks!
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    I understand that. I just thought if you moved the single large database file instead of copying/deleting, you mitigate any out of space errors.
  11. 1 point
    Had this problem for a long time too.. Will be good if this bug could be fixed.
  12. 1 point
    According to the reports above, no move will be made unless the current database location is the default database location and not a user specified one.
  13. 1 point
    I'm a new Evernote user, and can confirm that this issue still exists. I had a lengthy support request, and the final (and very unsatisfying) conclusion was that there is nothing I can do other than accept this is an ongoing issue. The support stafff just said that the engineering team is working on it, but that there is no ETA for a fix. Given that this issue goes back to 2013, I won't be holding my breath. However while I was doing a manual check between Evernote Windows and Evernote web, I found a nifty solution to force a tag sync. I estimate that about 20% of tags on my Windows Evernote had tags that either didn't exist on the web, or were not fully tagged on the web. By that I mean tag1 might show 20 notes on the Windows client, but only 3 notes on the web one. To fix this I was manually editing each note (entering a space, for example), and this generally forced the tag to sync. But it was slow going. So I worked this out instead: Log-in to Evernote web. Create a new tag (e.g. temp1) on Evernote web. On Windows Evernote, select a bunch of notes that have some issue with tags. Alternatively, just select all your notes. Add the temporary tag to those notes. Press sync. Refresh Evernote web and see if it has fixed the issue. If not, create a new tag (temp2) and apply it again. Repeat the sync and refresh. I had some good success with this. It didn't robustly fix all issues first time, but I was able to mass update 100 notes or more at a time using this method. In future when I want to force a tag sync I will just apply temp1 to all of my notes, and then go through my hierarchy of tags, comparing between Windows Evernote and the web one, and check how successful it was. ::rant:: By the way, this really sucks. It also sucks how printing still doesn't work nicely in Windows, again years after the original issues have been reported. ::/rant::
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    I have found a way to make notes read-only. It appears contentClass attribute in evernote api is capable of this. https://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/read_only_notes.php#Examples In short, I can implement a simple gui application that authenticates with evernote and simply lists you your notes and you can mark some of them read-only from there and leave it there, if people are interested?. The only catch is, you need to open-up this external tool that I'll have written to switch a note back to read-write, as evernote doesn't let you set content class from official clients.
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    Well, my private nightmare seems to be over, but just to summarise: Me. Long-time Evernote user and all-round reasonably techie person. Device. Dell Inspiron i7 / 8GB / 1TB hard drive - pretty quick most days, I downloaded the update file and clicked to proceed - didn't see any specific notice or warning (that I know of) at this stage about moving the database. I had a 'finishing in 2 seconds' pop-up stuck on the desktop for some hours After I left it for a while the Evernote window showed the correct notes totals, but it was completely locked up - the only thing moving were the sync arrows I left it for the evening, and came back to it late; at this stage I still had the sync arrows, the '2 seconds' window and no access to anything on the laptop. After several hours I powered the laptop off and rebooted. It does appear that I got all my databases moved (there are three accounts on the system) The Evernote/ evernote folder still exists because I had some database backup files in there. I'll move them and tidy up the folders. No clue why I had such a hard time this time around - a disk check says the HD is in fine shape. I really think when this rolls out that you should include the database move details in the changes summary, and add some variation on "This may take a little while..." Going to bed now.
  16. 1 point
    When moving database, Evernote will clean the old default location only after it successfully copied all its contents to the new default location in \Users\<user>\Evernote.
  17. 1 point
    I found both the responses helpful. I think the issue was that the note was too long. When I started having the issue, it was because I was in a low connectivity setting, but when I returned back to a better connection, it still didn't show up. Now that I tried changing the note on my computer and synced, it has shown up again. The Table of Contents idea is a good one also. Thank you both.
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    Moving the database has been supported for a long time. The new beta is simply changing the current default location (and automatically moving the database if it lives in the old default location). When you specify a new location in the options, that is where it will put all the stuff that currently lives in the Evernote folder. If you specify "G:\Evernote", then your actual database folder will be "G:\Evernote\Databases". No extra Evernote directory!
  20. 1 point
    Also, selecting multiple notes should open up the multi-selection panel, which also allows you to move them all to a specific notebook, merge them, tag them all, etc.
  21. 1 point
    Highlight all the notes (Ctrl-A) and right click and then select Move to notebook.
  22. 1 point
    Hi. Well, I don't think there's a comparison in detail between the web version and the installed desktop versions because 1) there are two web versions, a 'classic' and a new version, and their capabilities vary depending on which browser you're using. Chrome seems to have a more flexible underlying code than does Firefox for instance. These two links will give you some ideas... Welcome to Evernote Web Welcome to the new Evernote Web If you don't install the desktop application it won't run or update in the background, and you won't need (or be invited) to update because you don't have any code installed. I would say that it's a risky process, because anything you have stored in the system will be on Evernote's system with no backup anywhere else. If you're comfortable with that, then fine; but the web version (AFAIK) has no way to export notes so that you could move to another service if necessary. The other products are compared at length here - Which Evernote product is right for me?
  23. 1 point
    No problem. It's all mostly guesswork on my part, with a little detective work and fuzzy memory thrown in...
  24. 1 point
    Hola Nicomedes. Evernote normalmente no comprime las imagenes. Lo que puedes hacer es antes de hacer una foto con tu móvil configurar en ajustes que dicha foto se haga con una menor resolución y así cuando la subas no ocupará tanto espacio. Espero haberte ayudado un saludo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rafa García http://pelletsdelsur.com/
  25. 1 point
    Agree with RMK - similar to the ease of using multiple notebooks within Evernote for biz and personal, quite a few folks use Google Apps for both biz and personal. Look forward to the "expanded" functionality of multiple google apps accounts. Great job getting this going for the Mac OSX!!! Thank you!!
  26. 1 point
    Awesome! I have been waiting for this version as I use Google Apps just as much as I do Evernote. For me everything works as expected - great! But with every new functionality you give us, we always want more. And I want to be able to connect more than one (one private, and one for work) Google account to my Evernote account. Have you any plans for that? I would like to avoid to fiddle with Google sharing of my work files, to be able to access them from Evernote.
  27. 1 point
    I get a reminder email, but it's just the title of the note. I need to see the details there without having to click, login, whatever. As a reminder, just the title is not worth much. I put the details after that.
  28. 1 point
    フォントサイズや書体は使用する端末毎にアプリの設定で決めたいので、 保存するデータ自身にはフォントサイズや書体などの情報を持たせたくありません。 スマホだとコピペしたテキストに勝手に元の書体などの情報がついてきて不便です。 ピュアテキストモードというのは作れないのでしょうか?
  29. 1 point
    Let's work together. While we can debate amongst ourselves (who are not EN employees) why Evernote has done, or has not done, this or that, it is really irrelevant. Rather than argue the "why" details, I submit we should stay focused on providing more and more use cases for selective sync. You may not agree with someone else's use case, and that is fine. But taken as a whole, it should make for a compelling argument to provide this critical feature. So, I'll start with my primary use case: Use Case #1 -- Some Laptops Don't have Adequate storage for the entire Evernote database I have a MacBook Air 11-in with only 128 GB of storage that I use mostly for travel and meetings out of the office. I cannot easily or economically upgrade the storage on this laptop I don't need my entire Evernote database offline when I am using this laptop. I usually need only my current projects/activities Anything I don't have stored offline/locally, I am willing to get from the Internet (connection to EN Cloud Service) IOW, my use of this laptop is very similar to that of an iPad or iPhone, but I much prefer the EN Mac app over the EN iOS app. May I suggest that if you have a similar use case, that you click the "like" button, and, if you would like, quote it and add your support and additional details. If you don't have this use case, then just ignore it. Why bother to disagree and give Evernote ammunition to discount? Again, it is the collective weight of all of our use cases that will make a more compelling story. So, even if you have stated it before, restate your use case as succinctly as possible below.
  30. 1 point
    +1 here. It has been more and more INCONVENIENT.
  31. 1 point
    Workaround, change the recent edit (updated) date of the note to 12/12/2030 or the like if you sort in reverse order. No official way to pin notes. You can do some note placement with reminders but typically a PITA if you have a lot of notes in the mix. EDIT: should you ever modify the note you will need to change the updated date to maintain the "pinning".
  32. 1 point
    Here's another vote for FIND AND REPLACE TEXT in Evernote. I just now discovered it doesn't exist. Amazing.
  33. 1 point
    +1. Scratching my head about this. How often I wish I had this no brainer feature in Evernote. Instead have to do cut and paste to TextEdit, do find&replace there and cut and paste back to Evernote. Surely someone in the 70s could have programmed this feature, right?
  34. 1 point
    Scary!!! We're in the third millennium.... and we have text editors without Find & Replace. I need to lie down. +100
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