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  1. 2 points
    It's really frustrating. Anyway, just removed local database from /Users/USERNAME/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts and Evernote works again.
  2. 1 point
    I want also to put one note into multiple notebooks. I have reviewed previous discussion on this, and the general advice is to use tags. Getting beyond the multiple issues associated with tags (taxonomy gets really complicated with multiple tags over a period of time), having one note in multiple notebooks simplifies sharing, such as a public notebook and a private one. Hope you can consider doing this, just as photo sharing sites allow one pix to be associated with multiple albums!! Nick
  3. 1 point
    In the latest Evernote version there is now a warning about moving notes into a shared folder. As someone that moves notes to a shared folder constantly, the additional click in my workflow is annoying. There should be a way to suppress this warning. Either a field when creating the shared notebook, or possibly just a checkbox on the warning itself "Do not show this warning again." I'm fine with a warning, but just make sure the warning can be suppressed. Thanks!
  4. 1 point
    I use Evernote every day, and there's a feature/glitch in the new laptop app design that's killing me. When you're working in a note, the note highlights light gray. But when it syncs to the cloud, it flickers to white and then back to gray. Which it's doing constantly when you type. So when you're actually typing in notes, right next to where you're working, there's essentially a boxing flashing back and forth between colors. It's IMMENSELY distracting. In fact, I've already temporarily switched over the web app because I can't stand it, but I much prefer to use my local app. Can we please get this fixed ASAP?
  5. 1 point
    Since the last android update (v7.17 updated Feb 9 2018) clipping articles on the Pixel 2 changes the formatting of articles into an almost unreadable simple format. Picture shows the article clipped on the android vs the article clipped with the web clipper, simplified format.
  6. 1 point
    Hey Evernote, get @niw a job! …or at least some Evernote Swag
  7. 1 point
    Just to reinforce what @CalS said, you'll need to do this in an Evernote desktop application, i.e., either Windows or Mac.
  8. 1 point
    You can backup your notes by using the built in Export function. Best to do it by notebook, so right click on a notebook, select Export Notes, select Export as a file in ENEX format (be sure Tags is selected under options), click Export, and enter a file name.
  9. 1 point
    Thanks for reporting this. We're currently aware of the problem and we're reworking the note list to solve a few bugs related to it, including this one.
  10. 1 point
    Hi, I’ve found an issue this beta version also recent production versions of Evernote.app, which is obviously strange and annoying. It’s caused by wrong parameter settings on NSScrollView. I’ve made a patch so it should be really easy to fix it. Patch is available on Github repository. Thank you!
  11. 1 point
    Preciso alterar a senha para criptografia de conteúdo, porém não há essa opção no Evernote Windows nem Web. Alguma sugestão?
  12. 1 point
    Remember this will mess up your Local Notebooks. This is unbelievably bad from Evernote. Why are they pushing updates when their support aren't working? Amateur hour.....
  13. 1 point
    The issue is that there has already been approximately 2 years for business to get ready. If I were a DPA (data protection authority), I’d have no sympathy for any company that isn’t prepared. If one cannot meet a 24 month implementation period, should that mean that a law is suspended or its implementation should be pushed back until everyone is ready? If that’s the way the world worked, every business globally could decide to pick and choose which regulations would be implemented and which ones wouldn’t. I suspect, but won’t know until after 25 May, that there will be an example or two made as a warning shot across the bow of all enterprise doing business in Europe to send a clear signal that they need to get their affairs in order fast!
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    Certainly, if all fails, one looks for a way to overcome. Tried Firefox and Chrome, managed to clip 8.6 MB notes which still show no content, subsequent to repeated synchro and at least two reboots. Clipping by OneNote no issues whatever, full page or article mode.
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    Does not surprise me in the least. The IT department had no other option. As for the ignorance of some American business establishments on European legislation and vice versa I must say that with determination on both sides usually ways can be found. Microsoft, as one example, just to satisfy their big German business clients desire (need?) for extra-strength cloud storage some time ago started to rent Deutsche Telekom's servers located somewhere inland. Right now Microsoft intend to set up their own domestic servers here, run by their own local subsidiary. Nobody needs to feel sorry for Microsoft because their services spell $$$ but at the end of the day it is a fair deal. If the responsible heads at Evernote , despite having set up an office in the heart of Europe and presumably also relying on other sources of information, not felt any urgency re the final date for compliance throughout the EU, one explanation that comes to mind is that the loss in revenue hurts less than compliance would cost. Should however make other data privacy and security concerned users think hard. After all, In one way or other we are all in the same boat.
  16. 1 point
    Canadians are nice, although we got pissed once and set fire to the house of our neighbours president. That's all in the past. They painted the house white, and we have a good relationship, and the current president is a very stable genius.
  17. 1 point
    Thats because the Canadians are nicer and deserve more release notes
  18. 1 point
    Caladrio hasn't been back to this thread since December 2017. The seed was in 2012. This issue has been ignored for 5 years?? It's still unresolved? I'm *so* out, if this company isn't going to heed BASIC USABILITY STANDARDS.
  19. 1 point
    Glad it is sorted. My process needs to change to see how IOS handles clips. I have become accustomed to copy/paste for problematic web pages. Old dogs and tricks I suppose.
  20. 1 point
    Android clipping still not working. Support knows the issue but there's no solution at the moment. In the beta version there's no such issue, but is very unstable (almost lost a note content in the process). Waiting...
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    Thanks Davor - card view works but it would be great to see original problem fixed by Evernote.
  23. 1 point
    I hate this change sooo much. I import dozens of notes a day into a shared inbox and this just added a step to organizing and cataloging every single one of them. Booo. Going to go open another ticket. For now I'm just letting the notes pile up hoping it will get changed before I have to move them all and dismiss hundreds of useless alerts. Edit: Ticket #2416079 submitted
  24. 1 point
    +1. This behavior makes using Evernote painful.
  25. 1 point
    Did they even try this out themselves before annoying the whole world with this? Are they eating their own dog food?
  26. 1 point
    We are talking here about the Android Clipper, which is failing miserable while clipping. The clipping from Android is horrible and still not working. Web clipping is another story. Android clipping and web clipping are two different things.
  27. 1 point
    Been a member since 2011. This is the first time I've ever posted in the forum. Love Evernote, but this note flashing during sync is -- as so well described above -- "IMMENSELY distracting." I've been able to bear with previous glitches until solved, but this one is too much. Please address this issue so we can focus on our work, not the flickering. Thanks!
  28. 1 point
    I just submitted a support request for this too (Ticket 2408065): Every time I move a note to a shared notebook (which is every time I move a note), I now get a warning about "People this notebook is shared with ...". I can't see a way to switch off this warning, and it is rapidly becoming really really really annoying. Really. I understand the need to display it once, but please let me turn it off once I've acknowledged it. I have two notebooks ("inbox" and "personal"). Stuff comes into "inbox" and I tag it and then move it to "personal" which is shared with my wife. Having to acknowledge this message every single time I move a note is intensely annoying , especially when trying to file a hundred notes at the end of the month. Please give me an option to turn it off.
  29. 1 point
    Alex, I'm not running the beta and I have the issue. (306729) Public (CE Build ce-1.39.4193)
  30. 1 point
    You don't have to uninstall them though. Windows has a hide function, so that might at least help you a bit.
  31. 1 point
    Always encouraging when you search to see if there's a way to do something fairly essential...only to find the same request has been been falling on deaf ears...FOR FIVE. YEARS. Sigh. I suppose the rationalization that most people don't have high-res screens was...more or less sane in 2012. It certainly isn't in November 2017. I can honestly say that by far the most annoying thing about using a very large screen is having to constantly lean across the table to squint at my list of notes in Evernote. Let's face it, we use that list constantly. It should not be extremely difficult to do so, and with every passing month, the number of users finding themselves doing this increases. HD, ultra wide screens, 4k -- you may have noticed that these things are EVERYWHERE now. And they all represent people for whom whom Evernote is becoming extremely hard to use. Well...see you in 2022 (if my eyes haven't been worn out by all the squinting...). M. PS Alternatively, couldn't you just make the zoom feature that we use for the notes themselves apply to the program icons?
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    Completed agree with Miguel-S. My wife and I use a Shared notebook, and it would be INCREDIBLY USEFUL for both of us to create tags within the Shared Notebook. Please, please, please consider adding this feature for an upcoming update.
  34. 1 point
    I also agree and think it would be wonderful to have the ability to be able to refer the same note in multiple notebooks. Tags are a great way to search for notes but when it comes to keeping track of information per notebook/project being able to refer the same information over different notebooks and contexts will definitely have more pros then cons.
  35. 1 point
    Just because you can't imagine a use case for a feature doesn't mean a valid use case doesn't exist. For instance: I'm a Business User. My company has four employees: Bob, Carol, Ted, and Alice. Each has his own shared notebook with me and me alone, because in most cases, they have their own responsibilities and don't want/need to share information with anyone else in the company. But sometimes I go through the web and I see pages that are applicable to Bob and Carol, but not Ted or Alice. Or Carol and Alice, but not Bob or Ted. I want to forward information to relevant people and not bug those who don't need to see it. In fact, I may want to share resumes with Bob, Carol, and Ted about who's going to replace Alice, because she's not responding well to user feedback and I need to fire her. It's impractical and unreasonable to give each employee several notebooks that cover every sharing permutation case. With five people in the company, that quickly becomes unwieldy. The elegant solution is to allow me to share a document with more than one person at a time in one than one notebook. Tags won't do this. If Evernote isn't engineered to do it, fine. Say so. Then fix it or say why it can't be fixed. But please don't tell me people don't need it. People do. I sure do.
  36. 1 point
    Thanks for the feedback. We will consider this in the future.
  37. 0 points
    A very rambling and confusing post, but the essence is you want Evernote to focus on the core competency. This works for me, although the majority of posts in these forums insist Evernote must add additional features. You also mentioned problems with text search. I also find this hit and miss, even when the indexing is working. intitle: searches are more focused For the most accurate note retrieval, I rely on the Tag feature. By selecting the proper tags, I see an accurate filtered list of my notes
  38. 0 points
    HEY - brilliant idea before EN goes bankrupt... Offer (at NO DISCOUNT) the option for those of us with tens of thousands of notes, the ability to use your software - with tags, notebooks, and search - THAT'S IT... Strip it of all the BS - and, I don't know, put two engineers and 3 more people on it for support - then at least you will have something reliable... You are more than welcome to add coffee maker (control) integration and chat - you know - a product that EVERY platform in the world has - and NO ONE USES... You should think about integrating the McDonalds app - that way the hundred million users can order a Big Mac from their PC - or phone - or tablet... WAIT - there is an app that does that MUCH BETTER - so why would a company whose CORE-COMPETENCY is organization get mixed up in such a debacle -WHO KNOWS... I'd love to turn my Mac on - go to evernote and search for something with out it syncing, then stall, then syncing some more, then glitching and freezing, then (finally) NOT displaying relevant search results... YEAH, (later part) - I GET THAT EVERY DAY... Support suggests I should reload it. Done that twice (with 50gb - its great fun)... Thank god my CHAT works - otherwise I'd be able to do something effective with my data - but instead I just need to troll around looking for a lonely friend who - too - can't do anything because the core competency of the software was overlooked in release 5... So - strip it down to the basics - HELL - I'd even pay MORE for it. I've paid you for over 10 years - and this product - MAC / IOS - you know the product you started with - functions like dog *****... (starred out for the wood staring with P, with a double "O" in the middle, and another P at the end - probably spent hours of engineering time to star out a word most 3 year olds use - GREAT ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES... THANK GOD EN went out and got an MBA CEO - who has HUGE ideas... Now that you are wasting your efforts on BS - its only a matter of time until Google or Apple mirror your product - and then I'll be able to congratulate you on being a driver of the market (wait - that already happened, so what are you know?)... I hear EV 9.0.01 will be excellent...
  39. 0 points
    Just an update, this "feature" has now shown up on my iPhone version of Evernote as well. I didn't have an expectation that it was an iOS only feature, just disappointed that it has spread to my phone as well now.
  40. 0 points
    that this feature was flagged through shocks my confidence in Evernote developers, thanks for submitting support tickets, looking forward seeing the zombie removed
  41. 0 points
    FYI the support person sympathized with the situation but said that this was expected behavior and suggested I post here. Let me know if anyone gets a different response.
  42. 0 points
    The same condition exists when moving a note from a shared notebook. I have an inbox that is shared. I guess I will have to stop sharing it.
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