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  1. 6 points
    Dear Evernote : I'm not going anywhere. I just ask that Spaces and password protection be made available to ALL premium users. Fast track feature development for ALL users, not just teams. Get creative. Surprise us. You've been a success tool for me since 2004. Let's take EN to the next level. I'll wait. ?
  2. 3 points
    Hi All, Many of you have asked for templates and we’re thrilled to announce that they’re here! In the past, we’ve offered templates in the form of sample notes that you can copy to a notebook, then duplicate to reuse. While this has been a popular workaround for a long time, we feel templates deserve an easier solution and better home in our product. Now we offer a way to quickly find and apply a template when you create a new note. You can pull from our gallery of 30+ pre-designed templates and save them to your account. In addition, if you subscribe to Plus, Premium, or Business, you can turn any of your existing notes into templates. Your personal template gallery can be accessed from any new note by clicking the Templates button. From there you can find templates on our website, search your saved templates, edit template names, delete templates from your account, and apply templates to a note. You can find more information here: Blog post How-to Videos There’s more to come for templates, so stay tuned. As always, please feel free to start a separate discussion for feedback/suggestions, or feel free to reach out to me directly!
  3. 2 points
    Agree with most of the comments here. For me, Evernote is a *Personal* Information Management tool. I don't want sharing features more exposed in the interface. The new Share button is not useful for me personally. And now there is another click to perform a function like setting a Reminder.
  4. 2 points
    Re: Bells and whistles It would be of interest to know specifically which Evernote features are considered as "bells and whistles", and what are not (see the movie Amadeus' "Too many notes" scene). Moreover, Your bell or whistle might be my workflow must-have, and vice-versa. Modern day software, like Evernote, is often aimed for a general audience. The analogy to a physical hardware toolset doesn't really hold very well here. Tools are generally single-purpose, but you need a fair number of them to do something substantial, or be prepared for many eventualities. Software is rarely packaged that way; it can be a pain to make, market and ship individual, focused components that plug into a general framework, not to mention confusing and probably more costly for the user. So software developers often just bundle everything up into a single package, and sell that, and hope that it covers all of the specialized workflows of a sweet spot in the market, without being too confusing for users to use. I can't count the number of times that forum users have claimed "Evernote would be perfect if only feature A were added. Well, the features A, B, C, etc. are all different and they add up to a lot of functionality that would make Evernote perfect for some set of people. Are they all bells and whistles?
  5. 2 points
    Yeah, it is. Burying features to add more clicks to the workflow is a big deal.
  6. 2 points
    I feel on the biggest missing features is native support for Markdown. Please add native Markdown to Evernote.
  7. 1 point
    For Valentine's day, I'm offering up a simple Windows PowerShell script that you can use to backup your Evenote notes. It uses the Evernote auxiliary program, ENScript.exe, to export Evernote notebooks to respective Evenote format (.ENEX) files. The script is very dumb. You'll need to change the script to specify a backup directory location where the backups will land. You may need to change the script to specify the location of ENScript.exe. The script will create a new directory in that location with a name that's based on the current date, and write the .ENEX files in that directory. There will be a .ENEX file for each notebook (which is what you want, because notebook name is not stored in a .ENEX file, so if you need to restore you can get the source notebook from the .ENEX filename). Note: I am not a PowerShell expert, and while I've tested the script, it may not be particularly robust in the face of errors. In normal use it appears to work, but use it at your own risk. This script comes with a no-money-back guarantee. Oh, and feel free to modify it for your own use, or offer changes / suggestions / comments. I may or may not respond. You'll notice I have a list of Todos in the script. I may or may not deliver on those either. You may need to change your execution policy to let this script operate properly. The command I used was: "Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned". In addition, you may want to make a Windows shortcut for the script. You'll need to search the web for that, but it can be done. Take the following code and save it as a PowerShell script file Ii.e., with an extension ".PS1") somewhere that PowerShell can find it. I called mine "ENBackup.PS1". Creative, no? # Simple Evernote backup PowerShell Script # # Backs up all notebooks in your account as .enex files, located in a designated # directory. The backup directory name is generated by a base name with the # current date (mm-dd-yy) appended. # # Todo: # * Specify backup directory base via command-line # * Backup single notebook specified via command-line # * Restore notebook # You may need to modify this according to the location of ENScript.exe $ENscript = "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\ENScript.exe" # Modify backup directory base as desired $BackupLocation = "J:\Backups\Evernote\" # Write out notebook names to a temporary file, one line at a time $tempfile = "notebooks.txt" & $ENscript listNotebooks >$tempfile $reader = [System.IO.File]::OpenText($tempfile) # Create a backup directory for this date # Get current date (mm-dd-yy) and append it to the backup directory base $date = get-date -uformat "%m-%d-%y" $BackupDir = $BackupLocation + "Backup " + $date # Make the actual backup directory if ( ! (Test-Path $BackupDir) ) { md $BackupDir } # Process notebook names try { for( ; ; ) { # fetch a notebook name $name = $reader.ReadLine() if ($name -eq $null) { break } # write out the backup file for this notebook: <notebook name>.enex "Backing up " + $name + "..." $BackupFileName = $BackupDir + "\" + $name + ".enex" & $ENscript exportNotes /q "notebook:$name" /f $BackupFileName } # Show your work dir $BackupDir } finally { $reader.Close() } # delete the temp file remove-item $tempfile Have fun & Happy Valentine's Day for all of the Evernoters!!! 2/24/14 - Edit: Fixed ENScript exportNotes query. It was missing the 'notebook:' specifier. Also fixed problems with notebooks containing spaced in their names. 7/30/19: Edit: Script changed on to reflect more realistic location of ENScript.exe
  8. 1 point
    Hi, I'm usually very accepting of when applications update UI / UX. Things change and I get that not everyone will like it, however I'm hoping compromises and options can be made. I personally have issue with the redesigned tray icon. IMO, it's no longer easily identifiable given that most of the Windows native icons in the task bar are monochromatic as well. I'm constantly clicking on the icon throughout the day and now it just blends in with everything else making it much more difficult (for me anyway) to use. May we have different options for this icon? A green variant again? Maybe one with a green outline? Just something to provide additional options with more contrast that better stand out. Regards -
  9. 1 point
    In Evernote windows - (307671) Public (CE Build ce-48.0.5483) - the new note via keyboard shortcut appears behind all other windows. I then have to Alt - Tab to that new blank note. Is it possible to make it always jump on top of other windows? I am on Win 10 64 bit.
  10. 1 point
    The knights of the notebook can be a bit sensitive. I wonder if Google had to deal with this when they switched from folders to labels. Couldn't imagine going back to folders for email, the thought alone makes me shudder.
  11. 1 point
    This thread is finally living up to my aspirations for it! ?
  12. 1 point
    You didn't insult anyone best I can tell from reading the post. Different viewpoint is all. IMHO.
  13. 1 point
    You need to download again and re-run that. That will do a Windows Installer repair. At that point, you should be able to upgrade (or uninstall). And never delete any file in \Windows\Installer\.
  14. 1 point
    If I understand correctly your issue, try going to Options, Navigation, Shortcuts Related Options, Hide shortcuts.
  15. 1 point
    I wasn't getting into such deep thought. I created processes to produce my Current Task list, but this leaves me with a list of 20+ items. I need prioritization to identify what to do first.
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  17. 1 point
    When I want a full page screen shot I use Awesome Screenshot. It's an extension for Chrome and Firefox. If not a full page screen shot I typically use the Capture Screen feature of the desktop app, not Clipper. FWIW.
  18. 1 point
    Try intitle:pizza with no space after the : Theres search documentation at https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313828
  19. 1 point
    Thanks for the positive post. It is still a great product despite some issues (which every app will have one way or the other). These are good features to add for sure. I am not going anywhere either however I really would need the Windows app to get more stable and improve before any new features. I am still on 6.7 and would like to catch up to a great release for sure.
  20. 1 point
    No unfortunately i don't have that option - thanks for trying
  21. 1 point
    Thanks Gazumped - I will take a look and let you know if this works!
  22. 1 point
    Miss the Green Evernote icon in the Icon Tray for Win 10 - white doesn't cut it. :)
  23. 1 point
    I've told you this problem before. When you write a note in the iOS application, the font characters in the windows application are freaking out. Onenote has developed a perfect and simple solution for this. You can also select the default font and size in the mobile app (same as PC app). In this way, you do not experience any font mismatch in your notes in windows and ios. You can add this setting to the main settings section. I'm sending you a example in the attachment.
  24. 1 point
    @macfixer, you are too funny! Yes, I would agree with MacFixer, avoid Pinterest. ? I believe the 'Make Use Of' link posted by @AlanNotes is a good resource. Also, there are many videos for a variety of features and more on EN's YouTube channel.
  25. 1 point
    @DTLow I would say that if you were a pilot, the debrief (end of flight checklist) would be what you are doing on a daily basis. Again, it has inspired me to rethink my process. And, @Dave-in-Decatur thanks for your comment on the Ignatian Examen. So much to learn in the EN Forum!
  26. 1 point
    I'm here to support others who are underwhelmed by the sore thumb that is the big, green, non-essential, and utterly unmoveable SHARE button that now occupies my brain every time I simply wish to write an idea. Our notes do not need call to action buttons. More is not more. At the very least please provide those who prefer a simpler look the option to keep it so. ? ??
  27. 1 point
    That's the Eisenhower matrix for task prioritization. I'm retired too; my tasks tend to be Not Important and Not Urgent >>In some ways a kind of secular Ignatian Examen. I read somewhere that reflection on the day is important. I can't say I always give it the proper attention. I make a point of doing the checkboxes and note any exceptions. Thanks for the reference, I'll check it out.
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  29. 1 point
    Nice -and positive- thought, @pirate727 and great insight into the Surface environment, @dagbo. I am locked in with Evernote for so many reasons and do not see a departure from the platform in my future. My profession is to help people buy and sell houses and when working with my clients I often remind them that there is no perfect house, simply the one you choose to make your home. Evernote is my home ??
  30. 1 point
    @Dave-in-Decatur you are too funny! @klxdrt, I remember Sears! I also remember DOS before MS Windows. ? I agree too many bells and whistles can upset the Apple cart. There are a few fundamentals in EN that I value and would not be happy if they went away. I.e., scanning business cards. Hopefully the vision EN’s CEO is focused on will keep radical changes to a minimum and customer service at a maximum.
  31. 1 point
    May be simplest to go to https://evernote.com/products/webclipper/. It should show an Install button for the browser you're using.
  32. 1 point
    I'm not seeing this, but I'm still using 6.7. Using the red X or Alt+F4 closes the interface window, and thus removes EN from the toolbar; but it should still leave the tray icon in place. It sounds like, under Win7 only, EN 6.15 is closing the latter as well. Definitely worth making a bug report directly to EN, which I think as a Plus member you should be able to do.
  33. 1 point
    Thanks for your insight, @gazumped. My guess was it had something to do with signing in when zi saw API in the code. I will continue to ask my account rep until this is resolved. The integration will help tremendously and I am hopeful that RingCentral will be able to resolve it soon.
  34. 1 point
    ALERT: Old guys drifting the thread here! Totally with you, @klxdrt. A couple of years ago we had a Sears freezer finally fail--it was about 40 years old, and had been amazingly reliable. Do I expect the replacement we got to still be working so our kids can sell it at our estate sale? I do not.
  35. 1 point
    Icing on the cake is to save the view with the saved search. That way if you only want to see the sorted reminder date column with the search(s), you can. Also the columns can be reordered to have reminder time first if you like. Method I use, FWIW.
  36. 1 point
    Those problem were solved, THANKS, but others surfaced. Have been a avid loyal users since 2009 & have experienced the evolution. My 2 cents, too many bells & whistles. I know everything is like this today, I'm from a different era, Things just worked. Inherited my father's tools, mostly Craftsman. Problem, return to Sears, get a new one. Yes I know sears is gone. But the tools work fine now, including 2 Weller soldering guns from the early 30's and a Dremel form the mid 40's. And I even got 5% on my savings acct. And we even: Cheers, klxdrt
  37. 1 point
    For posterity, I had the same issue, and Boblemarin's simple solution worked. Possibly a bug in OS X.
  38. 1 point
    Hello, I've updated EN to the most recent version for Mac and have a question, possibly a suggestion. I am not one to SHARE my notes with anyone, so is there a way to get rid of the big green SHARE button at the top right of my notes? It seems like this might be better for some if it's a choice of something to display rather than have it front and right for everyone. Just a though. If there is a way to remove it and I missed it, please let me know. Thank you, Annette
  39. 1 point
    I'm a contractor, and don't wan't old customers information residing on current customers network, in fact - that would be illegal. By being able to include "archives" a'la outlook does it, I could access archives as needed. While tagging may work for some, the point is missed by the Evernote team. Since an integral part and selling point of Evernote is to integrate PDF, and pictures with notes and highlights, the DATABASE IS GROWING OUT OF HAND. I would rather loose one out of 10 databases of 1 gigabyte than one database of 10 gigabytes.
  40. 1 point
    This link was recommended a while ago - I don;t know whether it still works... http://getgui.com/blog/windows/evernote-sticky-notes-error-411-length-required-on-request-activation-link-to-re-authorize-user-account-sync-notes/
  41. 1 point
    I have to mention this, because not everyone knows it, but exporting all notes at the same time will lose data, since notebook names are not exported, at least for exports to Evernote format. Once upon a time I wrote a PowerShell script that exported all of my notes, notebook by notebook, and it was something I could schedule / automate. That might be a bit more reliable. See No guarantees, and you need to change the script to make it work. I'll try to get around to re-testing it later on tonight. Edit: I did do a test on this just now. Had to change around the folder names, as I'm on a different machine than when it was written. It did appear to work fine. Didn't take too long, either.
  42. 1 point
    Maybe to some but not to me. I do agree it is a step in the wrong direction and prefer they change it back to how it was.
  43. 1 point
    This arguments is an example of something that holds no ground. Evernote is partly an editor. Evernote claims to be a note keeping solution. If the customer wants markdown, You provide markdown in the evernote editor. Simple. Coders need a better way to take notes and this can not be done properly with the current software.
  44. 1 point
    This is an "Unofficial Manual" that covers a variety of things you can do in Evernote and you can download it as a PDF for reference. https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-to-use-evernote-the-missing-manual-full-text/ I also google my way through a lot of what I need to find. This forum has great detail on some subjects, but I usually hit this forum through a google search.
  45. 1 point
    I attend the Orange Theory classes and you get an email with your heartbeat monitor data at the end of the class. I send those emails to Evernote and have a master note where I have a spreadsheet link to DropBox, where I log the results. You can also take the screenshot from the phone app and do the same as a reference to that workout. It gives me good data and tracking.
  46. 1 point
    I would like to be able to invite outside clients or contractors into a space rather than just sharing each notebook individually. For example, I recently redesigned a website for a fellow ECC and instead of being able to invite him directly into the space, I had to share all the different notebooks individually. Having that main share feature would be awesome.
  47. 1 point
    I love Evernote and I pay for premium and I have just noticed that on iphone/ipad/ipod versions you can use the presentation mode - We need this on Android too! (or cheaper rate for premium if we can't have all the features!!) The 'Apple-centric' approach is one thing that I don't like about Evernote... IMHO Android is better.
  48. 1 point
    Had the exact same issue with Chrome on my Mac. It was set as the default browser and correctly opened when using hyperlinks in all my apps, except Evernote. It was correctly set in the system preferences as "Google Chrome.app" was the selected choice. In order to fix it I had to do the following: Set the "Default web browser" to "Safari.app" Open a link from within Evernote (it opened Safari) Change the "Default web browser" to "Google Chrome.app" Open a link from Evernote (it opened Chrome)
  49. 1 point
    There are 14 votes so far. If enough votes mount up Evernote may consider adding this back, but at the moment AFAIK this is not on anyone's to do list. If only 14 users are affected it's not cost effective to spend any time developing an interface for the new voice-sensitive OS's.
  50. 1 point
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