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  1. 2 points
    I discovered this awhile back. I'd recommend the following incantation to improve the memory of it: "So SEARCH IT you stupid piece of junk!", followed by an aggravated tap on the icon.
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    Whatever you guys are doing to allow Grammarly to work in your product, please don't change it ever for any reason. It irritates me to no end that I can't use it in Google Docs and other things I like, and that's mainly why I'm here.
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    Hi... Tried EN many moons ago, then went with OneNote but EN's cloud and accessible anywhere features are bringing me back...Enough kudos... Is there a way to mark a note as "read-only" so I cannot accidentally erase or modify it? Thanks. Alex
  4. 1 point
    As a student of Business Economics, it is necessary many times to write on my notes mathematical symbols and equations; it is not available now, however, wouldn't it be a great feature?
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    I use Evernote extensively, but it's lack of good support for saving code snippets and scripts is infuriating. When someone is writing within a { } code block, they are dealing with precise computer code not the human language. Yet often when I try to modify or write any code within these blocks Evernote is unusable as it attempts to auto-correct and auto-format what I'm writing to fit grammatical mistakes. To reproduce: - Create a code {} block. Inside the part formatted for code write something Evernote wants to auto-correct. E.g. pidport When you write this out Evernote will autocorrect it to "Purport". I love Evernote, but if I ever leave the platform it will be because of its poor support for storing code. I can't risk scripts I save in notes to be modified slightly and broken, from auto-correct. The fix should be simple: inside code { } blocks disable Evernote's auto formatting.
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    Try exporting the notebook to ENML format (right click on notebook, then select "Export notes..."), then Importing the resulting .enex file back into Evernote (File / Import... ).
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    I was guessing the only way you would do this is with a reinstall. Now I see where they hide the versions thanks to your link.
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    ... and those who decide to volunteer sometimes even have some fun doing so. "Sloshed and drifting" is under circumstances not the worst state to be in. But sorry, I deviate. What were we asked to discuss - ah, yes, the editor. Everybody who is here for free can have an opinion. But he should accept that EN focusses on those users who pay, and keep the show going. I for my part am waiting for the release of that editor shown in one of the 2019 videos. It looked promising enough, and seems to solve a number of issues posted in this thread.
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    In the short-run, I'm comfortable using Evernote I use the Evernote editor for basic notes, external editors for serious work. For example, I use Apple pages for word processing, Typora for markdown I store the documents in Evernote as note attachment files I see this continuing for the next 1-5 years In the long-run, we all die
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    Double fan boy responses of nonsense. You guys should apply for jobs. 18K and 25K posts troll status has been achieved. 🙄
  11. 1 point
    Evernote have 250M users. That's not a small business. And they have adopted a variety of requests and suggestions - which often then produce complaints from users who didn't want their experience changed.
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    Brilliant. You are right. You have to complete the search by clicking on the magnifying glass on the keyboard, presumably to 'execute' the search. I can tell, I can just tell that I'm never going to remember to do that...
  13. 1 point
    Right now it's a multistep-process to manually link two notes with each other. Coping the note link, inserting it in the other on and if necessary copy the link of the other note to link back at the initial note. With nearly 5,000 notes in Evernote it get's more and more important to build networks, otherwise a huge amount of notes never gets looked at. Maybe at the bottom of each note (where the 'context' section is) you could place a little search bar to enter other note (titles) to connect them with each other. This way it would be more easier to jump between related notes and manually add such connections instead of relying on the 'context' feature.
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    How to copy tags from one note to another in Evernote (PC) The option for duplicating a note and also copying along the tags is hidden inside the "Notebooks..." menu item. Since I didn't know about it at the time, I had to look for another way to copy the tags from one note to another. I found an easy method... How to copy a note's tag to another note in Evernote (PC): Select both notes in the note list. Right-click and choose Tag Notes... Check Hide unassigned tags Press Select All Press OK That's it! Now both notes will contain the same exact tags (i.e. a union between both sets of tags).
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    I agree with the request, I also use Evernote and will be very useful to include latex based equation support in the software itself (I currently include a lot of docs with code).
  16. 1 point
    I feel on the biggest missing features is native support for Markdown. Please add native Markdown to Evernote.
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