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  1. I would like the ability to copy all the tags from one note and paste them into another note. Here is how I imagine this functionality working: Right-click a note in the Note List. Select Copy Tags from the menu. Right-click a different note in the Note List. Select Paste Tags. Both notes now contain the same tags.
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  2. Pinned like how for what? IAC, you can copy the note link, by highlighting the note in the note list and press Ctrl+L. Then create a shortcut on the desktop and paste in that link. Clicking on the shortcut will open the note in EN. If this is what you are looking to do.
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  3. Hi. No, but new accounts don't get access to sharing immediately - there's at least 24 hours delay; that's to avoid one user spamming others. Try again and it should work... check spam folders for invitation emails.
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  4. Too bad I'm in Canada. On this side of the pond we are left swinging in the wind for this stuff. The only thing that can be done is to cancel the card. I suspect Nimbus is very close to shutting their doors and are just trying to grab as much cash as they can before shutting down their servers.
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  5. Not sure why I didn't think of this immediately, but realized that I do have a version of Evernote loaded on a computer that I hadn't used in about a month... so YES. I was able to use that computer (with internet turned off to prevent syncing) and see a list of all those random reminders set far off in the future, and set my mind at ease by resetting all of those items that did not jump out when I skimmed through my lengthy "All Notes" list this weekend. Thanks for the help.... I will definitely be more carefully with any enabling/disabling any connected accounts from now on.
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  6. Hi. This has been raised before; not sure if there is a conclusion. See https://www.slipstick.com/problems/outlook-is-sending-winmail-dat-attachments/ for some history on this. It will probably be of no help at all to you that I send emails to Evernote using Evernote's Outlook Clipper, and a snazzy little function* in Outlook 2013 called "Quick Steps" that gives me a one-click way to forward emails with (within limits) specific additions to email subject lines like @<notebook> and #<tag>. Attachments come along fine. I'm actually using Gmail, IMAPped through Outlook, a
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  8. I merged your two discussions for this topic Evernote is a generic digital filing service; storing and organizing (computer) document/files The target market is anyone with a collection of document files; which is basically anyone with a personal computer, tablet or smart phone. Evernote provides a note editor; another target market is anyone who wants to create content However files of any format can be stored; images, pdfs, word processing, spreadsheets, ... Evernote supports document sharing; this is another target market >>Is it more targeting business
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  9. Mine is certainly not the most fancy, but I created a ToC (table of contents) for my most frequently used notes. I use this on my android devices, web interface on Linux, and full client on windows and mac. When I built this, I opted for easy thumb scroll ability, so I made it narrow and long rather than landscape.
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  10. Hi. And hmmn. Not a multi-screen expert, but I also have a Dell (Inspiron) running two external screens: HDMI and USB (via an AOC driver). My screen grabs work OK when I use them - I'm getting a 'cross hair' that I can use to outline any part of any of my screens. We're a (mainly) user-supported forum here and as a subscriber you should be able to raise this with Evernote - they may have some suggestions as to settings. Do your screens all have the same resolution? How are you initiating the screen grab? Via the hotkeys? No idea if any of that is relevant, but it might help spark som
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  11. Have to disqualify myself right out of the gate as I'm Canadian... but... here's my current dashboard note. As you can see, it is setup with basically just a slew of 'note links' - I wanted it to be mobile device friendly too so no wide table columns where I would have issues with scrolling left/right too to get to notes - so the two left columns are the high important items that I can scroll and tap on with mobile devices. I have a basic image banner on the top of the page (I do this with a lot of other 'master notes' as well - just to add some splash of color/etc), then a basic 3
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  12. I already do a reflection, but I like the concept of a Bad/Average/Great indicator I'll borrow that for my daily journal notes >>Each card ends with a picture of a coloured square which Evernote automatically picks up as the card picture in the middle column (Evernote layout). I'll just add an icon to the note title 🔴 🟢 🔶 >>My mantra is to get some really good weeks in a year I like that. I'll work towards 🔸 days each week Cue John Denver, Some Days are Diamond
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  13. Great convo folks and thanks for the kudos. A few points to clarify about my Evernote usage. I use Evernote on my mac, windows, android phone and iPad. Hence, it is interoperable across all devices and form factors. A dashboard for me is a notebook, not a note. I call it 'Weekly'. Each week is represented as a single note in the notebook. I use a single color coded metric (Good, Average, Bad) week based on a qualitative assessment at the end of each week. At the end of the year, I just count the number of good, average and bad weeks and thats about it.
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  14. If you have data that you are ... uhmmm, concerned about either use local notebooks or avoid cloud storage all together.
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  15. My takeaways from that posted article - "As part of a dark web drug case the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) obtained a search warrant compelling cloud-based note taking app Evernote to provide a user's data, according to court records." - AFAIK every web app's T&C's include a caveat that they'll hold user data completely secure except (some legalese to the effect of) "when compelled to do so by law". Good luck with Joplin. To get a warrant the DEA would have to have had enough evidence about this individual to convince a judge that it was legally correct for the authori
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  16. Just an update to my experience with Nimbus Note. They released an update a few months back that erased ALL my notes. I complained and got the usual (for them anyway) "We reserve the right blah...blah...blah". So I stopped using it. I sent them an email via their website telling them I did not want to renew. Well, I just got a charge on my credit card for another year. I used one of those "prepaid" cards when I signed up just in case they were a fly-by-night outfit. They must have tried a few times to charge it as the card didn't have that much on it. So they must have tried lower and l
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  17. Doh. Android forums. That's about mobiles... I'll check where I am next time!
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  18. Fair enough, although it's still only a copy and paste action at heart. It just feels like one of those more basic features you would expect to be available.
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  19. Despite the various workarounds referenced in this thread, I still think it would be worthwhile to have this option available, particularly for anyone who deals with a lot of tagged content. Having to, for instance, duplicate a note with the desired tags, wipe the note contents, and finally paste into this note the content from a desired template note could be quite the annoying process when performed many times. Other workarounds would seem to be similarly annoying, even if effective. I can't imagine such a feature being difficult to implement, even though I'm sure the Evernote team
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