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  1. 2 points
    The ability to use markdown native in the App.
  2. 1 point
    I think Evernote is a fantastic product, especially with the iPhone integration. I currently use a program called UltraRecall because of it's heavy use of subfolders. This makes organizing my data very logical. I was wondering if Evernotes has a way to create subnotebooks under existing notebooks to help group numerious notebooks together? Example Notebooks: Work Clients Customer1 Customer2 Customer3 Customer4 Personal Electronics Web Clips
  3. 1 point
    I am continually disappointed when writing a note on IOS and switching to a different application to cross reference something and when i switch back to Evernote the app is not on the note I was working on. Can something be done to stop the app resetting and going back to the search screen every time?
  4. 1 point
    No idea but Evernote has not indicated an interest in this function The note's id is embedded in a note-link; a backlink list can be generated by a search I'm able to generate this list on a Mac using my backup Evernote data The screenshot shows a list of all notes with a link to note 72b0b6868776
  5. 1 point
    It is an old conflict: Effort vs. gain, sweat vs. grain, risk vs. opportunity etc.. Typically these functions have a wide area of comfort in the middle, with steep inclines at the sides. In security terms we are all pretty safe in the middle of the valley. When we start to climb to the „security peak“, things start to get laborious: Local encryption, own backup etc. When we idle to the „Comfort hills“, we find that beneath the lush green there are treacherous rocks: Stolen passwords, lost information, identity theft. Personally I think if one gets targeted by pros that want to mine specific information, you can make it hard, but there will be a soft spot. But these guys do not occupy themselves with such little game, there is not enough to win for the effort. So I try to stay safe from the scriptkiddy down the road, who just wants to find out. And from those who live from spamming many, to scare some, to scalp a few. With only an account number there is not much one can do (that can’t be undone), and that I pay my taxes should not be a big surprise either. I am not advertising this sort of documents, but they need to be stacked someplace. It is easier to keep one place locked up, than sticking a nut under each rock. Just ask the squirrels 🐿
  6. 1 point
    You guys are #$%^&* AMAZING! Evernote should be paying you all. Thanks for all your help. After much experamentation (my girlfriend's becoming a stranger) but I worked out that all I needed was a simple Applescript: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + tell application "Evernote" set TagList to tags end tell + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + From there I just needed to clean up the output - there was a whole lot of cruft around the actual tags: {tag "stencils" of application "Evernote" But thanks everyone! Long time lurker, long time learner
  7. 1 point
    Thank you PinkElephant. It's very reassuring to see that what I'm experiencing isn't normal. I'd rather it was a bug that can be resolved than something I have to live with. Yes you're using the pixel tool like a pro
  8. 1 point
    Typically if the pass phrase doesn't work it's not right. The box disappearing means you inadvertently typed over it probably after the pass phrase didn't take.. I have done this before, thinking I have the dialog open but I have actually just highlighted the box. And away goes the encrypted text. Being a premium subscriber I can get the previous version back. You can subscribe for a month if the information is important to you.
  9. 1 point
    This very issue is exactly why I grudgingly have to make the switch from Evernote to OneNote. Taking notes is just too frustrating because it forces a refresh if I switch back and forth between apps and back to the note. It forces a refresh, lags, then jumps to the top of my note. Why?!? Please fix this.
  10. 1 point
    I don't understand why after almost 10 years this has not been implemented yet. Also, I don't understand why workarounds such as tags are considered a good solution. Is it that complicated to add more hierarchy levels to the structure?
  11. 1 point
    Yes - please, add sub-folders / categories / etc. I am getting the feeling from reading these threads that the EN people are 'refusing' to add this? Is that really true? Why would a company alienate it's user base by refusing to add a feature that so many have requested? Well, my position is simple, if I find the program a burden to use, and I will if I cannot find a way to organize things the way I am USED to organizing them, then I will simply stop using it - it wont happen right away, however small frustrations will build up over time, and inertia will take its toll. Probably will happen in about - 2 or 3 weeks I imagine. Meanwhile I am looking for a different service - or unless I can get a different feeling from the EN development team. Also - I can add this feature if they dont want to - just give me teh codez.
  12. 1 point
    I'm using the notebooks the same way I used many categories in EN2.2, as "holders", as opposed to tags/attributes. For instance, I dump recipes into the Recipes notebook, Tips into the Tips notebook, etc. etc. What I'd like to be able to do is have subnotebooks so that I can have say Tips:Latex, Tips:Linux, Tips:Windows as subnotebooks on Tips. Yes, I can painfully accomplish the same thing with tags, but it's clunky for a couple of reasons: 1. When I want to mark a note as a Tips/Linux note, I have to: (a) move it to the Tips notebook and then ( tag it with Linux to distinguish it from other tips notes. If I had a separate notebook for Linux, I could just drag the note to that notebook and be done - half as much work. However, I've already got 13 notebooks - adding that many more will make the list unwieldy. 2. One of the joys of clipping to the web version is the ability to pick the destination notebook. Easy, quick, done. (Yes, I can tag there too - but I'd have to remember all my tags then.) Basically, I find the current tag implementation unwieldy. And frankly, useless. I can't easily select multiple tags, e.g., by clicking on their parent (a la 2.2), so the hierarchy is, well, frankly, completely meaningless. I'm trying to adapt to using it, but it's kind of a square peg/round hole argument. In addition, I find the saved searches to be pretty much useless for me too. Because I can't organize them in a hierarchy; and because they're not combined with the tag list, and because I can only have 32, I don't see the point in using them. What this means is that the only left-panel part of EN3 that I find useful at all is the notebooks concept. Unfortunately, they're a flat list, sorted alphabetically. This means that I've actually changed the kind of data I store in EN3. I don't keep anything "important" there, just scraps that I can dump into a notebook willy-nilly.
  13. 1 point
    Has the fact that several of us have asked for subnotebooks been noted as a feature request? Will it be possible in the future? Personally, subnotebooks will be much more useful to me than the tag hierarchy.
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