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  1. 2 points
    In hope someone will find this information useful … this is my case: Accidentally deleted a tag "quotes" from 223 notes. After a few moments of panic and an attempt to google the solution (no, I don't keep backups apart form the TimeMachine) I've rushed back to my second computer, disconnected it from wi-fi and lan and tried three (better safe than sorry) solutions: I've selected all notes with the infamous tag and 1. Exported the notes to an .enex file (incl. tags). 2. Created Table of Contents Note. 3. Applied a new tag "quotes_new" to the selection. Reconnected to the internet and synced the notes. It turns out everything is fine – the original tag "quotes" was removed, the new one "quotes_new" is applied.
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    Thank you, are there any indicative dates of the release?
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    I really think Evernote needs to get a comment feature like the one found of Google docs. It is so helpful for writing essays to have parts commented on the side as reminders/ extra bits of info. Everything else about the platform is superb!
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    Evernote provides a note editor with a basic featureset. It's not the tool/format I'd use for writing essays
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    @Dave-in-Decatur thank you for the reply! This was my first time posting in the community forums and I just replied to the first thread I saw. I started reading around more once I made the post and I did exactly as you suggested. I stopped using beta and went back to the "old version"...except I am still encountering the same issues using chrome, but now it just does not make as many copies.
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    And from the Web client, if your browser allows it and/or you have a PDF printer installed on the device.
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    Hi thanks for your reply i will try your tip
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    I like the way the WordPress editor works these days. When you are typing you have a clean canvas But you just need to select one block and then you'll see the options. There you have the options you need to give format to the content, and the option to change the kind of content (p, h1, h2, order list, youtube video)
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    Feature Request: Add Outlining Capabilities to Evernote Evernote is great, but it's dying for the ability to create Notes that contain Outlines which are easily collapsed and expanded during creation and in use. One way to implement it would be a switchable editing mode, between standard formatting or outline mode. In outline mode, pressing the Enter key creates a new outline item, and pressing the Tab key changes the current item into a sub-item. Clicking on an item's action icon causes its sub-items to collapse out of, or expand into view. That's the way the Ecco Pro PIM did it, and something simple like that would be a good start for Evernote. The name Evernote implies a product that takes notes -and collapsible/expandable outlines are a huge part of note taking.
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    +1 really missing that feature. And can't get, is it so hard to implement it? why evernote team doesn't listen user requests? (especially from premium users)
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    Thanks for the feedback. I tried a bunch of alternatives (AdobeScan, CamScanner, TinyScanner Pro, GeniusScan, Office Lens, and more) and all pale in comparison to the Evernote Scannable app for iOs. Given that users pay for the Evernote experience, perhaps it's not too much to ask for the same apps across platforms?
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    Dear Evernote Dev Team, I am an long-time Evernote Premium user, fan and advocate. It is part of my daily workflow, for hours per day I might add. You guys have done a wonderful job with this product and my hat goes off to you... However, this feature would be HUGE to me, and apparently many others. PLEASE consider adding this feature sooner than later. As mentioned, I am loyal but I have begun to research alternatives that would offer this feature. I really don't want to switch though. just being honest You guys rock!!! Best Regards, Craig
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    I don't know what's going on with your search index, but you can rebuild it hold down the option key, then select the Help menu >>And I can't even attach images here. My method is to have the image on my desktop, then drag into the note
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    Make that nearly 10 years. Pretty pathetic. They have no problems taking your money though. But fix a simple usability bug that has existed for a decade that prevents your users from correctly pasting content into a note? Nope. God forbid they do anything about that.
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    You should be able to disable this option by going to Evernote > Preferences > Formatting and unchecking the box next to "Keyboard shortcuts automatically create lists, lines, and emojis." Likewise, you should also be able to use Cmd + Z to undo an automatically created emoji.
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    As a devoted Premium subscriber whose workflow relies heavily on Evernote, there is literally no feature I want more than this.
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    Uh, I think he means that he can see and arrange notebooks on his computer screen, and nest them. They take up a spot in perceived and visual reality, like putting things in a file cabinet and folders, instead of just going around the office, and marking the stuff with tags, then maybe having various lists of the tags that he can look at and search. Some have great spatial memory, not for lists. He said that was how he perceives things, and he might be really good at it. He said that tags seem to be abstract to HIM. By abstract, he means that they do not have a position in space that they occupy. They are not an object that can be positioned, etc. He did say that is how HE perceives it. Windows had folders that nest, and that is what many people are used to, surely. Maybe it was wrong. Don't know. So, tags give a way to cross reference items in all file cabinets and folders whether related or not, but many still want their file cabinets in a building of multiple offices, in an office area with multiple rooms, in a filing room with multiple cabinets, in a file cabinet with many folders, in a folder with many notes, and some of those notes are clipped together.. Spatial. The items exist in space. They have a specific location. (By the way, I'm thinking that the folders we see in the UI, only appear to exist, as simulated by the UI, but they do APPEAR to actually exist.) meanwhile, back onto the subject of nested notebooks ...
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    meanwhile, back onto the subject of nested notebooks ... I am more of a visual thinker and visual organization works best for me. That is why nested notebooks would appeal to me. I want to be able to organize my material without using dozens of Notebooks. Tags would be the logical solution, but tags seem abstract to me. Maybe I just don't get tags, yet. I really love the updates to Evernote: the clean UI, shortcuts, and the navigation buttons. That said: I'd be interested in any ideas on how to make Evernote more "visual" - whether with a tags-based workflow, or using stacks, or (dreaming maybe) via an API to another app that looks and works more visually (such as all those tabs in OneNote, or the cork board in Scrivener). Thanks in advance for any suggestions from experienced Evernote users. - Eric
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    I think nested notebooks would be a handy feature. I have tried nested tags and I think the flexibility of tags is nice but there are those who would like nested notebooks too and I am one of them.
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    The inability to have nested folders in evernote is one of the biggest limitating factors of the product. I have a seriously complex folder structure as a result which means I have to scroll through many folders to try to find the document I need.
  21. 1 point
    Nested stacks would definitely be a very useful feature!
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