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  1. The ctrl-a shortcut for the OS X app is wrong. It should move to the beginning of the line, not select all. CMD-a should select all. Is there a way to fix this? It's not even listed in the shortcuts menu.
    11 points
  2. Howdy everyone, Following up my Is this a farewell ? post a couple months ago, I thought it would be nice to share why after wasting a gigantic amount of time, I am back in EN. Applications I tried to migrate too OneNote Synology Note Station Bear Obsidian Joplin Drafts Notion Also, I would like to outline my use case, so readers understand what I am looking for in the note taking app [Personal] Bills & Bills’ payments [Personal] Family’s documents [Business] Meeting notes [Business] Clients’ information and notes [Business & Personal] Knowledge base [Business & Personal] Saving web articles OneNote I was very close at transitioning to OneNote, but I eventually decided not to because of the difficulty finding staff and the crippled tagging system. What I liked: The iPad app, including its free hand annotating capabilities OneNote notebook databases are stored files Notebook > Sections > Pages give an extra depth of organization Ability to write anything wherever on screen, endless canvas Integrating options What I didn’t like: Migration tool didn’t work Could not find my content OCR not supported in attachments Crippled tagging Microsoft ribbon Sharing only available with a Microsoft account Synology Note Station Really awesome functionalities, being a proper Evernote copycat. It also has a tasks feature, that EN just introduced ! Despite not ending up in it, I am keeping it as a local backup of EN, sadly this includes manually exporting and importing notebooks. What I liked: Self-hosting The ability to create parent/children tags Part of the Synology ecosystem, meaning all my backup strategies apply to my notes too All functionalities I need What I didn’t like Limited shortcuts, very hard to discover Attachments were not inline, but hidden in a popover Tasks could not be viewed in a summary, but again hidden in a popover iPadOS app doesn’t work, it is crashing The app has a lot of annoying glitches 0 integration options Bear What an awesome app. Beautiful, amazing organization -only by tagging- system, full markdown support, amazing exports. Still keeping it as a markdown composer, but not as a note app. What I liked The UI Tagging Archiving Full markdown support Export to html What I didn’t like Deployment; The app is using a sqlite database syncing to iCloud Just a markdown editor after all No OCR to attachments Obsidian, Joplin, Drafts & Notion Won’t make the comparison, because I didn’t use the apps a lot. Mainly, I didn’t like the UI. I am keeping that Drafts app though, because it offers unlimited (no joking) integrating capabilities Why I came back While testing the other options, EN fixed its abysmal performance to a point that it is -almost- functional and introduced the Tasks feature, offering a functionality I need. The most important reason why I came back though is experiencing the hard way that keeping a lot of productivity apps is the biggest productivity killer. EN is far from great, but it is a one app fits most for me. Keeping 1 app ended up being my most important criterion, so came back to EN. Why I am frustrated, again Cannot create 2 filtered notes snippets in dashboard, because I am not paying the highest tier !! Cannot add 2 calendars, because I am not paying the highest tier !! iPad app is still crippled, including a frustrating issue where while being in a client meeting, EN locks my editing capabilities while writing in a note !!!! Only Google support for calendars and documents Tasks is great, how about focusing in other functionalities now that aren’t That’s it, from my experience transitioning is a painful and time consuming process and I strongly recommend analyzing the transition app a lot before moving forward. Most important thing to avoid is keeping multiple productivity apps, ending up in a situation where you don’t know what to use for what, searching where you saved what and struggling to find a way to integrate where most note taking apps are still crippled at that section. It’s sad for EN, because it was the most integrated app a decade ago. Happy note taking !
    9 points
  3. I have been a premium user for 11 years now. I struggle with every aspect of Evernote now, where as for about the first 9 of these 11 years I was using Evernote multiple times a day and a strong advocate. What has happened? It feels to me like they are not doing focus groups with users to make sure that new features are a)needed b) implemented well and further to that - things that need improving have not changed at all since day 1 (like the basic ability to support varying thumbnail sizes or improving support for stylus (S pen / Apple Pencil) input. I am so disillusioned that after 11 years I want out.
    9 points
  4. I've been with Evernote ever since it used a calculator roll display, so likewise long-term and sticking with Legacy unless and until the wrinkles get ironed out of the new version. The problem with Evernote, I think, was that they decided to listen to users - who wanted (amongst many other things) the same experience on all devices in all operating systems including the web; and a standard layout no matter what size display. Sadly that didn't allow for the fact that the UI had to be dumbed down so the worst-featured device could operate as smoothly as all the others - and the fonts available had to be restricted to ones that were available to all displays and all systems. Evernote tried to fit in with that by using a 'wrapper' app that allows it to function on most devices - but no-one in house had any great experience with coding for that type of software. So I'd guess they brought in new hires and temporary staff and tried to reinvent the app from the ground up. Pretty much everything else - slowness, glitches and missing features - flows from that. It'll clear up or it won't. The company is on iteration 22 or so of the version, so they're clearly working very hard to get things up to speed, and have been pretty successful in some areas... Evernote wouldn't be the first of my favourite apps to bring in new services that fundamentally changed the way I use it. I bet it won't be the last.
    8 points
  5. Hi all, Over the last few months, we’ve introduced a lot of new features and enhancements to Evernote. Now that we’ve stepped up the pace of our app updates, here’s a recap of some of the highlights to make sure you don’t miss out on any recent improvements that you might find helpful: Get the Evernote that’s right for you - We released a new lineup of subscription plans to make it easier for you to get exactly what you need. Whether you want to be more organized, keep your home and family life on track, or be more productive at work, there’s a plan that’s right for you. Easily manage projects and workflows - The new filtered notes widget helps you turn Home into mission control for anything you want to accomplish. It does this by displaying notes based on your chosen criteria alongside related tasks, calendar events, and more—so all the info you need to move your projects forward is front and center. Capture important info, right from Home - Create new entries from your notes, tasks, notebooks, and tags widgets. Click the button in the upper right-hand corner of these widgets to add content, without having to switch your context. Find what you need, faster - Filtered searches help you find your notes based on their attributes, like when you created them or what they contain. Now you can save your filtered searches for future use. Evernote will also suggest filters after you perform a search or add a filter. A smoother note-taking experience - We’ve made enhancements to the editor, so it behaves more intuitively. The editor is now better at recognizing emails and URLs, turning these into clickable links. It’s also better at handling dragging-and-dropping and copying-and-pasting files to and from Evernote. In addition to releasing updates more frequently, we’re constantly discovering more ways Evernote can be useful to you. Check out these blog posts on how Evernote can help college students be more organized and how fantasy football fans can use it to get a competitive edge. This is a quick summary of what’s new. For a more detailed rundown, visit our blog. As always, I’m looking forward to hearing about your experience with the latest improvements. Take care, Shane
    6 points
  6. Hey y'all... this thread has diverged from complaining about why Evernote doesn't meet our personal needs and into political territory outside of Evernote's control! Can we please just refocus on demanding that Evernote build their apps to meet our particular needs so the product managers don't eventually quit in favour of drafting government policies? 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣
    5 points
  7. I often store screenshots in Evernote. And, I hate how v10 forces me to work with those images if I want to use them in other places (I have to download it then upload it to the other app). I want the ability to copy an image to the clipboard so I can paste it in other apps (it works in Legacy!). I definitely want to be able to paste images in my email client, but ideally, I want to be able to paste them in any app. The current need to download/save the image to my computer then upload it to the app is VERY cumbersome. And, it doesn't honor the OS system preferences I have set up in my Mac (I have all items save to my Downloads folder...but the download of the image from Evernote doesn't honor that...it defaults to on my desktop and I forget to change it before hitting save – annoying!). This would be a huge workflow improvement to v10. Hope to see it soon.
    5 points
  8. Windows Store can not do external edits because of virtual pathing (it's a Windows security thing). You need to install the direct download version. We are aware of this issue and looking into fixing several bugs related to external editing. Windows Store uses the path C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Packages\Evernote.Evernote_q4d96b2w5wcc2\LocalCache\Roaming\Evernote instead of the regular path at C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Evernote. Always remember to save and exit from the external editor before switching back to Evernote. Try not to continue editing if Evernote is not running. Also don't try to open a recent file from the File menu in your editor (even if Evernote is running). We are looking into protecting from these use cases from any data loss.
    5 points
  9. Hi, I just went through support (ticket# 3383733) to be confirmed, that Evernote 10 for Android has NO background sync capabilities. Back in the days EN 8.13.3 could be set to a specific sync interval for background syncing so that when you start the app you are good to go with the remote changes already being on your device. In 2021 we have push syncing cloud services. OneNote and Google Keep do real time syncing without even having to start the app. Let's look what missing background syncing means at the moment: - no remote changes on scratchpads are on your mobile when you fire up EN10 on the go (having to wait 20-60 seconds to load then) - no remote set or changed reminders are on your mobile so you are likely to miss your reminders (this happens to me regularly) - no remote changes in your notes contained in offline notebooks are downloaded to your device so you cannot rely on having the latest stuff on the device when being offline later. - when firing up EN for Android I have to wait around 20-60 seconds to have "home"-screen updated completely if EN did not run for some hours on mobile. Support seriously told me, to be sure to have these standards features you have to open the mobile app after every time you did a change on web or desktop. If you collaborate with others you don't know about the changes and are out of luck. I suggest re-adding a background or push sync Android service to EN10 that could ensure this basic syncing stuff by updating the database in the background (as back in EN8.13.3).
    5 points
  10. There's a lot of automation stuff around - see my list earlier. I haven't had chance to start to look at individual apps yet, but if anyone has some suggestions or can rule anything out, I'm definitely in the market too. I have a lot emails going direct to my account, plus random clips and an ongoing tidy-up that kind've rely on notes being tagged, retitled and redirected to the correct notebook as necessary. Filterize is a fundamental part of my workflow! As Filterize are shutting down, maybe we could persuade Evernote that it's a useful service to buy into...
    4 points
  11. I would do more research before jumping to Nimbus, shady privacy polices, shady company conduct, questions over where data goes….run a search here.
    4 points
  12. @Nygaard EN rolls out a completely recoded app. Now everybody has his pet functions, and cries „They ignore me“ when it does not show up. They probably ignore nobody - they follow the agile software development concept. They released a core app initially, and now add feature by feature with every release. Typically what is today in its design phase will be coded next, then follows QA and then release preparations (which include adaptation of help documents, tutorials etc.). So probably with 10.23 released they have internally already everything up to 10.30 defined and in the making. So just enjoy every release as a miracle package, I am sure there is plenty to come. Eventually your functions will show up as well.
    3 points
  13. 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.
    3 points
  14. 3 points
  15. 🚧UPDATE: .. regarding EN10.23.7 i had a chat with EN Support: The issue is still currently open with the development team and they are working diligently to get this resolved. inBetween: stay tuned and taste some wine🍷 will keep you updated
    3 points
  16. Thanks for the reports. We've paused our Windows rollout temporarily while we continue to investigate the issue.
    3 points
  17. I hope the import option will also allow to keep after import. Almost every note I have comes thru an import folder from Dropbox. I never delete any of them. It is a pretty good pre-backup.
    3 points
  18. Oooops ! Probably somehow (don’t ask me how) EN was set as new standard app for all of these file types. You can reassign another standard app (like Adobe Acrobat to pdf or Word to doc) to one of the extensions, and see if it returns to its normal look. If it works for one, you can do the same for the others.
    3 points
  19. Update: We previously indicated that Evernote for Mac was now available as an extension via the right-click / Share menu. This was sent in error. It will appear in a forthcoming build. --------- Hello! Today we released Evernote for Mac 10.23.7. It is available now via the Mac App Store and as a direct download version from our website. If you are already running one of these versions, we are progressively rolling out to compatible devices and the new version will be available on all supported operating systems within 7 days. To learn how Evernote delivers app updates, when you’re eligible for an update, and how to update your Evernote app, visit How Evernote delivers app updates to our customers. New to Mac 10.23 To help you find what you're looking for even quicker, you'll now see a list of suggested filters at the top of the note list after you perform a search or add a filter. We've improved how the app handles hyperlinks in tasks, so you can tap on more links in more places, and do more with them. For example: URLs in task titles, and links in tasks within a note. If you're in the Tasks view, you can now sort your tasks by their due date, so it's easier to see what you need to work on first. We made some improvements to the way the app handles dragging-and-dropping and copying-and-pasting files between apps. Fixed highlights: Open note windows may not have been retained at restart. They should now reappear where you left them after restarting. We made some adjustments to improve note typing performance for some sporadic typing lag reports. On Mac, the 'Learn Spelling' option wouldn't show up if the app couldn't also find an alternate spelling to suggest. This should now be resolved. Occasionally, Chinese or Japanese words would disappear from a note. This now resolved. Miscellaneous editor and calendar bug fixes. Let us know what you think and we appreciate the continued feedback. We will keep hard at work! Thank you!
    3 points
  20. Need to have the multi tab feature Please. like the last version
    3 points
  21. I can understand and sympathise with that - but having been around for a while, this is far from the first product I've used which has, for a time, seemed essential - but then got overtaken by the market, or by a buy(or sell)-out, and quietly passed away. And there's always been a replacement out there somewhere. Whilst I'd love the universe to run to my convenience and for Evernote to get back to full usability, I apply the Rasczak principle: "I'll use this app until I find something better". It's a fact of life that Evernote primarily has to please its investors, and will do whatever it takes to generate the incomes they expect. If that also pleases the 'old guard' of users, it's a happy accident - but not essential. Evernote has a long experience of big changes causing a furore amongst existing users (we all hate any change to the status quo) and causing some churn. They'll probably wait out the current period of rapid updates and hope that the volume of new users will equal or exceed the value of lost custom. If that proves ineffective, they'll try more new directions. I'm sticking with the pre-Legacy Windows and Android apps for as long as possible, and I'll give them as much time as I can to get v10 up to my standards. As it currently stands, the only major obstacles are: no easy ability to take local backups of the database, and it's too S-L-O-W For everything else there's just work-arounds. Others have different needs and everyone has the same decision to make: can you manage with what's available in Legacy and/ or v10 in the short term? If the answer is 'no', then logically you have to move elsewhere. Supporting Evernote should not be your priority: completing your daily tasks is. If, like me, you can manage with compromises in the short term, then buckle up: Evernote is going to keep on developing, driven by its statistics and income - not by impassioned pleas for text outlining or image editing.
    3 points
  22. I do like the new layout with larger thumbnails, except for one thing: Evernote seems to choose as thumbnail the largest image within a note. But it is rather annoying, for it seldom coincides with the image which would enable me to recognize a note at once. Can I somehow force Evernote to use a specific image as thumbail? Marcelo
    3 points
  23. As noted above.... Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.... I have a friend with the ugliest car in the world and he loves it. No one can make everyone happy which is why there are alternatives. As for tags, it's taken me a long while to get used to using them instead of folders and I've been doing both photography and IT work for 30 years....yes, back before there was an internet! I had decades of habits forced on me that I had to break when the digital revolution came to photography and to note-taking. With my IT background I knew intuitively that tags were superior because folders themselves are nothing more than tags on the storage drive. The difference is that with folders, you only get one tag for all the information. Windows and other GUIs simply made those tags appear as folders and showed what they were related to which made sense when you had a one-to-one relationship. The problem is that you end up having to either remember precisely which folder something is "in" or save the same file in multiple places which is a very inefficient way of doing things. Tags lets you get around this. You can tag a single file or in this case "note" with multiple tags. So for instance, suppose you have a lovely picture of your child, her best friend, grandma, a UFO in the background, and you used a fancy new lens to take it. Which folder does that go into? Your storage by date? So if you used a date structure to your folders, you would need to remember the approximate date to get that pic of grandma if she passed away. And you would need to sift through countless photos to find the few pics of her that you have. If you stored it in a folder called Grandma, then you'll have to go through all those folders to find the good pic of your daughter for her wedding reception. Or if she wanted some good pics of her best friend, or even if you wanted to pull together the UFO pics you've taken...In each case you would want to work with them as a group. But how if they're strung out in different folders? Make copies and drop them into yet another folder? So now you have pics by dates, copies of the same pics in a grandma folder, another folder for your daughter with a copy, a UFO folder, and so on? How many copies will you have? How many ways can you break a picture down? Tags solves this. You can tag an individual photo with as many tags as you want. Later if you find yet another reason to tag it, you just add the tag. You want to group all pics of grandma? Just choose the grandma tag and now you have everything with grandma in it. On the drive, it's not any different than the folder structure you're used to but you can have multiple associations instead of just one. Notes have a lot in common with images. They can be anything....including photos. They can represent time, dates, events, recipes, notes, memories, shopping lists, music, literally any and everything. Choosing one specific folder can be extremely difficult and the number of folders could be enormous depending on how detailed you want to get. Or it could be simple. But if simple, tags works for that too. Just re-use the same few tags as you would re-use the same few folders. I really hope this helps. It does take some adjustment....and I'm still not fully adjusted despite knowing darned well that it's a superior method and not any different at the disc level. I think that if they were simply called "multi-folders" from the beginning with folder shapes instead of just being words, I would have transitioned much more easily. One recent development that is quite incredible is a Windows Store app called "Tag Explorer" which takes the Windows "File Explorer" to a whole new level blending the terms and graphical method of representing the data as we have grown used to, but employing tags in the structure instead of traditional 1:1 folder naming. Now if only there was a way to blend that into Evernote!
    3 points
  24. Pink Elephant + Gazumped, You'll never believe it, (well, you probably will!) - I rebooted my computer and everything works!! v10 + Legacy are now synchronised! (Amazing how even after using PC's for over 30 yrs. you forget to try the most basic things!) Thanks for all the advice and links - I'll web clip them to EN in case I ever need them. Thanks again.
    3 points
  25. Google, Part 1: EN is AFAIK since a long time running on servers rented from Google. Not inside of Google, they are separate, but hosted and operated in Google data centers. Maybe this is a reason to prefer Google services when setting up integrations with other clouds - the cord is pretty short to link them up. It is a reason as well for a rock solid, nearly perfect availability of EN servers. Android app: I am not using Android, so only one comment. If you use any Android device, you don’t have to bother about EN privacy. It is practically impossible to un-Google any Android client. It will talk to Google, like it or not. If you now still want to continue running that privacy leaking operating system, here is a link to an Android legacy version: http://evernote.s3.amazonaws.com/android/google-play/com.evernote.google-play.8.13.3.1083330.allArch.6087.apk Clipping: You can get rid of having stuff added to clips by switching off the autofiling feature. It tries to guess what you would do, and does it for you. If you have pretty repetitive clipping tasks, it may work. It didn’t work for me, so I switched it off. Boolean search: What do you want to search ? Use the standard search field plus the filter options, and I don’t know if you really need „Boolean“ any more. Caution: „Need“ is not the same as „Want to have“. Maybe you can post an example for a search here. We then make the „Must have“-check.
    3 points
  26. I find the OS 'undo' and Note History functions, plus my own local backups more than enough anyway, but if there's no other option, you could always open another notebook and share the 'protected' notes from one to the other as read only.
    3 points
  27. I agree that this feature would be extremely welcome to put it mildly. I just wanted to point out that you can take advantage of the image getting "stuck" to the note even if removed. When I get a note that doesn't use my preferred image (usually because I added it later), I use the following steps to "fix" it. Create a new note. Copy and paste the image that I want for the snippet into the new note. After a few moments, the snippet image loads. Then I just copy the rest of the original note and delete the old one. Sure, it's more work than simply clicking an image and selecting it but I found found it to be worth the effort to get the snippet image that I want.
    3 points
  28. Updated to the latest version (android, mobile) to quit getting the notification but wish I hadn't. Not only is it buggy when I try to edit (freaks out and starts rapidly scrolling up and down, frequently won't allow me to select text, etc) but a new 'swipe to close' feature has made even trying to just read notes a challenge. I'll be reading a note and accidentally scroll the wrong way and the note will close, forcing me to reopen and scroll back through long documents only to accidentally close it again moments later. What's more is that this function is incompatible with template tables, rendering them unusable. Is there a way I can disable this feature?
    3 points
  29. Yea I see that workaround works but that's not really a reasonable solution if you have to do it every time. Do you know how to get a timeline on the fix? I'm already considering migrating to other options like Notion/Bear
    3 points
  30. Thanks! This is the first good explanation I've seen. Evernote needs to put you in charge of customer communications.
    3 points
  31. Not an employee, but I have been around for a very very long time...
    3 points
  32. I'm super used to typing in vim with Insert, Command, and View modes. It would be super useful to be able to type and edit my Evernote notes with at least Insert and Command modes. I know there's the vim-evernote plugin, which leverages Geeknote, which I like... but often I want the full UX/UI of the Evernote desktop app AND the vim mode at the same time 😕 I am happy to see the new(er) Keyboard Shortcuts feature and am hoping the work done for that would allow Evernote developers to more easily implement a vi mode for editing notes.
    3 points
  33. It is a bit hidden, but it is there: Hold down the opt key (Mac client), then click on the help menu. Choose Troubleshooting / Problem solving / whatever it is called in English. Choose Reload, or even Force Reload from the submenu You will see the page refreshing, and a circle briefly showing, the sign of syncing traffic If you have problems with crashes, it often is caused by corrupted local data. You can try this (Mac again): Go to the Evernote menu, Preferences, and uncheck „Keep data when leaving“ Lag out of EN (File menu), quit EN (cmd-q) If you want to be very sure, restart the Mac Open EN, log back in, wait for it to run an initial sync.
    3 points
  34. thank you for the suggestion. I have more than a decade of lovingly tagged notes that I might want to read some time. searching by tags is such elemental, basic, key functionality of evernote that it should never ever not work. sadly the "ever not" approach is what evenote now stands for
    3 points
  35. I haven't thought to put it all down but things I miss(ed) are. The windows clipper (used to be able to right click on the Evernote icon and clip anything from the screen into Evernote with no issues) The auto folder import (this is back - but was missing for over a year) The clean layout (now when I open the app on my windows PC I am presented with so much b/s I can't think! What the f is scratch pad? Why are more than 50% of each note thumbnail just empty space , and the thumb of the note part is so small proportionally. Why can't I resize the panels? Like when I am in votes view, the new note space is 50% and the list of thumbs on the left is 50%, but why cant I drag the bar to see more thumbs? I can drag it to make the note thumb area smaller, but not larger. I have an MS Surface PC with a Pen, a Samsung Note with a Pen, and an iPad with a pen, yet I can't hand write in the note compose window with any of them! Why? Evernote does an awesome job of reading handwritten notes (so I can search them), but it wont let me write them! Thumbs are broken, when I scroll down a few pages in my notes view - all the thumbnails, instead of showing my notes, are just white boxes with Grey paper Icon in them. The notes themselves are fine, but I have no previews. FYI I have 8,365 notes dating back to April 2010.
    3 points
  36. By scrapping an old, overly complex and not maintainable software and start with an empty sheet. This is how the new clients were born. My personal use is shifting more and more over to v10, as with new releases new and old features are rolled out, adding to the toolbox. In some aspects v10 is already the better product, in many it may be different, but on par, and some are still not working as I would expect them to do. Your experience may be different, as we are 2 different users. If what you get does not spark joy for you when using it, make a cut and move on. Looking back in a nostalgic mood does not do any good for you.
    3 points
  37. Now it is possible to put the headings of three levels. It would be great if a table of contents for a note is automatically created based on them
    3 points
  38. Just posting it here because I understand how annoying is this and also its not very well documented anywhere but atleast the users will know next time. Solution: "Press the insert button on keyboard to switch from Select and Replace to Cursor mode" Discovered by accident:D
    3 points
  39. I think it's obvious, at this point, that Evernote users want the ability to select the default thumbnail for notes. I agree that it seems ridiculous that this conversation started in 2013 and 4 years later this hasn't been added to the application. As a visual person, the thumbnail helps me quickly find what I'm looking for. For example, when I'm looking for a recipe for pancakes, an image of the video (pertaining to the recipe) of two cooks doesn't help me find what I'm looking for. I need to be able to select the pic of the stack of pancakes. The whole purpose for using Evernote is to be able to organize things so that they are easily found/accessed. I'm confused why this isn't already an option. This seems so simple to implement. Can we get some love on this issue?!
    3 points
  40. I still have the line in my config.json file - in my case set to 500. I was just able to select 500 notes without any problem. The 'multiselectionlimit' variable doesn't exist in config.json by default any longer in Windows but adding it still works... "qa": { "multiSelectionLimit": 500 } However, I rarely need to select anything near the default 50 limit so it really isn't a benefit to me to have tweaked the setting. I just tried it as an experiment which interestingly continues to work on Windows (EN v10.23)
    2 points
  41. No need to edit - I show you how to do it. Because it is not perfectly clear from the video what I did, to add a column or a row I simply clicked / tapped on the Right / bottom edge of the existing table. To remove a col / row, I place the cursor in a cell of that row / col, tap on the downward arrow and choose „remove selected row / col“. Because I did it on the iPad, the soft keyboard keeps popping up. If you do it on a desktop, the keyboard will not always interfere. IMG_2265.MP4
    2 points
  42. Adding to a dated thread... sorry about that... but I can't help but comment I'm not anything like as power a user as the users who are commenting here. And that's relevant: For me, consistency in behavior makes it easier to learn the platform and apply it to my needs. I bumped into this thread because I was getting confused by the seemingly random changes in views. "Hey, what happened to that column... uffda." And I woudn't have perceived that clicking on the notebook name to get back to three column view was a feature -- I would have just perceived it as "Now what just happened!??", especially since I would have lost the focus on the note -- "Where did it go?" IMO, any perceived benefit of increased focus gets lost on a non-expert user like me who nevertheless uses Evernote All The Time... and I just perceive making the program harder to use. And I have to say, there are a bunch of these kinds of things like this that I come across -- what I perceive as quirky behavior that gets in the way that I really don't want to take the time to get to the bottom of. For me, consistency of behavior is really important. Hope this perspective is helpful. Vinnie
    2 points
  43. I doubt that anybody modified the apk - it is from an archive, and for EN it is obsolete, end of life software. There is no indication EN would start to make life difficult for legacy users (and no reason to do this, plus they would for sure communicate it well in advance). Personally I think that something might have changed on the Android / device side - maybe a security update, an expired certificate, something like this, down in the engine room. It is known that with Android, each Maker does his own flavor, some update, some won't, there are extensions installed etc. Hard to tell - I would observe if other, similar posts show up here. No further idea.
    2 points
  44. Gr8, I signed out, and selected keep a backup, and then just signed back to evernote. And My tags have reappeared! Thanks! 😃
    2 points
  45. Encryption in note has never been a mobile feature. Far, far better and more secure to use an external encryption product. I use AxCrypt but you could encrypt a document using the built-in process in Word, PDF etc etc. Evernote in-note encryption has never been secure - not now and not in the older versions of Evernote. It gives a false sense of security. As it is, whenever you de-crypt your text it is in plain text and that is what is sync-ed to the cloud. On your device, device security is the best means of securing your data. Log out of Evernote and log back in when you need access.
    2 points
  46. The good news is that you can! If you highlight what you want first and then hit the webclipper button a new option of saving the selection magically appears. It's not obvious but I discovered it years ago completely by accident. I even use it for quite short bits of text, where I could just copy and paste, because it automatically records the web address if I ever need to go back to it.
    2 points
  47. This feature is infuriating. They need to make it so you can at least deactivate it.
    2 points
  48. Does anyone know of any work to connect Tasks using Zapier or IFTTT? I have a voice operated speaker and can add items to a todo list which IFTTT picks up and adds as an item in a ToDo list inside Evernote. With the arrival of Tasks in Evernote it would be great to be able to have the item appear as a Task.
    2 points
  49. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE bring back tabs! I use the Mac version, and tabs are essential (as mentioned by another poster). I always have several tabs open. I have a Daily Work List that is my main tab and I click on other tabs for doing other work. As a Premium subscriber, I believe that EN should have taken a user survey before making the incredible decision to jerk tabs out.
    2 points
  50. I would like to see following additions: - Option to switch between 'automatic' (based on algorithm) en 'manual' - Option 'set as thumbnail' for the image within the note TX!
    2 points
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