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  1. You know your circumstances better than any of us. Me, I try to keep it simple. I'd change passwords for any site which might be compromised by the hack. Though not sure of what I have in synced notes would qualify for that, no passwords or confidential stuff therein. Somebody sees my utility bill I'm not going to get too flustered. Good luck.
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  2. Thank you Sayre. That is just what I am trying to explain to Gameguyr. if he doesn't think the option exists, try annotating any Evernote pdf. When you are annotating, look down at the bottom of the annotating window, the checkbox for the option to include the annotation summary will be there. I could clip any .pdf note in Evernote, and post the screen shot, if Gameguyr does not believe it.
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  3. Maybe they should start advertising this feature like crazy - could reduce the average age of their usership by 20 years. But they did not even mention this goody in the release notes. Thanks for finding out & posting !
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  4. I just read this 12 days after it was posted, so maybe other comments might mitigate what I'm about to write. "Less than 2% of our users use tags." (quote from Ian Small, Evernote CEO) First, I find this extremely hard to believe (even though I heard Ian Small say those words myself), given that Evernote does NOT support a full hierarchical NB (a la folders) structures. I am astounded! Without NB hierarchy and without Tags, how do these 98% organize their Notes!?!?!? If it is true, I am sorry to say that it speaks very poorly about these 98% of EN Users. They e
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  5. Didn't know you could submit a ticket as a Basic subscriber, perhaps your avatar needs updating by EN. Why would that be? Seems the quickest path to stop the bleeding. Or before whoever they are do it for you. Not clear what difference it makes where whoever got your credentials was when they used them other than new location check which I am not sure EN has? What would you differently with the search knowledge as opposed to just taking the usual steps based upon whatever information might have been compromised? It is already after the fact and they could have scanne
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  6. Notejoy, like New Evernote, is a web app masquerading as an actual app. It does at least have enough attention to detail to not let you select half the stuff in the UI by dragging your mouse across it so there's that. (Seriously, you can select half of EN's interface, it's so embarrassing.) Idle and in the background it's using about as much CPU time on my Mac as Evernote 7.14, so it's cleared the first hurdle of being an Electron app. I would note how EN10 is doing with that but I just replaced that with 7.14. Can't drag and drop an image out of Notejoy to my desktop or another prog
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  7. Eh, just cleaning up some notes I had taken for a work project in Joplin and moving it back to the main Evernote. Definitely short on funny stuff for this project...
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  8. having just completed my migration from evernote premium to DevonThink I have summarized my experience with the migration of my data & processes as well as a comparison of some of the features relevant to me over at their forum in case somebody is interested: https://discourse.devontechnologies.com/t/moving-from-evernote-to-devonthink-in-2020/59211
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  9. Personally I believe in terms of information they have everything they need, and probably more. Given alone the usage metrics of the servers should tell a lot, especially when viewed over a time span. Gaining more new users than loosing ? Conversion rate from non-paid to paid, and vice versa ? Accounts going dormant, accounts reactivated ? And so on ! I think in the end it was an internal conflict: Part of the teams says „we release“, part says „it’s too early“. Both sides have arguments on their side. I once learned to know a guy responsible for a company with several thousand employees.
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  10. I was upgraded to 10.1.7 today. It appears to be a disaster. 1) I have an inbox with 3000 notes I need to file. Dragging a note from the inbox browse pane to a folder takes around 8 seconds. Any other action I do during this time is ignored. Most notes are just small images or plain text. In the old client this action took a fraction of a second. 2) If I multi-select notes and try to drag them to a folder as a group, only the actual note dragged is moved - the other selected notes are ignored. In the old client, dragging a group of notes worked. 3) Everything is horribly sluggish
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  11. Features are being added all the time Check the requests forum to make sure there's an entry for your request; add your vote to indicate support We've been advised that specific features are pending; for example scripting
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  12. I have two windows 10 devices with my account. When i opened a note on a laptop, it opened, but i couldnt edit it, i tried a few times, did work, only had weird blue outline around a note window, in a few moment note's content dissapeared. Opened on a desktop, note is empty. How to recover it? it was a lot of work...( Thank you
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  13. Good to see that the web version has some new features. Images and PDF annotations are now possible, that is a big improvement for me, also sketching is a great addition. I have also found that Evernote Web loads much faster now, I use Google Chrome in a Chromebook and rely on the web version all the time. I have also found that you can now add Google Docs links once again (which I found by accident), I haven't seen anything announced about that. If you use Google Docs and want to have a link to a document in Google Drive inside an Evernote note the way to add the ink is to select
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  14. 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
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  15. I do love the drama of these threads - if you've made your decision why don't you just carry on with what ever you've decided to do?
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  16. Ditto. Somewhere it is written that if you massage the numbers long enough they will tell you whatever you want. Same folks are saying they surveyed 300,000 users yet the IOS version does not support sorting search results. Really??? Ever try to find something in 100 notes in random order on a phone? And if it is only 2% of the users who use tags why the resistance all these years to implementing nested notebooks? Not meaning to be negative just looking at the data as it is presented and scratching my head. Weird on a good day.
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  17. He's said in a different recent interview that he's a notebook person (he likes to file notes), and only rarely uses tags when necessary for a note which could otherwise live in multiple notebooks. He also appears to be a Windows / iOS guy, which might explain why Mac and Android seem to be getting a bit of short shrift compared to the pre-Ian-Small era, where the Mac and Android apps were (arguably) superior to Windows and iOS. 😕 Edit: As for the 2% of users use tags, when the denominator is the total population of all Evernote users, including the dormant or very occasional users w
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  18. I don’t think tags will go but that was an amazing statistic less than 2% use them, I do use them for the simple reason I often don’t know what I’m looking for until I see it, so I use tags as a memory aid. I don’t know how many different associated note for instance relate to my car and I can’t do a search for the word car of course because that would bring back too many unrelated notes, so I think ahead and put the tag:car on the important car related notes and then don’t worry about finding the exact notes I want every single time. I use this for many many important things to me. Just searc
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  19. Evernote is an amazing program that I've been using for years, and I love it! Thank you for creating such an amazing product! One major drawback is its lack of creating academic referencing and bibliographies. The technology is already a feature within Evernote; the "note info" pane. You could add a "more" or "advance" option within that to allow for a more robust input for academic purposes. Then add a drop down menu where people could select their preferred style of export (this could also be placed in Evernote settings, as an overarching setting). The major headache I think is the int
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  20. 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
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