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  1. Ah, I get it: tags are the best organizers. Thanks DTLow.
  2. I'm using evernote on Windows 7 and on an Android tablet (Nexus 7). Oh, I see - my notes that I didn't think were in any notebook are in the catchall one called "kenatsun's notebook". So I was able to remove my note from the wrong notebook by moving it (by drag-and-drop, on Windows) to "kenatsun's notebook". Thanks, s2sailor. BTW, is there any way to put the same note in more than one notebook? I don't mean by making a copy; I mean a single note that is in multiple notebooks, so any edits to it show up no matter which notebook you access it from.
  3. I have added a note to a notebook where it doesn't belong. How can I remove the note from that notebook without deleting the note?
  4. In my Nexus tablet, if I tap the light-bulb icon, a panel labeled "Explore Evernote" pops up. One of the options there is "Speech to Text", with a subtitle that says "Sometimes it's easier to speak your idea than tap it out." If i tap on that item, I get something that adds "With Speech to Text, Evernote turns your spoken words into easy to find text." That leads me to expect speech-to-text translation. So I tap on that, and say some stuff, and... AHA! It turns what I said into text!! As a listener, it's pretty fragile. If I type anything, or apparently even if I just speak too long a sentence or wait too long between utterances or move the cursor, it stops listening. And unfortunately, the little box that implies it's listening stays visible and even keeps flashing when I speak. So I have to push the microphone-in-comic-book-speech-cloud icon again to recapture its attention. And of course there are many errors in the translation, but the text probably will be editable into what I wanted to say. So: Speech-to-text does work! But it will take some learning (on my part) to get it to work reliably.
  5. Dear EverNote Community ~ I'm a brand-new EverNote user, with a brand-new Google Nexus 7. Speech to text is not working for me. I'm apparently failing to connect some basic dots. Here';s what I have tried: CASE 1: I start a new note. I click the microphone button. The square-in-circle icon appears in the bar below the text pane. I talk. I hit the square-in-circle icon. A new speaker icon appears above the text pane. I click on the speaker icon. A panel pops up offering me "View" and "Remove" options. I click "View". The audio plays back. But NO TEXT TRANSLATION APPEARS. And I can't find any way to make it appear. CASE 2: In that same note, I click the microphone-in-comic-book-speech-cloud icon (just left of the microphone icon). The square-in-circle icon appears in the bar below the text pane. I talk. I hit the square-in-circle icon. No new speaker icon appears. Apparently this has not been recorded at all. So somebody please explain: How to get the recoreded speech translated into text?? ~ Thanks in advance for your help ~ Ken
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