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  1. 2 hours ago, DTLow said:

    As per @gazumped, simply use the notebook page to identify local notebooks598771946e153_ScreenShot2017-08-06at12_40_52.png.65988ff4ab0d8bf13759cea06c5028a5.png

    The local notebooks are clearly labeled

    The notebooks could even be placed in a stack, and the notes listed in one view

    Hi @DTLow. My Notebooks page (Mac 6.11.1 ) does not have the details shown on your screen shot.  I need to to hover my mouse over each notebook to tell if it is local.

    Screen Shot 2017-08-06 at 3.16.12 PM.png

  2. My workaround to quickly find notes that are in local folders:
    View all notes in list view. Unsynced notes in synchronized notebooks will show a dot in the SyncStatus column. Unfortunately notes in local notebooks (never synced) do not show a dot or any indication that they do not sync. As a workaround you can sort by SyncStatus and float local notes to the top. Edit a test note from a known synchronized notebook. Sync with the server. Click on the sync status header to toggle the sort order. Look for notes listed above your test note. Click the sync status header again to flip the sort. If either sort shows notes listed above your test note then those notes are probably in local notebooks. If you do not have a local notebook you can create one with a test note to confirm this behavior. (Version: Mac 6.11)
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