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About Rich-Whitefish

  1. I concur. The horizontal list view was my default view and the one that I used 95% of the time. For me has to do with two things: a) on my 15" monitor I always have Evernote and Outlook running at the same time - outlook on the left and Evernote on the right. This only leaves "half the screen realestate" for Evernote. 2) then within Evernote I use fairly long titles (more meaningful for me). So in horizontal list view I could see the updated date-time, the title and the tag. Now without horizontal list view the only way for me to see the title is to maximize Evernote and have it take the entire screen -- so now I'm flipping between full screen Evernote and the rest of my desktop/Outlook environment all of the time. Far less efficient (and a bit annoying). I like reminders coming to Evernote; makes a lot of sense, but I'm sure the creative designers at Evernote can figure a way to get reminders and still retain horizontal list view for those of us to love it; as you have already built a great product. Rich
  2. Thanks for checking. Appreciate the quick feedback. Maybe 6 Rich
  3. Encrypted libraries I know that you can encrypted selected text in a note, but does anyone know if Mac Evernote 5 will allow you to encrypt an entire library. This would allow me to move a lot of information out of Wallet to help consolidate my confidential accounts and notes-information into Evernote and one fewer products. Todos Historically I have used Things and now Reminders to track todos... But the linking of todos (actions) and notes (in Evernote) would really simplify things. Again does anyone know if Evernote 5 will move us closer to one integrated notes-todo system? Since I have local libraries, I can't install the beta version of 5 to see what is there myself. Thanks. Rich
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