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  1. What I posted previously in this thread happened to my boss and a co-worker. It has now happened to me. My Personal shortcuts are still there, but my Business shortcuts are gone. Shortcuts still appears in the left panel, but instead of shortcuts, it just contains the instructional text, "Drag notes, notebooks, or tags here for quick access." I am using on Windows 10.
  2. The shortcuts added to the Shortcuts menu. The menu is there, but it was emptied.
  3. The Shortcuts menu is there. The created shortcuts disappeared.
  4. This is very true. We have 35 EN Business seats. We recently started using MS Teams; it integrates seamlessly with OneNote. I love Evernote, and I will probably always maintain a personal account. But ya'll need to take this seriously. WordPerfect is, in my opinion, a far better word processor than Word, but its market share is nearly non-existent because everybody already has Word. WP and Word are not the same thing, just like EN and ON are different. But to most people, they are the same and it makes no sense to pay twice. You can't afford to lose customers.
  5. My boss recently updated to (EN Business with Spaces). His shortcuts were missing, and it looks like they are no longer on the web version. He is using Windows 7 Pro. Synchronize Shortcuts is checked in Options. What happened and can this be recovered.
  6. Please don't move the New Note button. Like other users, I need my left panel for shortcuts. Please don't fix stuff that isn't broken. If you have an awesome reason for moving the button (or doing other stuff) please let us know. I can be convinced, and I can advocate and instruct my users on the changes.
  7. It is the same for me. I love the new tables feature, and my team will also. But this gap is a problem.
  8. FYI, from my, the print options do not appear under Options. (In the screenshot, Show Advanced Options is not checked; checking that did not cause print options to appear in the EN options dialog.) Looking at a install, the print options do not appear with the other options; they are only in the print dialog.
  9. The print dialog in earlier versions of EN ( included an Options button; this allowed control of what EN elements printed in addition to the note content. In, the button is missing. The print options have been moved to Tools>Options>Printing. This is not helpful. I choose different options for printing different notes. Having the print options in the print dialog makes sense. Placing these options under the program options is unintuitive and inefficient. It would be great to get this reverted.
  10. I just purchased a Pebble and installed EN. I think it will work well, but it doesn't seem to show my business notebooks or notes. Is there a setting that I am missing? Thank you.
  11. After nearly four years of using Evernote like a Windows Explorer directory, I have found two things that are very effective: 1) Tags - as others have mentioned, tagging is a great organizational tool. For me, many of my notes fit into more than one notebook, but I don't want two instances of the same note. A tag takes care of that. 2) Shortcuts - you can create a shortcut to a note, notebook, notebook stack, or tag. Shortcuts are versatile and powerful. Additionally, shortcuts can be ordered any way you wish; just drag the shortcut to where you want it to appear in the list. Using tags and shortcuts, you can make it easy to access your most important notes. For example, you could tag your most important car notes as Car Critical. Then, add the Car Critical tag to the Shortcuts list. You could do the same with health or any other area. While this does not solve your need to order notes within notebooks, it may help. Additionally, csihilling mentioned search. I have 4,000+ notes. I didn't start tagging until recently. Without search skills Evernote is like the DVD dump bins at WalMart. You can prefix your search with tag: or intitle:. Intitle: is especially powerful as long I have accurately titled my notes. With Evernote I am creating a massive body of information and personal history. I fully expect to create tens of thousands of notes in my lifetime. Creation is never the challenge; finding the info is the hard part. Tags, shortcuts, searches, and solid note titles will give me a database for life.
  12. I need to share a note via Copy Share URL. The people I am sharing with do not have Evernote (I am working on them). They need to open a.txt file that is attached to the note, edit it, and return it to me via email. When I attach a TXT file, it appears inline and I can't see a way to make it an attachment. I have tried both drag/drop as well as using the Attach function. I don't want to mess around with changing the file extension, and I need them to use a .txt file. How can I do this? Thank You.
  13. And assuming that my issue is only my issue is also a bad thing. At some point, it is a better solution to fix the software. If I know that EN techs were engaged with my issue I would set aside a few hours and focus on the login. But that is not how it was. The response time gap was an issue for my schedule. I have been doing tech support for 20 years in nearly all areas of technology. I am aware that different issues may yield the similar symptoms. And there are other ways to fix the problem. I never make my users do the work. I am the tech. They are the user. They pay me; not the other way around.
  14. It was onerous. It was tedious. EN acted like nobody had ever had the issue before. I now have a third user with the same issue. This is an Evernote problem. They don't pay me to fix their software or be their guinea pig. I love Evernote; it is the best program/app I have ever used. The company is incredibly innovative. But there is a problem, and it took a significant portion of my time to fix it.
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