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RosscoM

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  1. Perhaps email-to-Evernote would be a faster solution for you, using the same Rube Goldberg setup you already have.
  2. I'm not sure I understand your workflow, and I've never had an Eye-Fi card, but I'll mention that IFTTT supports Evernote. So maybe there's a solution there via Dropbox or somesuch. https://ifttt.com/evernote
  3. Ha! Well, it seems Evernote has "fixed" this problem by removing the Places feature completely. I won't miss it, given that it wasn't very useful.
  4. I was not all happy with the previous version, so I do consider this one a step forward. But I would like to see the bug (?) addressed where photo thumbnails are always shown in landscape orientation, even when the photo is taken in portrait orientation.
  5. I like Drafts a lot, but I've noticed that Notes created using it don't have any location data associated with them. Any ideas on how to avoid this problem?
  6. I think this new design is much better than the last version, which I viewed as very flawed. But I do miss the blue indicator if a note has been synced. I'm also experiencing a problem with portrait iPhone photos in a note. They're coming out rotated 90-degrees in both thumbnail view, and on the Evernote web client. The last version of Evernote on the iPhone would display and rotate these to the correct orientation.
  7. Sorry, travelfan, I appreciate the effort but your app is no substitute. I did try it out, but it requires you to tag every note that you want to appear in the map. And the tag has to contain the geolocation information. That's not useful, in my opinion, as Evernote has already attached the note's location so having to manually repeat it inside your tag seems silly. I'm sure there's some sort of reason, but for me, it's too much work and does not provide the great functionality that Evernote used to have before they changed the UI.
  8. Sadly, Atlas isn't very useful because its focus is too high level. You can't see locations for a notebook, only all your notebooks at one. RyEN - In case you weren't aware, you can edit a location of a note using the Web access to your notebook. See http://www.gordonmeyer.com/2012/01/how-to-change-the-location-data-of-an-evernote-note.html
  9. Don't waste your time fiddling with device-side workarounds. (Turn off networking, paste, quit, do a little dance, etc.) It is already acknowledged to be a server-side error so there's nothing you can do except (im)patiently wait for them to finally fix it for good.
  10. funny how EN staff continue to respond to threads that pat them on the back, but when there is a complaint, it's met with nothing but silence.
  11. Any ETA on the fix being deployed? I have experienced this problem every single day this year. (How's that for melodramatic!)
  12. The new Atlas view is missing the ability to filter notes. It only shows you all notes, from all notebooks. Not very useful for me. Even in 5.0.4.
  13. EN4 for iPhone used to allow you to view places per notebook. This feature has been removed in EN5, quite sadly. It seems odd that Evernote would rip out a useful feature like that, but they have.
  14. Unlike Mike, I'm skeptical that filtering notes on Atlas will ever return, after it was ignobly removed from EN4 for iPhone. I'm in complete agreement that Atlas needs a lot of attention to make it useful.
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