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emmjayess

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  1. FYI:: During a support conversation for an unrelated matter, I mentioned this issue and the rep stated the following just today: "I'm also happy to report that Find and Replace in on the road map of our new Evernote for Mac app, but I do not currently have an ETA." So, perhaps the "Find & Replace" saga will finally come to an end--a happy ending?! Stay tuned....
  2. Not sure I follow you, but it doesn't matter now that I found a workaround. But for a company that cannot even get around to adding the "Find & Replace" function, another simple feature being confusing and convoluted isn't surprising... 🙄
  3. Hi, I found a workaround. I first removed the notebook(s) from the current stack, then combined them into a new stack. Evernote should update their Help section about this. But thanks for your quick offer of help!
  4. The instructions for creating stacks do not work for Mac desktop application, i.e., dragging and dropping a notebook onto another and nothing happens. Please advise.
  5. WOW! That was slick!--worked like a charm! Thank you so much! Been waiting YEARS for this!! Do you have a web site where I can make a donation? Very happy to pay for your expert consultation!
  6. Hello Terminal, I have a big project in Evernote where I need to find and replace a word in many notes in one of my notebooks. Would you be so kind as to write out the steps I would need to take on my Mac to implement your AppleScript solution? I'm not a developer and I've never used AppleScript (although I've used Terminal a few times) and I also do not use Alfred. Thank you!
  7. Thanks for such a detailed response, but I'm still a little unclear on the concept. It seems confusing when you called "STUFF" a notebook when, based on your description of the process, STUFF would be a Stack in EN. Is that correct? Anyway, it's true: I'll just have to give it a try with one of my smaller stacks and/or notebooks and play around with it until the migration dynamics become clear and I can determine if Bear is really going to work for me. (I have 3226 notes and almost 2000 tags, so I don't know...)
  8. Hello Amystoneus, I have wished for a Evernote substitute that would import all my notebooks and notes for a long time. I do not, however, want to lose all my work in EN regarding organization and tags etc. Would you mind saying a little more about how the migration occurs? Can we really duplicate what we have in EN? What does "the only effort being the need to modify the tags for nesting purposes" mean, exactly? Also, does Bear have a way to easily capture and simplify web articles the way the EN Web Clipper does? Sorry for all the questions, but I'm a little skeptical my dream has come true and paranoid about losing years of work etc. Thank you!
  9. Hello EV, In your email newsletter today (7/25/18), you wrote: "A dream team isn’t just having 'the smartest people in the room.' It’s about being open and not afraid of a challenge.” So here’s a challenge: implement “Find and Replace” and, therefore, respond to many years worth of user requests. Let’s face it: this feature is long overdue.
  10. "This is the thread that never ends, it just goes on and on, my friends! Some people started it not knowing what it was, and they'll continue posting in it forever, just because..."
  11. Thank you! This should prove handy until the Evernote team gets off their collective a**!!
  12. Some good points, but, c'mon, man, adding Find & Replace can't be that hard....can it?! I mean, it's been part of word processors etc. for a long time. And it's so useful for a program like this, it would seem to be a no brainer.
  13. Sounds like you have the inside dope on this--do tell. (If there's nothing to tell, don't worry, I'm sure you're still a cool dude/dudette.)
  14. FWIW: I just had a short tech support chat with an EN rep and, after discussing my main problem, I asked about Find and Replace. He stated the following: "As for the 'Find and Replace' option in Evernote for Mac, our development team is currently working on that, though we do not have a date when it will become available. In the mean time you may use the Evernote for Windows app (open note and press Control+H) and, after syncing you will see the changes in Evernote for Mac as well." I'm not sure what he means by using the Windows app when I use a Mac, though. Anyway, "hurry up and wait," I guess....
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