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  1. A little bit of background to help get to the bottom of this issue: All of our (native) clients use the same service backend as the web client (both beta and old). Clients sync directly to the server every so often or when you hit the sync button. The web client is synchronous - meaning any changes you make there are reflected on the servers immediately (caveat: the autosave on the note you're currently editing is on a timer in your browser). Keep in mind that you'll have to sync your client to see changes made on web, and you'll also have to refresh the web client (in most cases). Keeping that in mind, here are a few things you can try: 1. Make sure the app where you made the changes/created the note is synced. You can view it on web to see if the changes have been applied to the service. There should be no difference between the old and beta web clients - note that you should be looking at the same filter in both cases (e.g. "all notes" or notes in a specific notebook). 2. If you're fully synced and you still don't see the notes in the web client, go to all notes and make sure that you're ordering notes by last created or last updated. Try scrolling up and down a few to ensure that the note is actually missing. Make sure you have refreshed the web client. 3. If you still don't see your notes on the web, there's a possibility that your search index is corrupted. This is pretty rare but is possible - the simplest way to test this is by copying either the public share url (it should be in the share dropdown - you can always unshare the note later) or copying the note link using one of the native clients. Try navigating to that url in your browser - if you see the note there and you're sure it's not showing up in the web client, there is a chance that your search index is corrupted. You'll need to contact support and have them trigger a reindexing of your account - it's a fairly computationally intensive process so we restrict the frequency of reindexing. Our servers also do search index corruption detection and reindexes accounts that it can identify.
  2. As a workaround, we have a sort of "hidden feature" you can leverage: Click into the notebook/note/view you'd like to see at startup. Notice how the url in the address bar changes. If you bookmark that url and use that to access the web client, your start page will be that view. The initial load experience won't be as smooth, but it's a roundabout way to get what you want. For example, if I want my "all notes" view to show up on startup, I'll load up the web client, click on "all notes" and bookmark the resulting url (https://www.evernote.com/Home.action#ses=4&sh=2&sds=3&). Note that this isn't officially supported and is subject to change at any time.
  3. akhaku

    URL to a tag?

    That's a bug, sorry about that. Thanks for reporting! We'll get it fixed soon, in the meantime as a workaround you can search for the following query (click the search icon and type the query into the box) and bookmark the resulting url: tag:"email templates"
  4. Frank.dg, Yes, sorry. Filtering the notebook list is coming soon, stay tuned
  5. You can also use some special words, such as "tomorrow", "1week", and "[dayofweek]" eg "sunday" for example, a subject line of "!monday" will set a reminder for the following monday, and "!1week" will set a reminder for a week from now.
  6. The Evernote Web client does indeed support resizing images in your browser. Just edit the note, click on the image and drag from the corner to resize. It doesn't actually change the image on the server, it only adds width and height attributes to the <img> tag. What this means for you is that the image looks smaller, but the original image is still there and you can resize to the original size or open it in a new tab to get the full size version.
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