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  1. I'm running the current Plus version of Evernote on a Mac. How do I print a Note without the title (or any of the other Note meta data)?
  2. @CalS - That got it. I found the offending Note and modified it. Thanks a bunch.
  3. The syncing process is working fine. In options, I've got both "on demand" and "every 15 minutes" turned on. However, every time it syncs, I get the sync error icon (white exclamation mark on a red dot). Any suggestions?
  4. My wife has the Plus version of Evenote running on a Mac. I have the Premium version running on Windows. She shares a Notebook with me. I am now able to modify Notes in her Notebook, add, and delete Notes. However, I try to add a Tag to one of her Notes and I can't. Is that the way Evernote is designed or does she or I have an install or set-up incompatibility issue that she or I needs to deal with? And if so, what would you suggest? If that is the way Evernote is designed to operate, why? What problem did the designers envision that would occur if 2 users could share a Notebook and both add Tags to Notes?
  5. I just downloaded and installed the new update to Evernote desktop for Windows ( (308270) Public (CE Build ce-62.1.7539)). When I create a new Note from "My Templates", It doesn't preserve the Tags that were in the Note when I created the template. In my mind, Tags are an inherent part of a template and should be preserved. - - - If the "My Templates" function continues to not preserve Tags, I may a swell just keep my templates in a Notebook in my Evernote database and use those. What do you think? Is there some advantage to not preserving the Tags that I have overlooked?
  6. I use Apple's Reminder app on my iPhone. It handles recurring tasks / events. Works great.
  7. I running the current version of EN on WIndows and the current version of MS Outlook. When I clip an email in Outlook, it get added to EN just fine, except that if there is a bulleted list in the email, it ends up with borders on each of the items in the list. Is there a way I can stop that from happening? Or is it an Outlook setting?
  8. @go4java - Suppose there was an automated procedure. How would it know what Tags to assign to the email? And then the next email? And the one after that? If it is always the same set of Tags, then type them in somewhere where you can find them fast and paste them into the Subject line of the email as you save it to Evernote, as DTLow indicated above. But, if each email gets the same set of Tags, then why not concatenate them into 1 Tag and manually add it after the email is in Evernote? (rhetorical)
  9. Yeh, each person gets his/her own Tag. On each Note, assign 1 or more people Tabs, as is appropriate. When you want to see all your interactions with a person, click on his/her Tag in the Tag list.
  10. @FrTommy - Here is an approach. As I understand how you have implemented your data, you have defined an Evernote Note as a "speech". (I am purposely avoiding the use of the term "sermon". It could be construed as (1) a "speech" or (2) the "delivery of a speech".) As I understand, you are using approach #1. So, consider trying approach #2. That is, each Evernote Note will be the "delivery of a speech" and do the following to each Note: Set the Note's "Create" date as the date you delivered the speech. (You won't be able to do this on the iOS version of Evernote. Use the desktop version.) Create a set of Tags, 1 for each location where you deliver speeches. Add one of the Tags to each Note. Put the name of the speech in the Title of the Evernote Note. (Be sure to always use the same Title for the same speech.) Now, when you want to review your past speeches, do so with the Evernote "List" view. You then be able to search for the name of a specific speech and see where you delivered it or search for a specific location (click on a Location Tag) and see a list of speeches you previously delivered at that location. I hope you feel this other approach is helpful.
  11. @estevancarlos - Let me offer you another approach about structuring your information in Evernote. I'll use the example you gave about the fundamentals of color and visual concepts and your use this information in your painting course, your programming course, and in your research on color theory. Create 4 notes in Evernote: "Fundamentals of Color and Visual Concepts", "Painting Course", "Programming Course" and "Color Theory Research". Copy the "Note Link" (an Evernote function in the Windows and Mac versions) of the "Fundamentals of Color and Visual Concepts" note. Then, paste the link into each of the other 3 Notes. That way, when you are working on painting, programming, or doing research, you can easily find / refer to your fundamentals of color and visual concepts by merely clicking on the link. This approach is tag-less and I think any Notebook structure would be OK. Think this approach through, give it a test drive, and see if that helps you.
  12. I'm running Windows 10 and the current version of Evernote. I receive an email with a bulleted list. I click on "Save to Evernote". It does save the email in Evenote, but there is a rectangle around each bullet and there is another rectangle around the entire set of bullets. Is there anything I can do to keep this from happening in the future?
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