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  1. I wrote a simple text note on my desktop tonight and synced it with the Evernote servers alright. Then I go to my mobile and try to sync it but it's always stuck on "Downloading Headers". It's unable to get a simple 1 page note that I wrote on my desktop that's text only. In the 5 years I've used Evernote, I've never seen anything like this. What gives?
  2. Yeah, I had Premium from Dec to Jan (1 month).. for some reason, I remember being able to see Related Notes until about a week ago. I also have a 2nd account that has never been a premium subscriber and that, too ,had Related Notes until a week ago as well.
  3. Nope, not on mine and yes I have the latest version as evidence:
  4. From the view dropdown menu, tick 'show related notes'. That option does not exist
  5. Hi. Which client are you using (Mac, Windows, etc.)?Windows
  6. For some reason, I don't see anything for "Related Notes" at the bottom of my notes anymore. They used to appear a few weeks ago with up to 3 different notes that Evernote thinks is related. Any ideas how to bring it back as I don't see an option for it either.
  7. A lot of times I've clipped a bunch of interesting articles that I don't have time to read during the day. Since I have a long commute, I'm wondering if there's any way to queue up those articles and have them read out loud during my commute (driving)? I already looked into Evernote Clearly but it's too cumbersome to set up.. and I don't think you can queue up notes to be read. This is a problem as I cannot be bothered to interact with my device to pick another note to read during my commute. Does any Evernote extension or 3rd party app exist that can put my Evernote notes into a sort of "playlist" and have them read out loud? For example, something like a Siri clone should work.. I'll put all the notes I want read out loud in a single notebook and instruct the Siri clone to read everything in that notebook.
  8. It seems like it's acceptable practice to clip articles online, even copyrighted ones, and put them into our Private notebooks. However, lately, I've gotten into the habit of taking a picture of the page whenever I read an interesting article in a magazine or a page in a book. I'll then upload it to one of my private Evernote notebooks. I don't photograph books from cover to cover, only selectively picking the few pages that really interest me and would like to keep for future reference. Is this something to be paranoid about?
  9. I keep 2 Evernote accounts, one personal, one business. Some reasons/tactics: - I don't want my personal documents to show up whenever I'm showing a coworker something and do an Evernote search. - I only have my personal account active on my smartphone. - I share 1 folder between my personal and work accounts.. this is helpful if I take a picture with my smartphone and need to send it to my work account. - If I leave my job in the future, I'll surrender my work Evernote account to my employer as to not keep confidential information.. it's a bit harder if I have personal and work accounts mixed.
  10. I just got a new Galaxy Note today and I'm having a ton of trouble getting handwriting as a way to enter my notes in Evernote at least using the Samsung Keyboard. However, I have no problems after installing the Swype keyboard (which I've already been using on my other devices), enabling handwriting in that, and handwriting my notes with the assistance of the S-Pen. beta.swype.com
  11. OK, here's the deal.. I have many gigs of photos I'd like to eventually upload to my Evernote account. I know the premium version only allows 1 GB of uploads a month but I'm fine with uploading them all gradually. Now here's my main concern.. my mobile devices all have limited storage space (less than 10 GB.) If I were to fill my Evernote account with many GB of photos, will they appear on my smartphones and take up local storage space? Or can I access them via the network on demand from my Evernote account? The ability to potentially have virtually unlimited storage space (over time) is an attractive feature of Evernote.. otherwise I'd use Dropbox or buy an external HD.
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