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  1. antpugh, seems to be related to this thread: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/38550-incomplete-results-from-saved-searches-since-evernote-51/ Can you post there instead and outline your exact steps so I can try to reproduce it? Thanks!
  2. antpugh and trumpetg, please see the attached screenshot on how to find the tags you cmd-clicked and multi-selected. The notes that show up will filter according to your tags you selected. However, if you select two tags like "fruits" and "delicious" with no notes that overlap -- no notes that are tagged BOTH "fruits" and "delicious" -- then no notes will show. Does that help?
  3. It's working for me. Can you provide a screenshot? This is for the Tags view, right?
  4. antpugh, could you provide more information on your specific steps that lead to an error with multi-selecting tags in sidebar or in the Tags view?
  5. Hi Brad, Thanks for sharing! I don't know which desktop platform you're using, but we recently debuted highlighting in Evernote for Mac And though we don't have an icon for strikethrough text in the text editor for Mac, there is indeed a keyboard shortcut - CTRL-CMD-K. As for wanting to use Evernote for blogging purposes, I am excited to point you to http://postach.io/ -- in which a great team (non-Evernote affiliated) has already created a blogging platform powered by Evernote. Try it out!
  6. Cucca, That actually is put there by Apple's system and is not a feature or a bug on our end thanks for pointing it out! We'll work on removing it so other users won't get confused. Unfortunately, we currently do not support text styles, but it is definitely noted as a feature request.
  7. Hi cucca, Can you provide specific steps to reproduce your error? Please clarify - do you mean that you set text to be bold and color red (for example) and the text formatting doesn't match that? Or are you trying to set custom styles and headings?
  8. No, I did not do a refresh. Soon as I added "Test" to the notebook stack, it appeared in real-time in the left sidebar. How about you try our latest Mac beta and see if you can reproduce the error? http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/38983-evernote-for-mac-520-beta/ If it still occurs, can you provide a screenshot showing the discrepancy?
  9. Hi garnold, Unfortunately, I was unable to reproduce your error. I have a notebook stack "Stack" myself that is in my shortcuts in the left sidebar; upon creating a new notebook "Test" and adding "Test" to "Stack", it also updates "Stack" in the sidebar so I can see "Test" as newly added. What version of Evernote and Mac OSX are you using?
  10. Unfortunately, in Mac there is no delineation like in Windows between personal and business notebooks. It is an excellent feature suggestion - thanks for your input
  11. sjnance, are you still having issues with deleting notebooks? At this point, if the notebook in question is not your one and only default notebook, please contact support for more help: http://evernote.com/contact/support/
  12. sjnance, What version of Evernote and Mac OSX are you using? You can go to Evernote > About Evernote and the Apple icon > About This Mac to find out.
  13. Hi dnim, This may be confusing at first, but reminder and note creation are closely tied together. That is, in order to create a reminder, you must create a note first (and the reminder is tied to that note) -- for example, grocery shopping list for June 7. However, once you've completed your shopping list and want to delete or clear a reminder, you just need to select the grocery note and: in the note editor, click the Reminder icon and click "Clear Reminder" or "Mark as Done" (this will remove the note from your Reminders in the note list -- "deleting" the reminder -- but will not delete the note)in the note list, click the checkmark next to the grocery note to "mark as done" (then click the gear and uncheck "Show Recently Completed Reminders" if you'd like)If, in this example, you really don't need that grocery shopping list note anymore - regardless of hiding the reminder or marking it as done - you can just delete the note itself. Hope that helps!
  14. Hi MateoSF, glad to hear you are trying out Evernote Business! What client are you using - Mac or PC? The way that Atlas (map) is currently set up is to batch notes by location, not necessarily by specific notebooks (ex. a user can see all notes created in his company's NYC office compared to all the notes created in their SF office, etc). Is your business closely tied to using the Atlas function? Thanks for the suggestion though! Definitely noted.
  15. Thank you all for your input -- some other improvements are currently in the pipeline for our text formatting, but I agree that we can improve our bulleting behavior. We hear ya!
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