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  1. I am replying to myself: WRONG: Card View still exists. I don't use it frequently and have to blunder around the Evernote interface to find it. It is in the notebook icon in the "Note List" under "View". Still, it does not seem it would be too hard (I don't really have any idea how hard it could be) to expand this into a full fledged Calendar View, where the note snippets appear in a regular calendar. I am not sure what blackfish 1987 meant when he wrote complaining of the apparent removal "old expandedcard view".
  2. I did a search for card and found this post dated Oct 8: "Bring back ExpandedCard View blackfish1987 posted an idea in Evernote for Mac Requests (Versions 10.0 and above) I really like the old expandedcard view. It is easy to navigate, visually appealing, while showing previews of each articles. I don't have to look into each title to find what I need. This is a good design and I love it. The new Evernote 10.0 resolves many problems, lays a solid foundation for futu..." So I guess Card View is gone for both Mac and PC? It was the closest thing to a calendar that existed in E
  3. I agree. I have never understood if they could implement card view, why not just go al the way and implement a calendar view? Now nothing even close to it.
  4. I do not see why this has not been implemented. It is somewhat possible by selecting "Cared View" from the "View Options" on the right hand top corner of the screen and then from the "View" dropdown tab on the left side and checking "Note List" and unchecking "Note Panel" A calendar view will appear, but without the usual Sunday - Monday or Monday thru Sunday layout the way you usually want. I guess it is a minor annoyance that I can put up with, but it seems like it would be pretty easy for the Evernote people to implement. I tried Tusk Calenders several years back but could never re
  5. I was going to do the integration of Gmail and Evernote and read the "Learn about the risks" section from Google concerning what the integrating App, in this case Evernote, will have to your Google Account. But I am more concerned about what access Google will have to the content of my Evernote notes? I think everyone knows that Google is primarily a tracking and advertising company more than a search engine. I use Duck Duck Go as my search engine now and Firefox as my primary browser because of its anti-tracking features. I could not find any info on this subject in the Evernote s
  6. Hey, thanks for that tip. I have ust ignored the left panel becasue of it using screen space but now I will start using it. Thanks again for the reply.
  7. In the Notebook dropdown list, notebooks can be "stacked" into groups, but there are times when navigating the list I would like to close the notebooks in the stack for easier navigation. Maybe some might say I have too many notebooks. I do use labels, but, I am kind of old fashioned and want to stick to this method.
  8. I am responding because I am was searching for a solution and this request sounds similar to my much simpler desire: Is there a way to have self-updating note template, or not necessarily a template. bit as OP posted, an "auto-updating dynamic content across multiple notes".? For example, if you wanted to create a running To Do list that would automatically populate every new note that you created and then when it was updated, by deleting and adding items, would automatically carry those changes on to the next new note that you created by simply clicking the "Create a new note" button?
  9. I second gazumped's method. I just have a notebook called Receipts that I populate with receipts I have highlighted with the web clipper. Very easy.
  10. I don't know how related this idea is, but I posted it in "Features Request" also, and my repost it in other forums and as a standalone post in this forum. Is there a way to have self-updating note template? For example, if you wanted to create a running To Do list that would automatically populate every new note that you created and then when it was updated, by deleting and adding items, would automatically carry those changes on to the next new note that you created by simply clicking the "Create a new note" button?
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