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m_fiorentino

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  1. I don't know if you are aware, but you can assign an emailed-in note to a notebook and tag it by appending terms to the subject line, see https://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/23480523 I did not know this! Thank you!
  2. Exactly. While I see the the good intentions in chatting while sharing, sometimes you just need to share. For example, I have a bunch of family-related stuff and articles in a dedicated notebook, that I just want to continuously share with my wife. No need to chat there :-m
  3. Chat or Work chat is in itself a nice feature, but it integrates two functionalities which are not obvious to integrate in people's minds. Chatting = sharing in Evernote, but a chat entry is fleeting as a concept, so no user has the ability to notice if the sharing is persistent or not. Furthermore, there is no intuitive way to un-share anything in the chat either. When you click on the chat feature you get a bunch of e-mails listed and then nothing. No way of seeing what you can do, and how you can do it. Simply put: there is no visible overview of the recipient(s), state and longevity of a shared note or notebook. This must be fixed.
  4. Brilliant. At least you could expand your e-mail forwarding scheme ("Email Notes to"-mail feature), so that it could support tags in the mail body / header. For example if I want to automatically forward an e-mail to a specific notebook, I could 'tag' the message by prepending #nb:name_of_notebook to the body or header. That could work universally. Just my two cents…
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