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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…
  5. Dear hard-working Evernote team: Thank you for your kind mail about this. Look, there's nothing wrong in trying to revolutionise pen and paper, but metaphors are hard to eliminate: We still have physical books, notebooks and even e-readers have pages although the content is highly variable in terms of "pages". We still use QWERTY-keyboards because nothing yet has proven to be better although the design stems from the limitations of century-old mechanics. Also, notes, paper, scraps, images are utilised across a variety of other tools (for example the Evernote app), so trying to force a new way of doing something that inherently has been with us for centuries is a bold move at the least, and in this instance, too bold and frankly, too incomprehensible. We do not write on ruled papyri-scrolls and stripping away almost all UI just because of screen estate while at the same time involuntarily introducing extra clicks for often used functions is just bad design. And on top of this, you get sluggish and inaccurate performance even on the latest hardware (such as the iPad Air 2). I know, no, I am positive that you can do better. But keep the revolutions to a minimum or introduce them in small doses, please. :-)
  6. +1 on Noteshelf here. The palm-rejection just works. Pages are pages. I had terrible, slow, off-aim 'inking' on Penultimate – on a brand new iPad Air 2(!) – in Noteshelf, I can even recognise my own handwriting again, plus it is *fast*! And it syncs beautifully with Evernote. I can't grasp that Evernote makes such a misaligned app, when Evernote itself shines. Cheers, Massimo
  7. Thank you very much! I tried to update via Safari with no luck. Manually installing the latest version did the trick! Cheers, Massimo
  8. As stated above - all of a sudden, the web clipper extension simply refuses to acknowledge my password, since I turned on two-step verification. Can anyone shed some light on this? Cheers, Massimo
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