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BamaBillyP

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  1. Oh this is awesome!! Knew I had to be missing something. Just didn't make sense to take that option away solely on how the note was originally created. They should have the icon on the main edit page
  2. Actually looks like you can, thanks for this users post: https://discussion.evernote.com/forums/topic/127113-cant-edit-with-handwriting-using-samsung-s6-tablet/?tab=comments#comment-570251 Don't really think the analogy works here. A note is a note. The benefit of Evernote is being able to included a variety of items on a single note from attachments, text, images, etc...along with the various forms of input.
  3. I can create a new note with the handwriting option and then can edit via text or handwriting. This is great because this allows me to draw or scribe notes which is what it was intended to do. It seems however that unless you originally created the note with the handwriting option, you can never do that. How come you can for one but not the other? Like others, we have a bunch of existing notes that may not have originated as a handwriting option and there's no way to do so? Defeats the whole purpose of buying tablets or phones with pens if you can't even use it for existing notes.
  4. Same. I can create a new note with the handwriting option and then can edit via text or handwriting. This is great because this allows me to draw or scribe notes which is what it was intended to do. It seems however that unless you originally created the note with the handwriting option, you can never do that. How come you can for one but not the other? Like others, we have a bunch of existing notes that may not have originated as a handwriting option and there's no way to do so? Defeats the whole purpose of buying tablets or phones with pens if you can't even use it for existing notes.
  5. That I understand but if I still want/like the option to edit existing notes. If I originally create a note and select the handwriting, I can save and then edit via either normal text or handwriting. This allows me to type messages or even draw diagrams, what it was intended for. If the note originally was a text note (like if I created a new note on my computer), the only option I have when editing is text unlike have both text and handwriting. It *seems* like it really depends on how the note was originally created but I have a BUNCH or existing notes and now bought a tablet with pen to help draw on existing notes but that option isn't there. Am I missing somethig?
  6. I have a new Samsung S tablet however I'm unable to use the evernote handwriting feature when trying to edit a note. The icon is completely missing and I don't have handwriting as an option when I edit a note. If I create a brand new note I do have the option along with the text, audio, and handwriting so that works. The problem is if I want to edit an existing note I used to be able to use the handwriting feature.
  7. That's actually a great idea..I wonder if you can have the columns sort by data similar to Excel... I'm curious, have you been using a single note to quickly scroll threw notes (and inherit searching of the body text) vs. individual notes? I just don't want to manually open and close note after note to review all activity. I know I can merge but...
  8. It's just getting over the issue of having to open multiple individual notes for a specific tag, subject, customer, etc...Instead, I'm just creating a single note and using Evernote's inherit search feature that can search the body of the text. That way I just have one note and can quickly scroll to review any history.
  9. I manage many individual accounts and each week, we have at least 2-3 internal meetings to discuss them. I use to create individual notes for every meeting and use tags, but the problem was, while the search and tags were great, I still had to close and open, close and open, many individual notes to get the history. Now, I'm experimenting with creating a single note and just using inherit tags in the text of the note like "_campaign". This way, I just have one single note I can scroll to see the entire history. Has anyone else used this method or have feedback?
  10. Just soft. Like a single PDF that collapes has my W2 (pdf), pictures of receipts, etc...If I merge all of them, then print, it does NOT print the embeded .pdfs into that output.
  11. Thanks. I actually experimented with the HTML version, but sort of hard when they want you to upload files to their own secure servers. I have the ability to print to a PDF. There were some issues though, including the quality. The end goal would be to have it all with one .PDF. I have 50+ individual notes from the year, again some pictures, some the notes already PDFs, etc...I just one to have them all merged into. Since some of the notes may actually not have attachments, maybe its an email confirmation of something I can deduct, the "Save Attachments" feature won't work.
  12. I keep all my tax related documents in one folder with "tax" tags but am having an issue trying to get them easily to my accountant. These notes can vary from a .pdf, .jpg picture and plain text. The issues is really around those that have pictures, like a picture of a receipt I took. There are also issues if the note was directly emailed. When I export, it downloads each embedded picture from that email. I have tried MANY options. The best I got was the mass "Save Attachments" but that's really only great for .pdfs. Several of my notes are images. And even though the note is titleled and tagged, if I "Save Attachment" it only saves the image file name which generally is not specific. Ideally, I wanted to select all those notes -> Export into a consolidated .pdf. I also found really bad image quality when printing to .pdf. Sometimes, if its a picture, it doesn't scale the image and you only get a fraction of the image.
  13. I have many customers and have created individual Notebooks for them. My question is, what's the best way to keeping ongoing meetings for that customer? I'm interested in peoples thoughts of either 1) Keeping one long running note, with time stamps to separate each meeting OR; 2) Individual notes for each meeting (trade-off is I would have to open each note individually to review all my notes, but I can use tags)
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