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Sean M

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  1. I enjoy the 'notebooks' view in the desktop app, especially the list view which is similar to the web version of Google Drive. However, in the web app it's just a scrolling list, which makes it difficult to get to what you want and especially if you have a lot of notebooks. I would like to see the web views emulate the desktop app a little more in this respect. Taking it even further, it would be great to see some notebook colour options (again ala Google Drive) and multi level stacks 'See all notes' in a stack is missing via the web interface as well.
  2. Just to illustrate I've attached a screen shot of a notebook with just a few notes and no photographs. What a horrible mess.
  3. The iPad app has me scratching my head every time. I just don't enjoy using it. Text is super small. If there are only a few notes they just float around in the middle of screen looking ugly. The green hurts my eyes. I already know I'm in Evernote and I just need a clean interface that accentuates my own content.
  4. When you follow a link to a note it always open the whole notebook.
  5. There is a really simple answer to this. Create a blank note in the notebook that you want to link to. Give it the same name as the notebook. Use the link to that note in your sidebar.
  6. Hi again Juggy I also use time machine but I like to have everything backed up in the cloud as well. The service that I mentioned earlier (cloud hq) syncs my entire Evernote data into Google drive. It doesn't have to be Google Drive. It could be dropbox or whatever. Alright. How does this work? Do you copy + paste the Evernote exported file? CloudHQ is a service that syncs between cloud accounts, so once I authorize it to use evernote I just ask it to sync the data automatically to a folder in Google drive. It does not reside on my computer, it just works in the cloud. I also backup my entire hard-drive to sugarsync and then cloud hq re-syncs this with Google Drive. This gives me multiple backups of all my data. When evernote is converted to a file structure it isn't very pretty but it will do in case of a disaster.
  7. Hi again Juggy I also use time machine but I like to have everything backed up in the cloud as well. The service that I mentioned earlier (cloud hq) syncs my entire Evernote data into Google drive. It doesn't have to be Google Drive. It could be dropbox or whatever.
  8. Hi Juggy I don't know if it's the best way but I use cloudhq.com to backup in google dirve
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