Jump to content
We apologize for the inconvenience, but chat support is currently unavailable. Please feel free to submit an email ticket or reach out at discussion.evernote.com. Thank you for understanding. ×

sduttonusa

Level 2
  • Content Count

    12
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About sduttonusa

Profile Information

  • Subscription
    PREMIUM

Recent Profile Visitors

381 profile views
  1. My question is very similar to a recent post . . . on my laptop, I just tried to pull up some notes in Evernote when I didn't have internet connection. I couldn't get the notes. I thought Evernote kept one full copy of everything on my local laptop, and one full copy in the cloud. If that's not the case, does that mean I will always need an internet connection to use Evernote? Is there a way to have my entire Evernote collection of notes and files to reside both on my laptop and in the cloud?
  2. Thanks for the input . . . bummer. I had a very nice system with an app called Hazel that allowed me to scan or drop a file to a designated desktop folder, and then it would be automatically placed into the Inbox of Evernote.
  3. I had a simple AppleScript that would create a new note in my Inbox, adding a PDF file from one of my Desktop folders. After upgrading to v. 10, the AppleScript fails. Does AppleScript no longer work with Evernote?
  4. Thank you for replying. Good to know that it's "normal." 🙂
  5. I scan my receipts into Evernote via ScanSnap. Most of the scans brought into Evernote will show the receipt's image in the thumbnail to the left of the receipt. But about 10% of my receipts that have been brought into Evernote, there's a generic PDF Preview image to the left. I can't figure out what is different . . . the process of bringing them into Evernote is exactly the same. Is there a way to get the Thumbnail to reflect the image of the receipt? (Examples below)
  6. Thanks for taking time to respond . . . I stumbled upon the answer a few minutes after my post. I was trying to do it in the sidebar itself---drag and drop, right-click, etc. I wish there was an option to retain the grid view.
  7. Thanks for taking time to respond . . . I stumbled upon the answer a few minutes after my post. I was trying to do it in the sidebar itself---drag and drop, right-click, etc. I wish there was an option to retain the grid view.
  8. Sorry, perhaps I'm missing the obvious. But since updating to 6.12 on my laptop, I can't figure out how to move a folder into a stack, or change the name on an existing folder. It was intuitive and easy in the previous versions . . . when there was the Grid View of the different folders. I've resorted to doing both actions on the web version of Evernote.
  9. Sorry, perhaps I'm missing the obvious. But since updating to 6.12 on my laptop, I can't figure out how to move a folder into a stack, or change the name on an existing folder. It was intuitive and easy in the previous versions . . . when there was the Grid View of the different folders. It appears the Grid View has been replaced with the List View in the Sidebar. I've resorted to doing both actions on the web version of Evernote.
×
×
  • Create New...