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  1. The bug is fixed and now released in the latest update. You can grab it here or check for update in the client. Thanks for your patience!
  2. Quick update that the latest v6 release has tag inheritance. The behavior can be turned off from the Options settings if it breaks the established structure/workflow.
  3. The current checkboxes are flexible enough to be used in the way Jim showed above. An alternate option is to use Ctrl + m or the increase/decrease indent toolbar options to indent checkboxes.
  4. Saved Searches are coming back in the upcoming hotfix. Your old saved searches are still there so nothing is lost. Stay tuned!
  5. This is a bug we're fixing. This is not intentional nagging.
  6. We haven't seen this issue before and will investigate. How systematically are you seeing this issue? Can you PM me an enex export of the note?
  7. Atlas is being intentionally phased out and it will not come back. This is a deliberate decision, from 2 factors: This feature is used by less than 1% of our users and iOS/Android already phased that out. The service and API we use to power that feature is getting deprecated and we do not have a viable alternative. This is also a conscious design decision and there are no plans to bring those screens back. We believe the current tag system in the left sidebar provides all the previous functionalities in a similar if not better form. Of course, we will keep improving on the current experience to allow easier organization. Please expand on what use cases are now made harder, and we'll see how this can be solved.
  8. Today, we started rolling out Evernote v6.0 for Windows to the general public. This is a big milestone for the team, and we couldn’t have gotten here without your continuous input and feedback. Of course, this is not the end and there is still a lot to do. For instance, we’ve heard the recent comments on Saved Searches. This was an intentional change to simplify the overall experience. We understand it affected the workflow of many people and are bringing this feature in a hotfix release very soon while we continue exploring how to best evolve saved searches to be relevant for a wider audience. In the meantime, now that v6.0 is officially released, let’s help as many people, new and old, find and enjoy this release. We’d greatly appreciate your support with the public launch of this release, on the blog and on social media! As usual, please keep sending feedback, suggestions, and use cases our way. Many thanks. **EDIT: the release is now updated with a 6.0.6 Hotfix** You can download the updated v6.0.6 here ----- New in 6.0.6: Fixed loss of tag structure on drag and drop of nested tags Fixed bug with subscription expired message Fixed various crashes Fixed in 6.0.5: Saved Searches are back Find your existing and new saved searches in the left sidebar below Tags Create new saved searches from the left sidebar saved searches section or right-click on the search description Fixed crash on switching Evernote account Fixed crash when importing from OneNote 2016 Fixed ENScript exportNotes bug If you’re updating from v6.0.3 beta: Selecting a notebook or tag highlights it in the left side bar. Override this behavior in the settings Added option to trash the original note when copying between Personal and Business. And 30 smaller bugs. If you're updating from v5.9.9 and below, check out the blog announcement and the release notes.
  9. We are getting very close to the public release of Evernote for Windows, version 6. We’ve heard a lot of great feedback from all of you so far, and this latest beta brings many fixes and improvements. You can download the latest Evernote for Windows v6.0 beta here. ----- Improved: Performance Search performance is significantly improved on large accounts. Note that this will require a quick one-time reindexing. This reindexing pauses when you are using the application. Not Responding states are vastly reduced and less severe, at startup time, during sync, and when searching. Let us know if you still see these situations. Navigation and Organization Refine your search inside a notebook by tag. Tag filter now only shows tags from notes in the notebook. Search for notebooks and tags more efficiently. Search terms now match within words instead of prefix. Cleaner note toolbar. Customize and hide the features you don't use often in the overflow. Access all the contextual options for notebooks and tags, such as rename and set style, directly from the notebook/tag search. Toggle the behavior of parent tag selection from the Options menu. Show reminders information in top list view and side list view. Create a new saved search with a right-click on the search description. Saved search will be added to your shortcuts. Use Shift+Alt+T and Shift+Alt+N to refine Tags and Notebooks in the Search info Evernote Business Personal/Business Separation Switching context back and forth between Personal and Business now remembers the note and notebook/tag you're in. Added option to show both personal and business shortcuts in a single list in the toolbar. Major Bugs Fixed: Drag and dropping a file from a note no longer result in an empty file. Attachments no longer appear as broken in the note or invisible in print. Images pasted from some screenshotting tools no longer randomly disappear. And other smaller bugs. ----- I’d also like to briefly touch upon several topics brought up throughout the last few weeks: Feature requests: You’ve all contributed many valid use cases and feature ideas. We really appreciate the enthusiasm and carefully considered them. We also had to prioritize our efforts to not further delay the release of version 6 to the general public. Many of these ideas are captured in the backlog and will be addressed in follow-up releases. Consistency across platforms: It is our approach that Evernote applications leapfrog each other regularly, and great ideas are rolled out to other platforms. Ultimately, we are moving towards consistent navigation and organization models, while leaving enough room to let the platform shine. For example the Android/iOS handwriting and the recent Mac quick switcher, are on the roadmap for Windows. Conversely, the Windows personal/business split and colored tags might be moving the other direction. White-ness of version 6: While the goal was to unclutter the application, we do realize the new design introduced some usability issues. We are tweaking the colors to provide a great default option for the public release. From the whole team, thank you for the continuous feedback and help in getting version 6 ready for public release!
  10. We'll be doing this over a Google Hangout or Skype call. We'll ask you at some point, if you're comfortable with it, to do a short screenshare and show us a couple of workflows. No more than that, and no need to hand over any keys. For the logistics, look out for an email in your inbox very soon! Please send us the logs and we'll try to reproduce these crashes.
  11. Thanks for all the great feedback. We have fixed many of the issues you've pointed out and are actively exploring some theme options for the interface to bring more life to it. Our designers would actually love to hear your thoughts on the current v6 beta, your workflows, as well as show you some design explorations. We are still looking for several more people who'd like to jump on a short live session with us. There are still several slots open tomorrow (Thursday 3/31) afternoon, and we'll be adding some more next week. If you're interested in shaping the upcoming release even more, and score some free Premium, head over here to sign up!
  12. We have just pushed a 5.9.9 hotfix that addresses some occasional crashes during reindexing, and the saved search bug brought up in this discussion. You can download it here or update from within the application.
  13. Thank you for all the great feedback on our v6 beta so far. We have made more improvements to the application and will be doing another round of beta in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, we're looking for several people who'd like to jump on a quick video call with us to discuss how you use Evernote and hear your thoughts on v6. We'll be running these sessions this Thursday 3/31 afternoon, Pacific time. You'll receive several months of free Premium in exchange no more than 30 minutes of your time. Interested? Sign up here! Can't make it? Tell us what you think of the v6 beta in the forum or in this survey.
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