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  1. I probably confused everyone. Sorry. And to answer your question: No. I'll try again.... If I forward an email, it arrives as an Evernote Note just like it would if it was in my email client. Subject is: Fwd: xxxxxx and in the body of the Note is the forwarded email complete with when forwarded and then in quotes the full email with its header on top. Identical to what I'd see in my email client. It would be nice to have the Note be without the quotes but it is OK for my purposes. It works well enough as the base for a Note in Evernote that I'm creating. However, if I bcc an email. I again get as a Note what I would as an email in my email client.... The subject and the body of the email. But I'd like more. I would like to have the header so I would know to whom and when the email is sent. That is missing since the headers of incoming emails to Evernote are not included. My workaround today is to send an email, not bcc and then forwarded that sent email to Evernote. That is OK but not very efficient and the extra step is one more opportunity for me to forget to send that email to Evernote. I hope this is clearer. Thanks for any ideas or a better workaround or just confirmation that what I'm doing is the only option. Thank you.
  2. I sometimes forward an email to my evernote account to create a Note but I also sometimes find it more efficient to bcc an email to my evernote. However, if I bcc I end up having an email created Note in Evernote that does not have any headers and really on a glance does not even look like an email. Is there a simple way to make a bcc email created Note look like a forwarded email with headers? Thank you for any tips.
  3. OP back. Thank you. But disappointed. Curious how others deal with this situation under the current Evernote. Hope "soon" is soon.
  4. As a relative Evernote beginner, I'm trying to find an efficient way to add text to a Note in a different style (like in MS Word). Frequently, I would like to differentiate in a Note between my text and input from others. I have not found an easy, efficient and repeatable way to switch to different styles in Evernote. Appreciate any suggestions. Thank you.
  5. Thanks much for the screen shots. Very curious.....Here's mine and no go..... Guess I can't upload. Oh well.... I used the exact same key combo in this last test as yours. Still doesn't work. Whoops... Bingo. :-) Decided to test from menubar to make sure key combo was now showing there and it was. Obviously the shortcut worked there as it did before any key combo was added. But now after using from the menu drop down, the key combo shortcut now works. No warning alert. Go figure. Thanks much.
  6. Thanks. I'll keep trying. I keep getting an alert sound. Probably operator error.
  7. Thanks for the work-around suggestion. Back to Scott's suggestion: Can one create keyboard shortcuts for Evernote on a Mac? I keep failing on my attempted shortcuts but since I don't create shortcuts frequently I may be missing a step. Thank you.
  8. Thank you. I'll give creating a try. On the PS, sorry about my poor description of the issue. I'll try again...... FYI, I'm on a Mac and use Snippet View. I'll be editing a Note in the window on the right side on the Evernote page. I've used a Shortcut search to get to the current list of Notes. Part of my editing will usually or often involve changing the Notebook or tag. As a consequence, as soon as I change the Notebook or tag the Note vanishes from view even though I'm probably not finished editing. Grrrr... Off I go to find it. To avoid that, now I always Open the Note in a Separate Window but I find that added step slows me down. So curious if experts, that excludes me, have an approach to this. Thanks.
  9. I'm often needing to open Notes in order to change their Notebook or tag without having them vanish from view before I finish editing if I were to just edit in the right window. I can't find it but I gotta believe there is a keyboard shortcut for such a basic function as Open in Separate Window. Does it exist and my bifocals are hiding it from me? Thanks much. PS: BTW, Evernote's activating of the new Notebook and tag changes before I completely finish editing a Note is a real frustration to me. Do others have a simple solution?
  10. Interesting approach with the multiple When tags. Thanks. Didn't follow that. Why don't they show up? Do you remove the tag(s)?
  11. Using TSW with Evernote and have the following question for others doing the same: Is it possible in Evernote to have tags automatically removed when you move Notes from Action Pending to Completed or Cabinet? Thanks for any tips.
  12. Same question. Anyone have info. Thanks.
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