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jjmcgaffey

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  1. I have Evernote on quite a few devices - two computers, two tablets, and a phone (was two phones, but I just revoked access for the old one). In the Devices list in Settings, the computers (both Windows) have names - the names that are set for them, in the computer itself. The three Android devices are identified purely by model number. I have very little idea which one is which - I have to do some investigation, every time, as to which one is T210R and which is P5210, etc. The phone & tablets have names, they know their names - each show up with their names in a Bluetooth connection and certain wireless connections. I would like to be able, at a minimum, to change the displayed name in the Devices list - ideally, Evernote would be able to see the name of the device and use it, the way it does for Windows computers, but at least let me edit the display name so that I can see which is which and which got used recently. If this is possible and I'm just not seeing it, please tell me how!
  2. The android version has this option - there, the auto-title is location and "calendar event, if available". There's a checkbox in Settings to make that stop happening. I just opened the Windows app for the first time in several weeks, got an auto-title (arrgh! Agree with OP), and went to Settings - I was very surprised not to find that option anywhere. Please add this to the Windows (& Mac? & web?) version!
  3. Thanks! I'm so used to being a free user it never occurred to me to go to support. I'll do that, as soon as I have time. The problem with just getting a link is that I then have to think about the whole thing again to get the actual recipe. I tend not to, which is why I have 22K Twitter likes, many of which are things I wanted to copy into Evernote before the share clipping existed (or before I was aware of it, which is probably not the same thing). Right now I tend to select (which is a pain, on Android) and copy just the recipe, then create an Evernote note - 3-5 minutes, rather than 30 seconds. I also have a bunch of notes with all the extra stuff, which I plan to edit in Evernote on the computer and make useful - when I get around to it...
  4. I use Evernote, often, to get recipes off the web. Many recipe websites have a Print button by each recipe, which simplifies the formatting, removes most ads, and leaves out the rambling discussion of the recipe. I used to, I think always, be able to click that button, see the simplified version, tell Evernote to share, and get that version saved (as Save Full Webpage). As of about a month ago (not sure exactly when), it works on only a couple websites; for most sites, now (including ones where it worked earlier), I go to the Print version, tell Evernote to share, and what's saved is the full version with all the irrelevant stuff. I'm not sure where the change is - Print version still works on a (very) few websites, but most, including ones where it worked before, it doesn't. And the change was abrupt, across many websites, which is why I suspect it's an Evernote thing rather than the websites. Is there a setting that's changed, and changeable? Is this the way Evernote works now (greatly reducing its functionality for me)? Is this the way Premium works, while the free version just gives you what you're seeing - I upgraded (because I use Evernote on multiple devices) just about the time this happened - (oh no)? Any advice?
  5. Yet another "me too". Currently running 4.6.4, it's been happening, every time I boot the computer (I think - most times, anyway), for...a long time. Months, if not a year. I have Evernote set to start with Windows; I can't tell if it actually does. I get the error message (about the token), then go to my shortcut and start it. The icon then appears in the system tray, but not until then. I've never seen the error except at boot. Win 7 Pro (actually, it started while I was on Win 7 HP, I upgraded).
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