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  1. Posted a feature request here: Thanks for the tip.
  2. I don't share a lot of notes, but by accident I discovered that if you copy a note's shared public link, there is no visible indicator on the note itself that the note is now public. The only cue to me was that in the context menu, the "Stop sharing link" option was now selectable, where it is grayed out for non-shared notes. Another Evernote user pointed out to me that you can get a list of all your shared notes with an advanced search operator ("sharedate:*"), but it seems like it would be simple enough to just have an icon or some other indication that a note is public and shared so that you don't have to proactively remember or search out notes that you may have forgotten (or not known) that you shared. Here's what I mean. No indicator on the note header: Only indication is the "stop sharing" option now available in the context menu:
  3. I'm actually not sure if this was present before 7.5 Beta 1, but by accident I discovered that if you copy a note's shared public link, there is no visible indicator on the note itself that the note is now public. The only cue to me was that in the context menu, the "Stop sharing link" option was now selectable, where it is grayed out for non-shared notes. This seems like a privacy and security concern. If it happens like it did to me on accident, and you miss the notification, you wouldn't know you had made a note public. And even if done intentionally, it's almost certain that some users will forget and lose track of at least some of the notes they've shared. No indicator on the note header: Only indication is the "stop sharing" option now available in the context menu:
  4. That would be excellent and long overdue. In the meantime, I agree with @MissArdbeg. This feels very much like a core workflow feature was complicated rather than improved.
  5. Currently when you create a new notebook, you can select only "private" or "shared." If you want that notebook to be part of an existing stack, you have to take the extra step of creating and naming it, navigating to the Notebooks area, and then finding and moving it manually into a stack. It would be nice if the "new notebook" dialog also gave you a dropdown or some other way to indicate that you want it to belong to a stack from the moment of inception.
  6. For what it's worth, I just had a chat with an Evernote support rep about this issue. I explained that the smart stickers were being recognized by the Page Camera feature in the Android app but that those tags were not being added to the note. Here's the response I got:
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