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TimTamTom

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  1. Thanx. That's why I thought to give it another little +1 to bring it up again here in the forums. I don't know of any other way in the Evernote world to promote ideas for functionality/development, so I thought this might be the place (other companies have voteboxes, specific people to deal with user requests etc. With Evernote it's a bit ambiguous to me....)
  2. Good to see all the comments here. jbenson2 - Regarding ur recommendation for a food-app, I only used that as an example (as I mentioned a few times). I'm dealing more with music projects and tasks actually :-) I also wouldn't mind if the current tagging limitations stay, but then I would expect at some point a deeper hierarchy indentation with notebook/stacks (deeper than 1 level). It's also the inconsistency in how the web-ios-windows apps all behave that causes me for a lot of confusion in this regard (mainly the fact that tags are not presented in an indented format at all on ios! along many other inconsistencies...:-( )
  3. Sooo... it's been a while, people been asking for this feature in several posts, what's new? Evernote premium support team to the rescue? I'm posting this comment also here btw. Just wanted to share why I see this as essential: In general, seeing notes in indented/"child" tags should be possible to do so just like we can see all the notes when looking at a stack of notebooks, even the "child" notebooks. Example - In order to make things simpler, I, like many other, use a minimum amount of notebooks and based most of my activity on tags (for greater flexibility with multi-level indenting, and multi-tagging, unlike notebooks). So I have an REFERENCE notebook for all non-action/project items, and for this example let's use: FOODFav WinesFav CheeseRestaurants2go2FavoritesVeggie friendlyRecipes2tryFavoritesFrom MomSOUPSHotColdCOCKTAILSUNDER30minetc etc etc etc...So as you can see I can't use a notebook for it due to the deep level of indentation (thumbs up for allowing this to happen in notebooks! :-)) But then when I'm creating that in Tags I run into the problem of not finding the notes I need cause I don't always remember exactly which in what category of "recipes" I've entered "summer pie" - was it in "from mom"? 2try?I would just like to have a quick look on ALL notes inside the parent-tag Recipes. Now this is a very specific example, and perhaps a bit silly (it's only food right? ;-) you even have a separate app for that) but this is true for any other use of tags in a multi-layer indenting format. I'm positive many other can identify with that, and especially users of TheSecretWeapon! Would love a respond to how the EN team are going to solve it soon (Multi-indentation of notebooks/stacks finally? Or via adding the ability to see all notes inside "parent" tags) All the best
  4. Sooo... it's been a while, people been asking for this feature in several posts, what's new? Evernote premium support team to the rescue? I'm posting this comment also here btw. Just wanted to share why I see this as essential: In general, seeing notes in indented/"child" tags should be possible to do so just like we can see all the notes when looking at a stack of notebooks, even the "child" notebooks. Example - In order to make things simpler, I, like many other, use a minimum amount of notebooks and based most of my activity on tags (for greater flexibility with multi-level indenting, and multi-tagging, unlike notebooks). So I have an REFERENCE notebook for all non-action/project items, and for this example let's use: FOODFav WinesFav CheeseRestaurants2go2FavoritesVeggie friendlyRecipes2tryFavoritesFrom MomSOUPSHotColdCOCKTAILSUNDER30minetc etc etc etc...So as you can see I can't use a notebook for it due to the deep level of indentation (thumbs up for allowing this to happen in notebooks! :-)) But then when I'm creating that in Tags I run into the problem of not finding the notes I need cause I don't always remember exactly which in what category of "recipes" I've entered "summer pie" - was it in "from mom"? 2try?I would just like to have a quick look on ALL notes inside the parent-tag Recipes. Now this is a very specific example, and perhaps a bit silly (it's only food right? ;-) you even have a separate app for that) but this is true for any other use of tags in a multi-layer indenting format. I'm positive many other can identify with that, and especially users of TheSecretWeapon! Would love a respond to how the EN team are going to solve it soon (Multi-indentation of notebooks/stacks finally? Or via adding the ability to see all notes inside "parent" tags) All the best
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