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  1. i've seen this happen at big companies under new leadership. it's apart of the process... and necessary for change. wish her the best though!!
  2. sorry - not sure how this posted 3 times. dont know how to delete
  3. Quick Context from OS X El Capitan feature list: "...Mission Control also enables you to switch quickly between different desktops – or Spaces to which you have assigned specific applications." EN problem: I have too many notes/notebooks/tags/etc... and though the search function is amazing, i'm often overwhelmed. The search function is top notch, but simply seeing this many notes/notebooks is stressful visually. solution: If there were a way to cut the clutter of notebooks/notes I made years ago & filter my search based on the time I made it (similar to how you can google search something that was posted the last year/month/24 hours), then I wouldn't be overwhelmed. conclusion / feature request: Each year (or whenever my EN gets too cluttered for my liking), I'd like an option to re-build my evernote from the ground up. Here's what this actually looks like - on the left side EN panel, there will be a new column (just like Notes / Notebooks / Tags , etc) that says "Dimensions" (or spaces or whatever EN calls it) that has my 2014 build of evernote notebooks/notes/tags, 2013 build, etc. In terms of adjusting the depth of the SEARCH function, you can toggle in preferences which of your dimensions you'd like the search to cover - whether it be the present one you're working within or all of them combined. Presently, to prevent feeling overwhelmed by all my accumulated notebooks & notes, I've been making separate EN accounts. But my premium purchase only works on one of them... so the added feature of 'Dimensions' would solve that problem Make sense? Would any of you users appreciate the benefit of this? Or not so much?
  4. Quick Context from OS X El Capitan feature list: "...Mission Control also enables you to switch quickly between different desktops – or Spaces to which you have assigned specific applications." EN problem: I have too many notes/notebooks/tags/etc... and though the search function is amazing, i'm often overwhelmed. The search function is top notch, but simply seeing this many notes/notebooks is stressful visually. solution: If there were a way to cut the clutter of notebooks/notes I made years ago & filter my search based on the time I made it (similar to how you can google search something that was posted the last year/month/24 hours), then I wouldn't be overwhelmed. conclusion / feature request: Each year (or whenever my EN gets too cluttered for my liking), I'd like an option to re-build my evernote from the ground up. Here's what this actually looks like - on the left side EN panel, there will be a new column (just like Notes / Notebooks / Tags , etc) that says "Dimensions" (or spaces or whatever EN calls it) that has my 2014 build of evernote notebooks/notes/tags, 2013 build, etc. In terms of adjusting the depth of the SEARCH function, you can toggle in preferences which of your dimensions you'd like the search to cover - whether it be the present one you're working within or all of them combined. Presently, to prevent feeling overwhelmed by all my accumulated notebooks & notes, I've been making separate EN accounts. But my premium purchase only works on one of them... so the added feature of 'Dimensions' would solve that problem Make sense? Would any of you users appreciate the benefit of this? Or not so much?
  5. Quick Context from OS X El Capitan feature list: "...Mission Control also enables you to switch quickly between different desktops – or Spaces to which you have assigned specific applications." EN problem: I have too many notes/notebooks/tags/etc... and though the search function is amazing, i'm often overwhelmed. The search function is top notch, but simply seeing this many notes/notebooks is stressful visually. solution: If there were a way to cut the clutter of notebooks/notes I made years ago & filter my search based on the time I made it (similar to how you can google search something that was posted the last year/month/24 hours), then I wouldn't be overwhelmed. conclusion / feature request: Each year (or whenever my EN gets too cluttered for my liking), I'd like an option to re-build my evernote from the ground up. Here's what this actually looks like - on the left side EN panel, there will be a new column (just like Notes / Notebooks / Tags , etc) that says "Dimensions" (or spaces or whatever EN calls it) that has my 2014 build of evernote notebooks/notes/tags, 2013 build, etc. In terms of adjusting the depth of the SEARCH function, you can toggle in preferences which of your dimensions you'd like the search to cover - whether it be the present one you're working within or all of them combined. Presently, to prevent feeling overwhelmed by all my accumulated notebooks & notes, I've been making separate EN accounts. But my premium purchase only works on one of them... so the added feature of 'Dimensions' would solve that problem Make sense? Would any of you users appreciate the benefit of this? Or not so much?
  6. good to hear. fair enough. maybe the subject of this thread should instead read: Making an audio note is an unimpressive, slow, lackluster experience on the ios version of evernote. You have to open the app, then open a note, then scan the entire screen to find the damn button...
  7. yeah - the audio note function is what i primarily use and it's like finding 'where's waldo' whenever i open up the app to use it. as a 32 year old, that's unacceptable
  8. In short, i hate the design. It forces me to click too much (looking for the notebook I want to save something in) and it causes me to type too much (typing said notebook under the notebook search). Solution: Dragging and dropping is so much simpler, convenient, fun and requires less thought. What it'd look like: User can save four DEFAULT NOTEBOOKS at the top of the app - which are horizontally laid out notebook icons. Under that horizontal notebook line is your "+NOTE" button. Aside it is a "+Audio note" Since after all, making an audio note on my iphone is far preferred over typing. So, I simply click the +Audio Note button... record a 20 minute meeting. Then, after I click the 'stop record' button - it appears as an AUDIO NOTE ICON under the four default notebook icons on the main page - and I get to press and drag it into one of the default notebooks. That's the evernote app I dream of. That's the evernote app I lust for. The current ios UI is cumbersome and wishes it was TRON or something.
  9. While you're waiting for an employee to answer this properly, I can offer some insight. I get the beta test versions of scannable - and the latest i downloaded said it would soon be released to everyone via the app store - that said, i think you'll have your fix within the next three weeks
  10. Just got the beta of INBOX by gmail -- and IT. IS. AMAZING!!! I replaced Mailbox (iOS) with it. and replaced apple mail on my desktop with it. The video on youtube shows off the wrong features. Actually using the app for the PINNING (important emails) feature and for REMINDERS is a flawless experience and has kept me super organized. Anyhow, had to spread the news because downloaded it yesterday morning, and already obsessed w/ how much I like it here's a vid about the app
  11. for those wanting to leave EN due to newly added features like work chat - check out Alternote http://lifehacker.com/alternote-is-a-minimal-note-taking-app-for-mac-with-eve-1684001621
  12. no idea. experiment w both I was looking at Slack but it seemed very similar to HipChat. What differentiates it?
  13. @itgrady - download SLACK. it's exactly what you described. https://slack.com/is/team-communication
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