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burabil

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  1. Sir, I'm positive "the shortcuts from 6 months ago" are pushed to my Evernote account. I have notes for month overviews saying 2017 August, 2017 July, and so on. I remove the shortcuts to those notes when the month is over. So, today the shortcut of 2017 February appeared on the list again on my Windows client and the more recent shortcuts disappeared. Oh, wait a minute, I'm sorry that makes "five and a half months." My Bad! How do they obtain it? I don't know. I didn't program it. I'm not the "guru." They are Notes shortcuts.
  2. I use Evernote on three devices iPhone, iPad, and Windows PC. I modify the shortcuts every week to keep track of my schedule in Evernote. I see sometimes that the shortcuts are not synced properly. The shortcuts of the previous week override the shortcuts of the current week on my PC, after using iPad for example. One week difference on itself was not a big problem for me. However, today, I ran into a disaster, after using my iPad, Evernote decided to sync the shortcuts of six months ago and to remove the shortcuts of this week. This is a big problem for me and makes me question whether I want to keep the premium version next year. Is there a way to get the latest version of the shortcuts? Or are they lost forever and we should not expect from Evernote that the shortcuts will be synced properly across different platforms. This seems to be a problem of the latest iOS version, because I didn't have this problem with the previous versions before 8.0.
  3. Thank you for the tip and your support for the feature request. I wasn't aware of the steps 1 and 2 and I am definitely going to use them. I am already using the steps 3 through 6. In either case, it shouldn't be difficult for the Evernote team to implement the original proposal above. Huge time saver and this will dramatically improve the value the power users receive from Evernote.
  4. I have been using Evernote for more than a year now. The feature that I am missing the most is to create a new note within a note, like I would do in a wiki. For example: Select a word or a phrase. Right Click In the context menu: click on create a new note. A new note is created with the selected text as the header A link to the new note is placed in the existing note with the selected text as anchor.Some benefits This feature could convert a lot of personal wiki users to Evernote.Saves a lot of time: no need to create a new note, edit it, copy a link to that note, and paste it to the existing note.Saves some trouble too. If you forget to put the link to the existing note, that association between the notes that you need is lost forever.Hope this inspires the Evernote team to implement this feature. Thanks for the nice product anyway.
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