NO. Sorry, this is NOT what I was doing. I was clicking a button on Evernote (In the Note Editor) in my iPad, which would "Copy Link Location" then I would Highlight text in another Note and there was an icon I could click that would change the highlighted text to a "Clickable Link" back to the first note.Not to be annoyingly contrary, but I do think this is what you were doing. There was a button in the note editor (the sixth one from the left on the editor row -- a square with an arrow) that would create a note link. This button is now gone (read below to find out how to generate the link, though). This was a shared note link.If you had pasted the link into your note without hyperlinking a word, you would have seen it began with https://wwww. When you went to another note and highlighted a word to hyperlink it (using the same icon) you were creating a link to the note *on the web.* Pressing the blue text took you to the note, but using the web browser within Evernote. You might remember that the note showed as green at the top and you could not edit it. This was the location of the shared note on the web. I encourage you to do a search for sharedate:* in your account. I think (if I am correct) that you will find many notes appear.This is very different than an internal link, which is not shared, and does not take you into the browser within Evernote. This is more than simply a matter of semantics. The internal links allow you to navigate within the app (not within the browser in the app), they are not shared (the content remains private so that other people cannot access it), and the links (when created on the desktop) can help you to easily create a personal wiki.Fortunately, if this kind of shared linking (as opposed to internal linking) is acceptable to you, you can still accomplish the link part, though you will not be able to hyperlink the text as you used to do. Press the icon at the top (the third icon from the right -- a square with an arrow), select "Copy link," and paste this into another note. The link will work the same, though it will be a little unsightly compared to the previous version of the app.
I am soooo sorry! you are absolutely correct and I was, in fact, sharing publicly that which I believed was internal only. I'm quite disappointed as I thought we had internal notelinking. Even still, it was at least a useful function (had i known they would be public - i could have more carefully chosen which notes to share) with the hyper-linking etc.
Is there ANY hope that with the introduction of iOS7 and upgraded EN app that the developers can Introduce internal note linking and make it easy to do with hyper-Linked text? This Would really and truly kick this App WAY up in featurg rich functionality. Also, i cannot imagine I am the only one hoping for this?
Again, I am sorry I was so adamantly opposed to your suggestion, I simply did not "get it". now I do.
Thank you very much for taking your time to educate me and get me sorted out.