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  1. As gazumped noted, it's more an annoyance than anything else. I don't find Note view useful.
  2. I did an update in place. At this point, I don't remember if I tried doing an uninstall and re-install; but I, too,, have not seen the problem in a while.
  3. I found I don't have to restart my machine. I just have to completely exit Evernote and restart it. One of the hidden icons (the elephant) lets you do this.
  4. I just did what you suggested: I saved the attachment from the note and used it to create a new note. Exact same document. The new note displays the Word icon and opens in MS Word like it should.
  5. I just created two more notes as attachments of .doc files, and when I went to open them I was offered the opportunity to choose Word our Hancom. I chose word, and the two new notes now work just fine. The older one, however, still opens in Hancom.
  6. Bizarrely, I can't find Hancom in the list of installed apps on my phone. I know you can't completely uninstall it on a Samsung phone, and it obviously functions. That's a different problem, though, and has nothing to do with Evernote.
  7. This problem started just today. If I try to open a doc file attachment, Evernote Android will only use Hancom Office. It ignores MS Word completely. I haven't found any place to control that.
  8. Tags and notebooks have different advantages and are suited for different approaches. You can assign multiple tags to a note, but you cannot create a hierarchy with tags. With notebooks and stacks, you can create a limited hierarchical grouping but you can't directly put a note in multiple notebooks. Sometimes one is easier to use than the other when you're looking for something.
  9. The whole point of using notebooks and stacks is to help you get to a particular but of information. If I fire up Evernote to get the serial number of my range hood, looking for a notebook named Appliances in a list of twenty notebooks is faster and easier than looking for a note that might be under R for range hood, H for hood, or E for exhaust fan in a list of two hundred notes. This is particularly true for notes that I haven't touched in a year or two. Coming at it from a different angle, if I'm planning a day of shopping it is convenient to see a notebook view of my shopping lists. I do have home screen shortcuts for certain things, but I like to keep my home screens as uncluttered as possible.
  10. Is there a way to make Evernote show the list of notebooks when you open the app? It always shows the list of notes.
  11. I, too, would like to change the default view. When I open the Android app, I'd like to see the list of notebooks, not the list of notes.
  12. I'm having a similar problem. Not only isn't Acrobat offered as a possible viewer, but PDFs used to show directly in the note. Now they don't.
  13. I've noticed that things have gotten much better over the last year, but there are still some weird little nits. In the Android app, when you are working on a list of check-marked items, sometimes a new line will be capitalized automatically and sometimes it won't. I haven't figured out the pattern, if there is one.
  14. Evernote did not display anything on the lock screen or always-on display before. I suspect you're right that this is a case of "nothing to see here, folks."
  15. Yes, I've restarted the phone. I don't know if it has to do with the theme I'm using for the phone or for Evernote. I don't really need the notification icon, since all it's telling me is that I can quickly create a text note. If it weren't there at all, I wouldn't miss it.
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