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  1. After poking around some more, I discovered this work around: Paste all the tags you want to export into a single note. Open that note, and select one of the tags, then ‘select all’Copy and open a word doc.Paste the clipboard into the word doc.Do a find replace that replaces commas ‘,’ with a returnNow you have a list of your tags.
  2. Thanks for this lead, Lindsey, I spent some time on the site, and couldn't find the script. Can you possibly guide us to the page? Thanks!
  3. I should mention that even though I just complained about the FAQ and sync, the layout and functionality of Gneo as a workflow organizer is very appealing. Still in my first few days of using it, but it's one of the best 'to do manager' concepts I've used (and I've tried lots).
  4. As far as I know, this has not changed in Evernote. According to the developer API (http://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/data_structure.php, http://dev.evernote.com/doc/reference/Types.html#Struct_Notebook), a stack is just a string in a notebook data structure, so doesn't have any separate existence on its own and therefore cannot have substacks. Admittedly, the docs could be out of date, though. I have no idea how Gneo does what it does when integrating with Evernote.
  5. Has this changed? I've started using Gneo, and it creates a 'sub stack' like a ghost, that assigns notes that synch with gneo to a substack that goes across all notebooks. I can search and find them all by searching stack:gneo, but I can't take an existing EN note and add it to the gneo stack. I'd sure like some help doing that, if anyone can help me. I'm trying to upload all of my existin to dos into this new system by adding them to that 'substack'.
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