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Cara.M

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  1. For - I don't know - a couple of months, now? On Windows 10 Version1903 Build 18362.239, using Evernote for Windows (6.19.2.8555 (308555) Public (CE Build ce-62.3.7750)), the application never starts successfully on first attempt. It dings and won't open. I run the exe again, and it opens. Here's my scrubbed activity log - can anyone interpret it for me and tell me what's going on? [14500] Log opened on 2019/07/27 10:37:56 (UTC-4:00), logging level: [INFO ] 10:37:56 [INFO ] [14500] [17500] Command line: "C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\Evernote.Evernote_6.19.8555.0_x86__q4d96b2w5
  2. I'm on an iPhone SE, newest IOS, using Evernote. I have audio notes recorded that I need to listen to at work -- but don't want my coworkers to hear. Is there no way to not play back the audio within a note through the speaker? I've tried muting, thinking I'd hear it through the earpiece (aka "receiver") and not the speaker, but no, it plays out loud. How can I hear my playback (without an earbud or headphones) without everyone else hearing it, too? When I posted this in the general forum, I got people saying, "Can't be done." This other app (Say&Go) has been doin
  3. Well, that's why I posted about the app that I'm using that can play back through the receiver, called Say&Go (http://dafterapps.com/en/apps/9-say-go-memo-recorder-your-perfect-inbox) If they can do it (and have done it for a couple of years, I think) -- I'm not sure why Evernote couldn't. So I will suggest it in Feedback, as you suggest. I'm a little surprised to hear people so quickly give the 'can't be done' answer (when, in fact, it can).
  4. I have an app (Say&Go) that records my voice. In its settings, there is an option for "Private Playback" on or off. The description of this option says, "The recordings will be played through the receiver (a speaker intended to be held to the ear) to that only the user of the device will be able to hear them. This option is available on telephones only." And it works as I wish Evernote worked. Why can they provide this, but Evernote cannot?
  5. Methinks you're not understanding. When I take a call, the whole world cannot hear it, even if I don't have an earbud or anything plugged into the connector. I put the phone up to my ear and listen through the earpiece. I want to do that when I listen to Evernote audio notes, too, and hear it only through that phone earpiece. NOT through the speaker, which broadcasts out loud. Does that make more sense?
  6. I'm on an iPhone SE, newest IOS, using Evernote. I have audio notes recorded that I need to listen to at work -- but don't want my coworkers to hear. Is there no way to not play back the audio within a note through the speaker? I've tried muting, thinking I'd hear it through the earpiece (aka "receiver") and not the speaker, but no, it plays out loud. How can I hear my playback (without an earbud or headphones) without everyone else hearing it, too?
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