After searching elsewhere and on this forum, I haven't seen this particular issue, though I do agree that, while very useful as it, the voice notes feature should be a made more robust as is planned. I've created several notes with voice recordings on the same day. I created these all using the Android app's built in voice note recorder activated from the "list" homescreen widget. Typically I would use the voice recording button on the widget to automatically create a new note and start voice recording immediately. I would record a minute or so of voice and then end the recording. It would show as added to the note in the app, and I would give it a subject. Sometimes I would add body text to the note, but sometimes I would save the note with just the recording and subject text. These voice notes are all still available to play through the Android app. However, I've synced my account and looked at these notes both on the web interface and in the newest version of the Windows application. In both the web interface and in Windows, only the notes to which I also added body text in addition to the subject line show the voice note, although the snippet in the note list does show an attachment of X kilobytes in size. I was able to export the invisible audio file to my desktop as .amr in from the couple of the notes I tried this with. It seems the clips are there on the servers - there is a bug in the Windows and web applications that prevents them from showing/being playable in the note unless there is body text to go with them. I had read about some people having a bug where content isn't saved when they edit a note on Android that shows the "unsupported content" warning, but this seems to be different since the voice notes seem to still be saved and playable on the Android app. Can anyone help me shed light on this, or if it's simply a bug, can any Evernote folks out there add it to the punchlist? Adding a little body text isn't a big deal, but it should ideally work without this. Thanks a lot!