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  1. Here's a link to another thread where JMichael also answered a question about Syncing. But in this one he provided a nifty graphic that's quite helpful! Click on the link and scroll down to the 3rd post. https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/72206-duplicating-entries-into-evenote-in-two-computers/?fromsearch=1/
  2. I think I've seen this requested a few times before. Not positive though. Anyway, EN staff do read all the forum posts and even though they seldom participate, by posting this you have officially submitted a feature request! (Keep in mind that there is no guarantee if or when such a feature will be implemented.) Cheers!
  3. Have you Synced both your computer and your tablet to the Evernote Servers, after making the changes on your Windows 8 app?
  4. Are you Syncing to the Evernote Servers after moving the notes (allow a few minutes lag time)?
  5. Are you sure they were sucessfully synced to the Evernote Servers?
  6. Yes! In fact, there is a whole Evernote Knowledge Base (KB) on their company site. The link to it's Homepage is the first link below, and you can navigate it via the search engine in the upper left side of the screen. http://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#/product/evernote/ This next link, taken from the KB, is the Getting Started Guide for iPads. http://evernote.com/evernote/guide/ios/ There are lots of other great resources available, including this forum, Google and YouTube. Cheers!
  7. Scott, thanks for posting those screenshots. They are now evernoted to my account!
  8. No, Fzlang, I don't believe it has anything to do with free versus paid users. The text editor has been a problem on all the clients (platforms) to varying degrees, from the start. (Judging by posts I've seen by users who have been using EN since it hit the market. GBarry mentioned a couple days ago that a new "Common Editor," which is supposed to be far better than any previous versions, will be rolled out to all the clients soon(ish). Mac users already have it.
  9. Lykoz, I think we get the point. You're annoyed and you want hierarchy. But really, was it absolutely necessary to write three large posts specifically targetting BurgerNFries? Who, by they way, is no longer a moderator. Only EN staff are mods now. Feel better now? And she's right, there are no folders in EN. There are notes, notebooks, stacks of notebooks. To assist with organization, their are also tags. And that, Lykoz, is all BNF has ever done - explained Evernote as it exists right now and maybe offer her opinion, based on years of experience, about where EN might be headed and whether or not it might be more suitable for some posters to try a different app more suited to their use case.
  10. May I suggest that the next time anyone here is due for their annual membership renewal, that you not do so through iTunes or other 3rd parties like Google Play? Buy directly from Evernote at their company sight: https://evernote.com/
  11. Not sure if this is helpful or not, but here's my experience with the newest updates to the Android app as of Friday, November 7, 2014: ➡ When I open Evernote, I can access the Sync function by tapping on the three vertical dots in the upper right-side of the screen, just as Gazumped suggested. It brings up a menu, which includes the option to Sync. ➡ When I click on a specific note to view or edit it, but have *not* opened it be tapping the pencil in a green circle icon located on the Lower Right-hand side of the screen, the new Work Chat button and the three vertical dots menu now appear on the far upper right-hand side of the screen. However, tapping it brings up a different menu than the one that appears from the home screen listing all notes. The Sync option is NOT included in this menu. ➡ If I bring up an existing note to view or edit and do tap the pencil in the green circle editing icon - or create a new note - the Sync option now appears in the far upper Left-hand side of the in the form of a large checkmark next to the word "DONE." Both are inside a faded rectangular outline box. ➡ If editing an existing note, or working on a new one, the menu that appears if you tap the three vertical dots in the far upper right-hand side of the screen, brings up two options, Save and Settings. The Save option is helpful if you're going to spend a fair amount of time and effort working on a note, but be sure to NOT confuse it with Sync, as it will *not* Sync to the EN Servers. Cheers
  12. Dang, who stole the morning coffee around here? (That's my polite way of referring cornflakes and doody...
  13. Hi. We don't have table support on Android, unfortunately. At least not that I've ever seen.
  14. Sorry no. You can geo tag your notes and set non-repeating reminders, but you can't have the latter go off based on location. As to whether Evernote will ever have such a feature, they don't discuss their roadmaps. (Don't hold your breath waiting for a desired feature that may or may not ever happen.) ☺
  15. Hmm, I'm stumped then. I'm definitely missing something. Probably something very obvious. I tried it yesterday, before I made the recommendation. Worked fine. I just tried again. Worked fine. This is with the Chrome browser, if that makes a difference.
  16. Jefito, this is what I was talking about a few month ago on a different thread... Since the newest major update for the Android app, the only thing I can do when using the Share To option is clip and entire page. It does not provide me with any options to add a Title, Tags or Note Text. Nor does it allow me to choose the Notebook I want to Clip to; it goes straight to the default one. Prior to version 6, I was able to do all those things when Clipping using the Android "Share To" option. And Evernote is the only app I've see changes to in terms of the "Share To" option. Have you recently tried using it to see if yours is working the way it should (as you've described here)?
  17. I thought in the latest Mac beta version Jackolicious had said the ability to link to other programs loaded on the computer had been removed for security reasons. (Though what those threats might be I have no clue.) And while several people complained, it didn't look as though EN was backing down. If that's the case, then won't they be revoking that ability on Windows at some point too? I really, really hope not, as I often link between various programs on my PC. I've already said so on that thread, but I'll repeat it here....If we the users, are prepared to take the risk of whatever danger EN thinks we might be exposed to when putting links to other software we own and have loaded on our computers, why does EN think it's okay to take that choice away from us? Very Big Brotherish, in my opinion! Have you got any hints about what's happening in this regard, Gaz? GBarry, Charboyd, Jackolicious...anyone from EN, can you please clarify this for us?
  18. Also, just as clarification, please note this is a user forum. While Evernote staff do read everything posted, they don't usually participate in dicussions. But we do try hard to help each and as Gaz said, we need to know what client (app/platform) your using. i.e. Mac, Windows Desktop, Windows Touch, IOS, Web, Android, etc. Please include that info in all your posts so that those with direct experience with your particular client(s) are better prepared to assist you. Cheers!
  19. I've noticed several user recently ran into the some of the same confusion I did with this latest version of the Android app. The Editing Menu seems to be missing... Fear not, it's actually still there! First some clarification, the most recent update also changed, again, how to open an existing note so you can edit it. Now to edit a Note, locate and pull it up on your screen, then look in the lower right hand corner for a green circle icon with a pencil in it. Tap the icon to Open your Note. As for the Editing Menu Bar, again look in the lower right hand of the screen and you should see a white circle with a capital A with three small horizontal lines to the right of the A. Tap this Icon to expand the Editing Menu Bar. It will slide out to the left showing you the Bold, Italics, Underline and Highlighting symbols. Just tap whichever one(s) you want to use. Slide the menu bar as far left as it will go to show the Checkbox, number Bullest, regular Bullets, Indent and Outdent options, which also appear as symbols. Again, just tap the one(s) you want to use. Cheers!
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