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  1. I have been a paying subscriber for 10years.   I MISS Atlas.   So I was excited to see Evernote brought back geo location search for notes.  It did require an account upgrade but, heck I like Evernote and if I can get my Atlas back..... where do I sign up.

    GEO Locate is a joke.  I can't believe they are advertising this feature (its more of a hack).    It basically doesn't work.    I am expected to leave Evernote, go to google maps, pin my location and copy the lat and log..........   By the way you can copy the two coordinates together ... so I guess you will need us another application (notes) to copy the coordinates; paste each number one at a time.  Put the two together with a comma in between .... then go back to Evernote and in the search bar type  geodistance:[latitude],[longitude],[radius] 

     

    Really Evernote, all these years of waiting, and this is the best you can do?

     

     

    Geographic search

    This feature requires a Professional or Teams subscription.

    Find notes based on the location they were created. To do so, you’ll need to know the latitude, longitude, and radius of a place where you’ve created a note.

    To conduct a geographic search, follow these steps:

    1. Find the latitude and longitude of the location you would like to search. To do this using Google Maps, follow these instructions.
    2. Select a radius you’d like to search within. Miles (mi), kilometers (km), and nautical miles (nm or nmi) are supported.
    3. In the search bar, type in geodistance:[latitude],[longitude],[radius]. For example, typing in geodistance:40.749619,-73.983554,2mi will return notes that were created within 2 miles of the Empire State Building. Make sure that there are no spaces in the entered syntax.

    Note: This feature only works for notes that were created on a mobile device where users have granted Evernote location-tracking permission.

     

  2. On 6/12/2021 at 5:58 AM, PinkElephant said:

    Atlas was a nice feature, but I don’t expect it back. AFAIK EN needs to license it, which reduces their own margin. And I don’t see them introduce a Premium+ level just to make a few users happy that are willing to foot the bill.

    Odd that is a licensed feature......   seems the evernote app could check my log/lat when creating the note....  and use a evernote map to display notes.   

     

    Is this why I can't find any other note taking app that has something like the Atlas? 

  3. On 11/12/2020 at 3:58 AM, Alvin C said:

    You can search by multiple tags, but search...

    1. Type the keyword of a tag (no need to type "tag:") until there are relevant tags shown under the apply filter.
    2. Tap that tag you want.
    3. Tap the search bar.
    4. Type the keyword of another tag and then tap that tag you want.
    5. Tap the search bar again
    6. Type the keyword of another tag and then tap that tag you want.
    7. Tap the search bar again
    8. ...

    But it's much crazier than on v8.24.6.

    Plus I don't understand when Evernote strives to unify code base but they don't unify experience. There are so many examples...

    but i would have to know the tags I am searching for.......  I know that sounds like a odd statement, but before if I was in a particular notebook and searched  tags...only the tags associated with notes in that folder showed.  

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  4. I was complaining  about this too...... the new version eliminated the ability to see tags just associated with a particular notebook.......AND  I didn't realize I couldn't search multiple tags

     

    Tags: 

    if I was in a particular  notebook I only saw tags that are on notes within that note book 

    if wasn't in a particular notebook I saw all tags within evernote 

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  5. what is odd..... there is no explanation was to why this was taken away..... you would think with everyone requesting this feature the CEO, or someone in authority, would explain why this happen?

     

    but another oddity, the other note taken apps don't have this feature either.... or none I could find.

     

     

    also I did reach out to support through chat asking why this was taken away; why no explanation.  They said they have created a ticket and someone will be addressing my concern...…..

  6. In the past, just like the atlas feature, Evernote has a great feature where a new note was auto titled from calendar events from outlook.  GREAT feature.  In prior version on evenote ios... you had the ability to not only select the most current appointment, but you could wheel scroll through other appoints that occurred that day.  Why was this taken off?     I noticed a limited version of auto titling was still working with Android version.    The android version also has the "+" page feature for handwritten notes.  

     

    Looks like ios  takes it on the chin again.  

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