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M. Skaggs

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  1. On my Galaxy S4, every photo that I've uploaded to EN - via the EN native app, by the way - is added to an album within the S4's "Gallery" app. If I've synced my EN premium account, can I safely delete this album from within the Gallery app? Or will that delete all the photos I've added to EN notes, causing them to disappear from the EN app?
  2. Perhaps this is a stupid question but I thought I'd ask anyway. Is there a reason you want to create these outlines in so many different places? I.e., if you know the final destination of an outline, why not create it in that program and leave it there? Or is this purely for backup reasons?
  3. Hi. Good ideas. Could you clarify, though? If you go to View -> Sidebar Options -> Show Tag List, then you will see an indicator next to the tag (in your sidebar) telling you how many notes have the tag. Doesn't the functionality you seek already exist? I would say they shouldn't hide it so well, but I am not complaining, because at least it is there. Also, we can nest tags (parent and child). If you are looking for more than that (a tag tree of sorts), that would be a new feature request. Nothing wrong with that, of course, but in this thread I'm looking for improvements to existing functionality, and I don't want Evernote to spend time on a "new" feature that would have to be implemented across every platform. I just want to see existing stuff work well. I'm unclear about what you mean by editing tags with a command+click. I can edit tags by tapping on them. Isn't that enough? Or, is there a particular place or way that you are looking to have tags edited? I don't use tags much, so I might be missing something. 1. Thanks for the heads up on the tag count. For me, it was under View->Sidebar Options-> Show Note Counts. Duly changed! 2. Could you offer some insight on nesting tags? For me, in the Mac version, if I click and drag a tag, the only place I can take it is to the Shortcuts section. I cannot place it hierarchically under another tag. For example, I partially utilize the GTD method, and have tags such as "1-Now," "2-Next" nesting under ".When," so I can click on ".When" and it will expand to let me view those numbered tags. I can drag and nest tags in the Windows version, but my Mac version (5.4.4) will not let me do so. 3. The only option I have for clicking and editing tags in Mac is to delete the tag - it's the only option on the menu that pops up when I control+click a tag on the sidebar. 1. Glad I could help. 2. Click on the Tabs icon in the sidebar (the one with the "T"), choose a tag, drag it into another one. 3. Click on the Tabs icon, use option + click to change the name. I think all three of these are unfortunate results of design decisions that I don't like. In particular, the odd way that the sidebar works is confusing. I have many more brilliant ideas for changes to the app, but at this point, working with what we have, I'd at least like to see the Sidebar become fully functional. Excellent! Thank you! Perhaps, then, my final comment would be that this could be more easily implemented than having to access the Tag organization menu - in other words, to let us drag tags around and edit them within the sidebar itself. I'm glad to know it can be done, period, though!
  4. Hi. Good ideas. Could you clarify, though? If you go to View -> Sidebar Options -> Show Tag List, then you will see an indicator next to the tag (in your sidebar) telling you how many notes have the tag. Doesn't the functionality you seek already exist? I would say they shouldn't hide it so well, but I am not complaining, because at least it is there. Also, we can nest tags (parent and child). If you are looking for more than that (a tag tree of sorts), that would be a new feature request. Nothing wrong with that, of course, but in this thread I'm looking for improvements to existing functionality, and I don't want Evernote to spend time on a "new" feature that would have to be implemented across every platform. I just want to see existing stuff work well. I'm unclear about what you mean by editing tags with a command+click. I can edit tags by tapping on them. Isn't that enough? Or, is there a particular place or way that you are looking to have tags edited? I don't use tags much, so I might be missing something. 1. Thanks for the heads up on the tag count. For me, it was under View->Sidebar Options-> Show Note Counts. Duly changed! 2. Could you offer some insight on nesting tags? For me, in the Mac version, if I click and drag a tag, the only place I can take it is to the Shortcuts section. I cannot place it hierarchically under another tag. For example, I partially utilize the GTD method, and have tags such as "1-Now," "2-Next" nesting under ".When," so I can click on ".When" and it will expand to let me view those numbered tags. I can drag and nest tags in the Windows version, but my Mac version (5.4.4) will not let me do so. 3. The only option I have for clicking and editing tags in Mac is to delete the tag - it's the only option on the menu that pops up when I control+click a tag on the sidebar.
  5. 7. Tag control - indicator next to the tag, a la Windows, with the number of notes tagged with that tag -ability to nest tags -ability to edit tags with Command+click / control+click
  6. Thanks very much for your help, gazumped. I'm keeping an eye on the folders now and won't add or delete anything for a day or so - that should give me enough import/sync cycles to establish whether it's stable or not.
  7. Thanks very much for this. I edited my original post to note that the problem was different from what I thought - the files do import, but they go to the wrong folder. I also checked the numbers between the source folder and destination notebook, and they add up - all 75 files made it into EN.
  8. First time poster here, having joined the community today (though I've been an EN user for quite some time). I've just now set up two folders to import into two notebooks in EN for Windows 7 - that way, the imported notes are separated from everything else as I need to tag them before doing anything else. My problem is that they don't seem to be updating. When I added one folder, the two files within in showed up immediately; when I added another, none of the files have yet shown up (it's just been maybe 20 minutes). Is there a long interval on the import, or can I do it manually? Thanks! *Edit: It seems the problem has evolved. The files did indeed import into Evernote, but they went into the wrong folder. Could anything account for this? Under my import settings, I checked to make sure the right destination notebook was listed; it seems to be picking up the files OK but puts them in the wrong place.
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