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AndyMarden

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  1. I think I have it - DTLow you pointed me in the right direction. The "Copy Note Link" does not allow public access, but under More Sharing, Android does not have "Copy Public Link" but has "Post a Link" which then gives "Copy URL". That then is a public link. So 10/10 for functionality still being there there but 0/10 for clarity of menu options and 0/10 for consistency between platforms. Who would have thought that "Copy URL" and "Copy Note Link" would do different things?! Thanks again for pointing mebin that direction.
  2. I just want to share a single note as public to anyone who has the link This thread send to suggest it has changed and not possible any longer.
  3. On Android, we have "Copy Note Link " now. It asks for an Evernote login from anyone accessing it. As this thread seems to suggest, public links seen to be demised.
  4. This is quite ludicrous. The response "the world is moving this way" may be right, but to remove a remove without notice and dispute everyone's use of the product is exactly why I don't touch Apple. I did try , once before to get my family to get Evernote accounts, and then had real trouble with concurrent updates of a note. So they don't want to do that any more. It is a barrier to use to require everyone I want to share a note with to get an Evernote account. I want to use Evernote to record everything I want and then, share it with people in whatever way I see fit. The security of a public note is something I can determine. Please put this feature back in or I will move to another solution.
  5. Just had the same problem and came across this post. I use firefox as my browser, but IE 11 had been installed a while back by the looks of things and its setup wasn't complete and was set to use a proxy server. Resteing this and Evernote was fine. Microsoft will never understand the concept of modular and layered operating systems. What on earth has the browser got to do with this? Internet settings and the browser (and anything else) that accesses it should be separated. An operating system for the hard-of-thinking.
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