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  1. no i'm subscribing for the other stuff...and this note history feature just pushed me over the edge. i've been considering it for some time. the working btwn 2 devices really was the convincer though. online chat is quite responsive i will say though. thanks again for your help!
  2. Thanks gazumped! I just checked and I had Background app refresh set for Evernote, so I was hoping that that would cover my syncing. I don't recall honestly if after I wrote the note, I had my iPad active and open; having closed it may have cut it off from any background activity but sometimes background app refresh happens for some apps even when the device is closed/asleep. As for the Note History, I'm not seeing anything under that. When I tape the "i" icon, I just see a map and "Updated: Today." I recall seeing Note History that was more extensive but but maybe that was only on the pay version?? ooohh...i'm feeling my wallet opening to upgrade....
  3. I am on the verge of the paid version of Evernote but in the meantime restricting myself to 2 devices: iPhone and iPad. I wrote in a note with an update note on my iPad last night. Didn't manually sync the iPad to the cloud, just closed it. Later in the night, go to the same note on my iPhone, which doesn't have the new stuff from the iPad on it. But figured I'll write in that note on the iPhone and sync it all later, relying on conflict resolution to detect which it's done before many times successfully. This morning, using my iPhone as a personal hotspot, I go to sync the iPad's Evernote. I can see the original updated iPad note and the iPhone just has the more recent note. Seconds later, the Evernote iPad notes are gone and replaced with only the new iPhone note. Nothing more. The iPad note missing, no conceivable way to retrieve it. Not sure if there's some history or other manner but will look into it. Regardless, I counted on conflict resolution to at least notify me, not have things overwritten and gone for good. Figuring also that just b/c I used personal hotspot it didn't assume the iPhone is the boss and blows away everything else.
  4. slight oddity (bug?) on scrolling down on the mac client under Notebooks tab: i couldn't see Trash until I resized the window and refreshed the tab by clicking twice. initially, it just stopped at however many notebooks filled the vertical column on the left.
  5. This was just some weirdness I never really looked into: new note titles appearing populated with arcane references to what I thought was Facebook. I just ignored it and, in all cases, deleted what appeared there and put my own title in. Then I decided to look into this b/c it was just too weird and bothersome. I just spent some time reading this topic which explains the note titles are some predictive typing feature in iOS that pulls data from my calendar. (Don't even get me started as to how or why my Google calendar pulls in Facebook event data which is 99% of the time just some weird event some friend has that I care nothing about.) I can ignore it in Calendar and Facebook, but to have it popup in Evernote really made no sense whatsoever. It doesn't explain why I can't turn it off in this thread, but I poked around and found the feature on the iPad in Settings>General. So maybe this is an update for people still bothered by this feature not knowing how to turn it off. This thread, which was most active in 2012, didn't conclude with the answer. http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/24126-bug-calendar-title-shows-up-as-note-title-in-evernote-why/page-3?locale=en Otherwise, I'm a big fan of Evernote, but this was really absurd. Thanks for listening... lee
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