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  1. So it's lame, even Support admits it's a "known limitation". Limitation??? Huge flaw, bug, break...Huge!!! The hugest issue in my opinion. If the search doesn't work in a note software, might as well not have that software. Here's the response: Hello Katherine, Thank you for contacting Evernote Customer Support. I'm Camila, and I'll be assisting you today. I'm sorry to hear that the note you just added is cannot be searched on Evernote for Mac. I understand that you want your changes to be reflected immediately in your search results. Thanks for reporting this issue t
  2. I run EN Legacy on my Mac desktop. It's: Version 7.14.1 (458325 Direct) Editor: 69.3.10951 (15add1e)
  3. Stephane, the search in the Legacy version works brilliantly, especially after such failings in this version.
  4. OH, BTW, in my lovely old legacy version, the note gets found in 1 second. So, I've retired the new version. I'm sticking to Legacy.
  5. Because of the confidential infos (address, taxes info, etc), I've only screened grab what I could. But here goes. Many thanks.
  6. Not sure if anyone else noticed, but I can't find a note I've just added. I see it in all my notes but if I search for it with keywords of the title, nothing. If I search by tags, nothing. But I KNOW IT'S THERE. The whole idea of Evernote for me is its search engine, both in all notes AND inside the note. It's ridiculous. I've titled my note KO invoice template. I've tagged it with these 3 words. I search with all 3 words = nothing, with each word = nothing, by tags = nothing. And yet, it exists, it's there. It's happened with many many notes. What's the point of this software now???????
  7. Oups, I'm so sorry that I posted in the wrong section. I will repost in the appropriate part.
  8. Not sure if anyone else noticed, but I can't find a note I've just added. I see it in all my notes but if I search for it with keywords of the title, nothing. If I search by tags, nothing. But I KNOW IT'S THERE. The whole idea of Evernote for me is its search engine, both in all notes and inside the note. It's ridiculous. I've named my note KO invoice template. I've tagged it with these 3 words. I search with all 3 words = nothing, with each word, nothing, by tags, nothing. I wonder if I don't need to re-index all my notes? At this point, Note on Mac is better. Legacy version is fr
  9. ahhh, but the search seems fantastic and in note searching too. But thanks for pointing that out. I realise how much I missed my old EN version. Maybe thay should still offer it to us for a bit cheaper...
  10. Indeed. I was a power user. Couldn't live without Evernote. Now that Notes in Mac, on both desktop and app, is super more elaborated and has great search, and is free, I prefer to go with that now. Instead of paying 150 CAD$. I'll wait to make sure I can do the same thing with all my notes and then make the move. I totally respect this app, it's just time to move on, especially with this new version that caters to different needs.
  11. Thank you PE. I've just chatted with Evernote support. He said they're working on adding that feature to the new Evernote. The only way to export all notes is with the Legacy version, which I've downloaded. I also asked him if he was aware how disgruntled people are with the new version, and referred him to this post: I'm sure they are aware by now. In any case, thank you everyone for all your help. I'm not sure I'll be participating much longer. Katherine
  12. I promise you I have opened the panel. I think we're not understanding one another. Are you on Windows? That would explain why I can't seem to see what you see. I have version 10.8.5
  13. If I go into a stack then I have all my notes, I select all but only 50 will export at at time. Are you with a Mac? You must be with Windows. In any case, I'll ring them in the morning.
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