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  1. Cannot imagine how most of the items listed by Urban Ram could possibly be considered design features.
  2. For those of us who rely on our phones, apparently there is no way back to the old Android app. The update is a disaster. Why is there no way to revert back to the old Evernote Android app?
  3. Did not work for me when trying to create a new note. I clicked on "Template" and the note was still frozen. Checkmark remained grayed out.
  4. I just received this from Evernote support. I have not had time to try it yet, but please post if it works for you.... Thank you for bringing this to our attention, and I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience that this has caused you. We're currently aware of this issue and working on a fix at this time. In the meantime, please try the following to mitigate the problem: Rename your default notebook using Evernote Web on a computer or by using your mobile device's browser in desktop mode. Go to the Google Play Store and check for updates to Evernote. If you have one, update the app. If you don't have an update, sign out and sign into Evernote Verify if new notes now save in your default notebook.
  5. I just received this reply from Evernote. It doesn't appear they view this as a bug or issue, just considering this as a future feature. But if they don't consider sort is important to Reminders, why then display the reminder list as oldest first? Wouldn't most people want to see newest first? And why omit the ability to at least move reminders within the list, which existed in earlier versions by pressing and dragging on a reminder (Android)? Here is part of the response I received from Evernote - We regret to inform you that sorting the 'Reminders by date is not yet built into the new Evernote app. This is one of a handful of features we are still considering. Thanks for letting us know this feature is important to you. I will share this information with our product team. We appreciate you for sharing this idea with us. I’ve gone ahead and made note of this for our development team. While we can’t commit to getting all feature requests into the product, we do rely on our community to tell us what they’d like to see in the future. Please don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any other ideas.
  6. Thank you for your reply, aukirk. Actually, I had read your post last night and saw that it was related. When you say to click on "reminder tab" for list view, are you referring to the desktop version? I am working on my Pixel 2XL smartphone app, just upgraded to version 10 (10.6) - don't see any tabs or columns, although I can switch between notes and reminders. When I tried to access mobile version of Evernote, I got a message saying there is no mobile version for Android. Can this really be true? I can't even get the app to create new notes or clip via web clipper because it can't find my default notebook. Only thing I can do is view existing notes or create a new note on Evernote.com which is quite painful to attempt on a smartphone.
  7. Yes, BSeth, exactly what I am seeing and experiencing, too.
  8. I am trying to share a web page to my Android Evernote app (Evernote 10.6, Android 11, Pixel 2XL). When I click on "share Evernote" in the Chrome drop down menu, I get the Evernote clipper but it says "Loading" (with notebook icon). If I click on " Loading", nothing happens. It does not let me select a notebook. If I go back and click on "Save", it says "clip saved", but the clipping note is nowhere to be found in Evernote. I created a new notebook and tried to make it the default, but it is not letting me specify a default notebook in the Settings. Screenshots are attached. I am going around in circles. I tried to cut and paste the article into a new note but the note freezes. That pretty much makes Evernote useless to me. Can someone advise me how to fix this?
  9. I am running Evernote 10.6 in Android 11 on a Pixel 2 XL. I just opened a new note and pasted into it from a webpage. I cannot save the note. The checkmark to save is greyed out. I have attempted this several times. How can we use Evernote if we can't create notes? Please help.
  10. I just updated to Evernote 10 (10.6) on my Pixel 2XL running Android 11. I cannot find a sort feature for the "Reminders", although I see a sort feature for my notes. I need my reminders sorted by "date" in descending order (most recently updated at the top) and also the ability to reorder (move) them. This was the default in previous versions of the app. When I click on reminders, I only see "view options", no sort feature. They appear to be in ascending order.
  11. I just updated to the new version of Android Evernote. I'm looking at the list of notebooks and I do not see my former default notebook which stored all of my notes. Has this notebook been eliminated? I am trying to share/send a screenshot to that notebook as I have done thousands of times before, and I'm getting an error message because it can't find my default notebook. How do I fix this? I am running Android 11 and Evernote 10.6 on a Pixel 2 XL.
  12. I just tried to edit a note that had the lock icon on it. To my surprise, I was able to add to the note (insert a screenshot) and it synced successfully without the red exclamation mark warning the sync failed. So it looks like Evernote may have fixed this issue. The lock icon remained, but did not prevent me from editing the note. I am using the latest version of the Evernote Android app. Hope this is a permanent fix.
  13. I have the same "note locked" issue - very randomly occuring, but usually right after I try to add to an existing note that was syncing just fine before then. I agree with what has been said above - the message about created in another app makes no sense. Often I am "attaching" a screenshot through the paper clip icon to an existing note and it suddenly becomes locked. The locked notes are not in Trash and I cannot recreate them either by duplicating them or merging them with a "healthy" unlocked note. Duplicating just creates another locked, failed sync (red exclamation point) note. My merging attempt did not merge - it created a duplicate of the locked note and a duplicate of the healthy note. So the only thing I have to add - and this is admittedly a feeble workaround - is to take serial screenshots of the locked note's contents, then create a new note and add in the screenshots by "attaching" them using the paper clip. On Android, the screenshots are stored in your photo gallery. That gives me a "duplicate" now that syncs.
  14. I agree. The reply from Evernote is ridiculously weak. You had a clipping function that worked quite well albeit very slowly, you messed it up, and now you don't know how to restore its functionality? Huh? What did you do - fire the programmer who wrote the original software? Evernote, we are telling you this is basic, essential functionality for Evernote users. This needs to be restored to the functionality we had just a few short months ago. Please give it top priority.
  15. Got one messed up "successful" clip and now back to"clip failed". Really, Evernote?
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