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  1. ”When you can, click Share... instead of Copy, and use the copy button in the share sheet.“ By https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/resolved-how-do-i-paste-without-including-formatting.2019193/ It just works.
  2. It is 2018 now, on iPad running iOS 11, you can run Evernote app and the target app, for example, Finder app, side by side, then you can drag the audio file from Evernote and drop it in Finder.
  3. I do some Google search and find that there is no way to do it, only some workarounds, I work out the way below: Add all the notebooks whose notes are OK for show to others and usually used by me in workplace to one stack, for example, named “Work”, for me, almost half of my notebooks are put into this stack. Save the customised search “stack:Work” to the shortcut list in the sidebar. In workplace, for any search, firstly click this shortcut, then “stack:Work” will automatically added to the search field, no matter which search criteria will be appended by you, the list of notes shown will be from this stack and so safe. And once you keep the “stack:Work” in the search field, you are free to exposing any embarrassing notes. I also like the new “Cmd+J” shortcut, but in the search field conjured by it will not keep the “stack:Work”, another workaround is to leverage one text expander app, I use aText, to quickly add “stack:Work”.
  4. I do some Google search and find that there is no way to do it, only some workarounds, I work out the way below: Add all the notebooks whose notes are OK for show to others and usually used by me in workplace to one stack, for example, named “Work”, for me, almost half of my notebooks are put into this stack. Save the customised search “stack:Work” to the shortcut list in the sidebar. In workplace, for any search, firstly click this shortcut, then “stack:Work” will automatically added to the search field, no matter which search criteria will be appended by you, the list of notes shown will be from this stack and so safe. And once you keep the “stack:Work” in the search field, you are free to exposing any embarrassing notes. I also like the new “Cmd+J” shortcut, but in the search field conjured by it will not keep the “stack:Work”, another workaround is to leverage one text expander app, I use aText, to quickly add “stack:Work”.
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