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Joris G

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  1. As "EdH" said before, in fact stacks do not really exist, they are just a label given to a group of notebooks. In that sense the sharing of a stack is already a bulk sharing arrangement, albeit an unwieldy one. The only way out of this problem is to make stacks real, that is make them an existing entity at file & folder level, and make notebooks sit in a multi-level hierarchy. What we need is a nested hierarchical structure, much like the pages in a wiki (look at Atlasssian Confluence, for example). And then make sure that properties are inherited down, with the possibility to set different (sharing) properties for wherever in the structure you are. For example in a specific branch until say level 2 read/write for all and then down from level 3 only a limited group, or only read but not write, and down from yet another level only the owner - you get the idea.
  2. Let me add: Delete, of course And then it would be necessary that these buttons are available from the toolbar customisation menu. There are a few you suggest which I (almost) never use, so i would like to have the choice, that's what the toolbar customisation is for.
  3. It looks like they're not listening. I just got an update (Version 7.5.2) but it is still the same UI disaster. I want my Delete and Reminder buttons back! As to the share button I don't really care for it as I don't use it all that often, but then please make it a button that one can choose to have on the toolbar or not. As it is, it sticks out like a sore thumb. Re: toolbar. Why don't you guys just add the requested buttons to the menu of buttons that you can add when customising it? And if you want to have Share among those options, be my guest, I will just disregard it. But Delete and Reminder are a must. Has the new rookie designer been fired yet? ;->
  4. I absolutely agree with this reaction. Of all the changes to the toolbar area, taking away the delete button is the most stupid and annoying of them all...
  5. I agree with most comments here that the new Toolbar is a step back with regard to user-friendliness. Please give us back the delete and reminder buttons. Those are among the most used parts of the toolbar and have been taken away. Without even the possibility of dragging them back in from the options! As a long-term premium user I am really upset about this. Bad thinking. And also: please allow us to get rid of ugly green SHARE button in the right corner. Cheers, Joris
  6. I would like to voice my strong support for the request to make sharing of stacks of notebooks possible. Like the previous poster I came here because I was looking in the forums to see how to do it - and then was quite disappointed to see it can't be done (yet). Properties like sharing should be inherited. And to add to the discussion: it would be very helpful if this was combined with nesting in more than two/three layers (i.e. Top Level Stack/Any number of intermediate Stacks/.../Lowest Level Stack/Notebooks/Notes, instead of just Stack/Notebooks/Notes). :-D
  7. Good idea! This would go one more step in "wikifying" Evernote and I think that would be very useful. Next step would be to make multi-level stacks (stacks in stacks), creating a real hierarchy. In my previous job (as intranet manager of a Very Big Organisation) I was a heavy user of Confluence wikis and I would recommend the Evernote development team to take a good look at that product :-) Most excellent stuff, this Confluence, but too difficult to set up for the individual user, which is why I now use Evernote for similar documenting and collaboration activities in my private life.
  8. Mac's plain and simple TextEdit does quite a good job at rendering those exported html files. if you are on Windows maybe the more or less equivalent Notepad can do it also?
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