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Steve Horn

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  1. Thanks for the explanation and for your vote of support. I've used Evernote for years and have a lot stored there. The cost increases noticeably as the years go by and I find all this a little difficult to swallow. Being a "guru", you know that learning the system here takes a fair amount of time spent immersed in it to understand even how a feature request works. I don't have the time for that, myself. I need to get to work. The time you and others here spend reading, following, assisting, etc... is a luxury I can't take time for. For all of you and your commitment here, I offer thanks and apologies for being frustrated. I don't foresee any changes regarding this.
  2. Could I ask Evernote people, i.e. staff. Do you hear my request? This is a feature request. Do you understand what I am asking for?
  3. Thanks for the suggestion. Tags are a useful and helpful functionality.
  4. where search displays complete hierarchy see attached
  5. When I do a search and a note comes up, when I select the note it currently shows what Notebook it is in. I would like to also see the notebook stack listed there. That way, I could navigate to the note through the parent stack and notebook and therefore be able to move/organize of all data I have recorded in Evernote. Currently, I can't organize my stuff because I can't find where it is located.
  6. What does accretion have to do with this? Am I taking myself too seriously? Please. My point (and what I would "like to see different") is to be able to find and relocate what the the search tool brings up so I can organize my notes and better see what is there. I like organization and don't like the notion that I don't need it.
  7. I find it very difficult to organize my notes in Evernote because the search tool does not show what notebook stack a note resides in, only the notebook. When I have hundreds of notes and they're organized in the available tiers (Note>Notebook>Notebook Stack), if I'm ever going to be able to organize them, I need to be able to start at the top level and work down. The search tool works great but only if I know what to search for. I also need to be able to work in the other direction, that is to organize topically and go from general to specific. Can be please add the functionality that Windows and Macs have offered for decades that allows us to organize our data?
  8. Thanks, this is a feature request. I know it doesn't exist.
  9. Ok, well, whether imagined or real, fictitious or true, I want to have search results display as well as note display set up to reveal where this is so I can find other notes in their notebooks, as well as notebooks in their stacks no matter how EN achieves the impression that such exists.
  10. No hierarchy? In what terms? How can there be any organization without hierarchy? If a note is in a notebook, there is hierarchy.
  11. That is a great help, DTLow. Not all of what I'm asking for, as it doesn't offer the full structure available, nor does it link to the Notebook it lists but it does at least display it. I generally use the snippet view. Your suggestion of top view appears to offer the closest to what I'm asking for. So, still asking and for clarification, I'll offer screenshots: two from WordPress (CMS), one from Apple OS Finder window. Clicking on any of the items listed (where the arrows point in these examples) takes you to that location.
  12. I love the search function built into Evernote. I can search for a term and it brings up multiple instances, even pulls from images! But I can't see where these listed instances reside in my complex system of notes, notebooks, and notebook stacks. I might need to find all the notes related to a topic and perhaps I can only recall that it mentioned "kazoos". I search for "kazoos" and there it is BUT I need to know the notebook it's in. It would be so nice if there could be a display and links to the structural location of this note, like most CMS systems offer.
  13. Thanks. GM, I see mention of Notebooks in a particular view but I don't see a mention of Notebook stacks which are truncated in all views. Also, there is no way to drag them wider to see what is there. Basically, when the names are longer, there's no way to see what they are. Terrible design decision. I bring this up so that the developer who's watching will understand my particular request. Also, GM, it looks like you dive deeply into Evernote and have a number of suggestions for improvements. I guess that your work is part of what makes Evernote as good as it is.
  14. I did just that and each source of support sends me somewhere else and the last sent me here.... it's a "design related" issue so therefore it's classified as a feature request. Makes not sense to me so if someone is watching, they might reply to enlighten me or maybe reconsider the design.
  15. There is a limit to the number of visible characters (about 25) for labelling Notebook Stacks. However, for Notes and for Notebooks, the titles will go to a second line when longer titles are used. Why did Evernote decide to limit the Notebook Stacks' display? Since these are listed alpha-numerically, organizing them can require more characters and if you have a handful that share similar starting strings, you can't tell one from the other. This seems like a bad decision to me and makes organizing difficult. See screenshots in this note: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s87/sh/5965872e-472b-4b79-85d5-47c54e8ee605/843620a521b24205e0a5a32718dbfa8d
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