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  1. My current approach is simply revert back to v6.25.1.9091 (the last version before they change to v10), if you still have a copy. If I use the v10, my workflow is destroyed, like you. I have lots of lots of frustration very now and then, bad for health, bad for productivity/efficiency. I am happy with v6.25.1.9091 for now, till my subscription ends Jun 2021. If the v10 can catch up with all (or most) of the features in v6 that my workflow can restored. Then I will renew he subscription. Else I will stop. In the mean time, start looking for alternatives. If you don't have the
  2. No, for a HTTP link, it should open up the link directly. Not many other sites do that. When I paste a HTTP link in Google Calendar, if I click on it, it open the HTTP link. A floating diaglog/box that the new Web Client shows is really not required.
  3. In the Web Client, if you click on a HTTP link, it didn't open up the link directly. Instead, it shows you the HTTP link in a floating diaglog/box. You click the HTTP link, it open up a tab/windows that shows "You are leaving Evernote". Then you click "Continue", it finally brings you to the link you wanted. 3 clicks for every link! I rarely used the Web Client previously, until Desktop v10 is introduced. Was this the behavior previously? Is this the new v10 Web Client hehavior?
  4. Thanks. Will adapt to this feature (it is not a bug 😅).
  5. Or just use the legacy version and Web version. The Web version is almost identical to the desktop v10.
  6. I have a slight different problem with checklist. I used to be able to have a number list with checklist in v6.25.1.9091. Now, I can only have numbered list or checklist. I cannot have both numbered list and checklist together. If you add the next line/item, both the number and the checkbox will appear together. Does that mean that I have to use numbered list with checkbox in v10? If I use checkbox with numbered list, adding next line will have next number, but no checkbox.
  7. Do you still have the problem with the second issue? That is to use the web link (https link) in other app, such as google calendar, it open up the browser and then redirect to the desktop (Mac or Windows) Evernote app since it recognized that Evernote is installed. This used to be working. I test by putting a web link in my google calendar. I open it on my iPad google calendar, it open Evernote App, even though it is a web link. I open it on my Windows desktop chrome google calendar, it open Evernote Web. It didn’t open the Evernote Windows App.
  8. Thanks. I did a quick export to ENEX and HTML format. I can find Note Link (thus the Note-ID) in both exports. Did I miss something here? Even with that, I think it is still not easy to import/re-create the link in joplin (or any other notes app). The Note-ID seems to be a random/hashed id created by the notes app (evernote, or joplin) during noes creation. Thus the id if the linked note after imported will be different.
  9. With regard to Evernote recreate the internal note links, I think I will face this problem too, though I don't have many linked notes. But I think this is a tricky one. I will need to look at the code. Currently, I believe the import is simply a converting of Evernote format to Joplin markdown format. To recreate the internal note links will be a bit complex. What if the linked note is not imported? Anyhow, you can post this request in joplin forum. More can be discussed there. See how it evolve. @DTLow Care to elaborate how you solve this problem?
  10. Agreed. An editor should be wysiwyg for us to quickly enter/edit notes without worry about the markdown code. I think that is the reason they are working actively on a wysisyg editor. At the moment, I simply use Typoria as the external editor, until the Joplin wysiwyg editor is stable. Typoria is a wysiwyg editor, so you need not do any markdown code.
  11. Besides people who are able code, I see other advantages for non-developer too. You see, we spend so much in this forum trying to tell Evernote our frustration, our views. They all fall on deaf ears. Joplin provide a roadmap that you can see, ask questions, feedback and even influence. Evernote don't. There are many discussion, feedback, bug reports in the forum by non-developers. Most developers take pride of their work. If the bug is due to their work, they want to correct/fix them. And you can see the bugs being addressed, discussed and fixed. Unlike Evernote, we have no idea i
  12. I just started to test out Joplin. It has many similarities as Evernote. The most important thing is: it is open source. I can see the source code. I can contribute to the change to correct a bug or to add a feature. If it goes different direction (like Evernote) one day, I can continue to use it and change it to whatever way I like.
  13. Yes, Notion seems to have lots of functionality that Evernote does not have (some we have been asking for). Besides local notebooks (or encryption), the major feature I need is the global tagging. Although there is an alternate solution provided in Notion, but it is not truly global. The next one is Nimbus notes, with global tagging (yet to test out). But no local notebooks (or encryption). Joplin could be another choice, with end-to-end encryption. Open source.
  14. no local notebooks, but with offline access. for encryption, evernote also does not have encryption (or very bare selected text encryption)
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