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hmackiernan

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  1. Thanks very much Xena, that's exactly the notification I'm talking about. I'll try to catch it next time it comes up to show to Evernote support. Hopefully they'll have a more reasonable solution.
  2. Every so often, about once a week, Evernote will pop a notification like: "It's been 3 days ...since you reviewed your notes. Check in on them to make sure you're remembering everything" I have every notification in Evernote I can find disabled and this still comes up. How can I disable this notification? Google Pixel 3XL running Android version 10 Evernote 8.13.3
  3. Ok, I guess that's the 'partial' clipping which I mistook for the 'page clipping' - a distinction apparently too rarefied for me to grasp. Regardless, what I want in the note, as I indicated is: 1) the URL 2) nothing else. Which apparently Evernote has decided I can't have. Thanks anyway.
  4. Evernote for Android version: 7.9.4 Android version: 6.0 The problem: When I am viewing a webpage in Chrome for android and I invoke the 'Share' menu from Chrome, and choose Evernote as the share provider Evernote creates a note with a link to the page _AND_ a clipping of the page. I know about the [well-hidden] setting by clicking on the icon while it's creating the note and de-selecting 'clip full article' I have done this, 'clip full article' is deselected. Nevertheless, the note created has a PNG of the article. What should happen: I invoke 'share' from Chrome I have de-selected 'clip full article' I get note containing a link/URL to the page I shared And _nothing else._
  5. I've had this issue (currently, and at least one time before) I agree, this is a pretty fundamental use of evernote (for me) and it's gear-grinding to say the least When I share (from chrome) I want a note with the url as a clickable link. And. Nothing. Else. Not a PNG of the page, not an HTML-5 boggle game to see how many words I can spell with letters from the page. The URL. Period.
  6. Thank you for that, SebR - that is some bad UX, I must say. I never in a million years would have thought to look there. This really ought to be an app-level setting, not in some evanescent, transient popup.
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