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  1. Sorry I wasn't more clear. In the PC app, we have a choice of views (as @PinkElephant noted) while on the Web version you have no choice. When I run the Web version on a PC, the default layout is snippet mode (as described by @ehrt74). But on my Chromebook, I'm seeing the top list view, which is one of the options on the Windows app. This does not use the second column. Instead, the large pane is split vertically, with the search results in a list in the top portion of the pane and the note itself in the bottom portion of the pane. (This is the default format that older versions of Evernote We
  2. I see that on a Chromebook the note list is shown in top list form, while running on a PC browser, the note list is in snippet form. This seems extremely odd. Can someone confirm that they also get top list form on a Chromebook? Or not? I'm trying to see if I have some kind of local problem or if this is really what Evernote is doing.
  3. I don't know if it ever was announced except on Windows. I switch between Windows and Chromebook a lot and I mistakenly used the Windows shortcut on Chromebook - and they (mostly) worked. Ctrl+number goes to your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. shortcut (except Ctrl+2 which seems broken). Ctrl+Alt+2 should go to "All Notes" and Ctrl+Alt+5 goes to notebooks shared with you (I think).
  4. I'm finding the recent introduction of the Ctrl+number and Ctrl+Alt+number keyboard shortcuts extremely useful, greatly improving the Evernote Web experience. But for some reason, both Ctrl+2 and Ctrl+Alt+2 (notes) don't do anything on my Chromebook, even though they work fine under Chrome running under Windows. I've submitted a trouble report, but in the meanwhile, it would be good to know if other Chromebook users see this problem or whether it's unique to my particular system.
  5. Similar, except I see creation date of Dec 31, 1969.
  6. This is an extremely serious matter. If the new EN can't assure zero exposure of encrypted information, it's useless to anyone working with sensitive data.
  7. I was frustrated by this too, but there is an easy workaround. Create a saved search that merely searches for the tag, then put the saved search into shortcuts.
  8. If I select multiple paragraphs of text in a note and then click the "italics" button, only the last portion of the text shows up as italicized. This is on current general release Chromebook.
  9. Ever since switching to Chrome Beta, updating a note sometimes produces a new note of the same name and updated contents. Not sure Beta is the culprit - I am also updating with latest Windows and Android versions, both of which recently updated. However, the combination of these three implementations have a problem. Fortunately, no data is lost, but it is a trap for the unwary.
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