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  1. Thanks for the quick response... I didn't notice the URL above the note. However if #1 was implemented it probably would be best with the pasted selection as conceivably you could be pasting notes from multiple web pages. I for instance like to do online shopping and put together a bunch of different url's and content from different websites. This allows me to put together everything in one place and decide the best deal. I don't have to keep track of which website I copied it from if its included in the paste selection.
  2. Hello recent convert from OneNote. Love Evernote so far, but one feature I miss from OneNote is how it copied content from the clipboard to the notebook including images (pretty much how the Web Clipper does)... But what I miss is the ability to copy from the webpage and pasting it into an existing note I've already created. Also liked how the original Url is included at the bottom of the pasted content. So what I would like to see in Evernote either from the WebClipper or directly to the clipboard.. 1) To the WebClipper "Copy Selection" to clipboard. Have well-formatted content. 2) When pasting into notebook include original URL at bottom of clipped content.
  3. I would also like this feature. The "-tag:archive" is a workaround at best. I would prefer to not muddy up my notes with information I no longer find useful immediately. When I was using OneNote this was easier as I could move whole sections into a special Archive notebook. With Evernote the tags cross all notebooks so there is no way to filter out other than the search option. Please add an archive feature that lets you not include tags of archived items unless checked!
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