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  1. Has anybody from Evernote responded to any of these comments?
  2. Actually, this crappy app called Evernote Touch, was actually an official Evernote app, It wes taken out of service in August 20156. Obviously anybody actively using the app was assumed to have psychic powers.
  3. OK, I see what my problem is. The Evernote app in the Windows 10 app store is not the official Evernote app. It is some third party app, which shouldn't be in the app store, because it's very bad. I now have the official Evernote app, which should be in the Windows app store, but isn't. Thanks for the help.
  4. Here is the screen print of the app initial screen in a word document. ScrPrt 1.docx
  5. I don't have anything like that. This is what I see when I open the app
  6. I would like to ask help in exportingf notebooks. The help in Evernote Windows Web version says How to export (backup) notes and notebooks Evernote makes it easy for you to back up your data using the export option. By exporting your notes as an Evernote XML (.enex) file, you can back up a single note, multiple notes, or one notebook at a time. Exporting your notes saves all your note contents and tags to the ENEX file. To export a note(s) or a notebook, do the following: On Windows Export a note(s): Select File > Export Note(s) Export a notebook: Right-click on a notebook and select Export Notes Select Export as file in ENEX (.enex) format from the format options box Select Options... and check the 'Tags' box Typically for the rubbish help within Evernote, there is no indication of whether they are talking about the web version or the desktop app, but in either case, I don't see any File option, and right clicking on a notebook doesn't give any Export option. Thanks for any help.
  7. Absolutely agree. The person responsible has no idea!!Awful.
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