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  1. You're right, I forgot about that - it was individually configurable via the preferences. Hopefully it should be like this again soon in EN10!
  2. The behavior in EN 6.2 had been the following: In the hit list all notes appeared that contain the selected parent tag OR any of the nested child tags. For me, that was a practical function, but I could live with the behavior you are describing in iOS, as well. Only the current behavior of EN 10 is pure nonsense ...
  3. Thanks a lot, @DMiddleton, for this excellent compilation of missing features! You could add the following: Search inside notebook stack: possibility of filtering/searching all notes that are in any notebook of the selected notebook stack (e.g. adding tag filters to narrow down the search query) Behavior when clicking on a parent tag in a hierarchically organized tag list (left pane): in the hit list all notes should appear that contain this parent tag OR any of the nested child tags – this was the behavior in EN 6.2. (EN v10 combines all tags with a logical AND ins
  4. Yes, and in addition: Sort setting should be re-implemented also for stacks, tags and saved searches. And all sort criteria should be available again (not only sorting by name or by date). And search results (not only saved searches) should be sortable. Long story short: Please, Evernote team, restore sort functionality as it was in EN 6.x!
  5. And please: we need this remember view (and sorting order) feature for notebooks and for tags and saved searches - as it was in EN legacy version!
  6. I have to contradict @darioangelo : There may be extreme heavy users like @MvdH for whom an external tool for GTD would be more efficient. But many users like me, who use GTD only for private or for a freelancer task management, EN was the perfect application so far. I find it extremely advantageous that I can organize and link all my data (information storage, document storage, GTD task management) in one single tool. I have access to all my data and tasks, regardless of whether I am sitting on a Windows PC, an Android mobile phone, an iPad or a third-party PC using EN web. That is the great
  7. Yes, this function is essential! And please make all sorting criteria available again: I have to be able to sort my GTD lists by tags!
  8. The Shortcut Toolbar is essential for my workflows in Evernote, too. I could arrange myself with shortcuts in the sidebar if they could be grouped into shortcut folders. So I can only hope that at least one of those two will soon be implemented in version 10 ... Best would be both: getting back the old shortcut toolbar, but with drop-down folders 🙂
  9. You could use the so-called "faceted classification" system (along with "faceted search" for the retrieval of information in your Evernote database). The basic principle is that you don't file your notes hierarchically, but rather tag them according to several facets (= types/classes of information). When searching, you then combine two or more tags, which is very easy using the tag icon above the middle Evernote column. Let me explain faceted classification using an example: Let's say, you regularly attend conferences and make a note for each lecture you listen to. If you would file thes
  10. Have you thought about unifying the sort order on the different platforms? I am particularly concerned with the alphabetical sort order of special characters in tags and note titles. The background to the question is that many Evernote users use special characters as prefixes, e.g. to identify different types of tags and to display them one after the other in a specific order. Or to display important notes in a certain order at the top when sorted alphabetically. But if, for example, the character "#" on Windows is sorted before the characters "." and "@", but on Android after these two,
  11. @May L: This is good news, thanks! As far as I can see it from the screenshot, it looks good for me. The new solution has the advantage that there are other filter criteria such as the modification date, which are now easily accessible (without having to master the Evernote search syntax). The only downside seems to be that in the future I will need two mouse clicks instead of one to see the list of all tags. It would be important that at least we do not have to switch between mouse and keyboard to open the tag list.
  12. I had the same problem here. However, I was able to fix the error using the following workaround (without having to reinstall the app or delete the cache and data). These were my steps: Duplicate the affected note in EN(Win) Add the unsynchronized changes made to the note in EN(Android) manually in the duplicate note in EN(Win) Sync EN(Win) Sync EN(Android) Delete the original (locked) note in EN(Android) Without syncing, go to the app's trash folder and delete the note there once again (i.e. long tap on the note, then tap three-dot button at the top right &
  13. Thanks a lot, @May L and @Ian Small -- looks great in general, but one very important feature of previous Evernote versions I can't discover in the video (I'm not a beta tester, so I can't check for myself if it's really missing): I miss the tag icon in the area above the results list, which calls up a scrollable list of all (!) tags that further narrow down the current search result. I rely heavily on this functionality in my Evernote-based information system. (In information science the underlying system is called "faceted classification", in retrieval accordingly "faceted s
  14. Bug: drag & drop of a Thunderbird email directly from Thunderbird into an Evernote note causes the Evernote application to freeze/crash. When I first drag the email to the Windows desktop and then drag & drop this .eml file from there into Evernote, everything works fine. I cannot say if this bug is new to version 6.17, since I updated directly from version 6.9 recently. I would be glad if this could be fixed.
  15. I recently changed my credit card information for the next billing period of my Evernote Premium subscription plan, but I couldn't find a way to change my old postal address to the current address. (The street address is printed on the Evernote subscription bills and should be correct since I need the bills for tax issues).
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