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RNRNRN

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  1. I noticed that too. Came out of the blue...
  2. EN Legacy might be the best. The big advantage EN has is the web clipper and smart filing (at least until the very latest update, which is worrisome) - I use EN for it. Another strike against Joplin right now is you can't save web articles on the iPad (as best I can tell), and I work a lot on it.
  3. Sorry, I thought I was replying to a different but related post - it was about the Joplin Clipper needing too many clicks.
  4. Hi, Thanks for the tips. I tested Joplin and it shows promise, but I agree with Vstk about clicks. Then there was a new Evernote update a few weeks ago, so I gave it another shot, and the web link issue was finally fixed. It was working fine. However, with the latest update, I notice now that the web clipper always goes to the inbox even when "Use smart filing" is the option chosen... Sigh...
  5. Hi, Thanks for the tips. I tested Joplin and it shows promise, but I agree with Vstk about clicks. Then there was a new Evernote update a few weeks ago, so I gave it another shot, and the web link issue was finally fixed. It was working fine. However, with the latest update, I notice now that the web clipper always goes to the inbox even when "Use smart filing" is the option chosen... Sigh...
  6. Hi, I rely heavily on the web clipper and search function for my research and writing. EN legacy worked very well - in part because URL's would be visible when you first look at the note. The new version of EN in my view is less user friendly - my old notes no longer have web links (unless you click 3 or 4 times in note info). Even new clippings require two clicks to get to the web page. I tried Notion and Zoho notes but they have not worked for me. Any recommendations (apart from staying with legacy)? I am a Mac / ioS user. Thanks.
  7. I rely heavily on the web clipper and search for my research and writing. EN legacy worked very well - in part because URL's would be visible when you first look at the note. I tried Notion and Zoho notes but they have not worked for me. Any recommendations (apart from staying with legacy)? I am a Mac / ioS user. Thanks.
  8. With the legacy version, you can see the URL in the heading
  9. I use Mac, so I downloaded the legacy version for now: https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/360052560314-Install-an-older-version-of-Evernote It works fine. I sometimes work in Windows, and Evernote is ok there, as best I can tell. Yet another problem is with iOS - on an iPad, clipping an article from Safari works, but it does not insert the title into the note.
  10. The failure to have titles included in web clippings is a major failure. Will this be fixed, along with the tagging issue?
  11. Hello, There is some type of problem in the the Mac version for notes before the update: the information is there, but it adds several clicks as opposed to just going to the link. See the difference for the same note in Mac and Windows (screenshots attached). Compare it to a new note, and the link is there (although you need to click to get the link) - the old note says "HTML content" but a new note says "web clip."
  12. Hi, my primary use for Evernote premium is the web clipper, saving articles for my work. I regularly need to go back to the original source. In the new version of Evernote, links to URLs for articles saved as notes using the web clipper have disappeared from the heading, as best I can tell. Now we have something called web clip in a note, and the URL is hidden. This is poor design, as it forces you to do two clicks to go to the original source of your note. More problematic is the fact that for thousands of my old clips, the note does not have a heading of "web clip" but instead has
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