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  1. Actually I have been experiencing this issue since the first beta. But I have just found that if I turn on "Reduce transparency" in accessibility settings the issue somehow disappears (and reappears when I turn it off again).
  2. I don't know if this has been addressed before, but there is an annoying graphics glitch when using Mission Control (see gif below). macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 - 2016 MBP 15" - Version 6.14 Beta 3 (456163 Direct)
  3. I don't know if these bugs have been reported before, but I'll post them anyway. 1. Weird behavior when opening a note in a new window while in full-screen mode (main window is black). 2. Double arrow next to username when switching to full-screen mode.
  4. My OCD is killing me. The top border of the sort bar is still concealed in this beta. I think you should just move the sort bar 1px downwards. See screenshots for a better idea of the glitch.
  5. There's a UI glitch under the notebook title. There should be a grey border that instead is hidden by the overlaying sort bar. Also, I guess this means a major 7.0 update for macOS Sierra is on its way
  6. I think it would be useful to be able to choose a specific note from the web clipper and then append selections, images, bookmarks (rich links) or screenshots to it. I'm excluding full pages because they might be impractical, especially if not simplified. Let's say I want to research a small topic from several sources. Right now, the web clipper would create a separate note for each new clipping and clutter my Evernote with scattered notes that should be related to one another. Sure there's note merging, appending via email and context for Plus/Premium users or third-party apps that can solve this problem but I think built-in appending is a more simple and elegant solution.
  7. I have been asking for one feature for years now and I won't stop asking until they implement it Append to note via the Web Clipper across all platforms Also, rich links instead of the current bookmarks and nested tags on iOS would be very much welcome. I don't care if they start asking for 100$/year. If they add these features I'll pay.
  8. Is there any chance we could have the ability to turn any link into a rich link (not just GDrive files), like in Apple Notes? Edit: I don't mean all links. Perhaps, you could turn the web clipper bookmarks into GDrive-like rich links. I mean, the idea is identical and it would make the experience seamless across all platforms. Combined with an "append to note" feature it would make Evernote the perfect research app.
  9. On second thought, I think I might be experiencing a similar issue. It sometimes takes several minutes to sync even small notes.
  10. The cmd+J switcher is by far the best feature to be added to Evernote in a long while! It made using Evernote so much faster for me. Good job! Next, make appending to an existing note via the web clipper a thing please! ? I'm not having this issue. Try restarting your machine or reinstalling Evernote.
  11. Chrome 50. Basically, after a few minutes the "Connect" link appears again. The link to the Google Drive files still works, though.
  12. I started using Drafts' iOS extension to collect links into one note and then send it to Evernote. Still frustrating not to be able to do it with Evernote directly!
  13. This is a great update! One problem, though. It keeps asking me to give Evernote authorisation to access my Google account, which I've already granted several times. Other than that, it seems to be working fine.
  14. I don't know about Windows, but you mentioned Spotlight (Apple's search engine) which can already do that on the latest versions of iOS and OS X. On the mac, there's also Alfred which has a few Evernote workflows (addons) that can do that. Another thing you could do is create a global hotkey that triggers the new "cmd+J" command in Evernote 6.6 which I believe is the fastest way to open/search in notes.
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