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  1. It's fairly commonly known that you can just highlight the line of text and drag it around.... albeit, it's a bit clunky. But, today, I discovered a little game changer. Now it's not as elegant as shift + alt + arrow (up or down), but it'll certainly do for now. For a list with a number, bullet, or checkbox at the beginning of each line--if you hover over the number, bullet, or checkbox--you will see a little hand appear. Once the hand appears, you can left click, and easily drag the item (or line) up or down the list.
  2. It's not as elegant as alt + shift + arrow (up or down), but here is the workaround I just discovered. For any list that is numbered, bulleted, or has a checkbox at the beginning of each line--if you hover over the number number or checkbox--you will see a little hand appear. Once the hand appears, you can left click, and easily drag the item (or line) up or down the list.
  3. It's fairly commonly known that you can just highlight the line of text and drag it around.... albeit, it's a bit clunky. But, today, I discovered a little game changer. Now it's not as elegant as shift + alt + arrow (up or down), but it'll certainly do for now. For a list with a number, bullet, or checkbox at the beginning of each line--if you hover over the number, bullet, or checkbox--you will see a little hand appear. Once the hand appears, you can left click, and easily drag the item (or line) up or down the list.
  4. It's fairly commonly known that you can just highlight the line of text and drag it around.... albeit, it's a bit clunky. But, today, I discovered a little game changer. Now it's not as elegant as shift + alt + arrow (up or down), but it'll certainly do for now. For a list with a number, bullet, or checkbox at the beginning of each line--if you hover over the number, bullet, or checkbox--you will see a little hand appear. Once the hand appears, you can left click, and easily drag the item (or line) up or down the list.
  5. It's not as elegant as alt + shift + arrow (up or down), but here is the workaround I just discovered. For any list that is numbered, bulleted, or has a checkbox at the beginning of each line--if you hover over the number number or checkbox--you will see a little hand appear. Once the hand appears, you can left click, and easily drag the item (or line) up or down the list.
  6. Thanks, Mobile compatibility is such a beast; but thanks for helping to make my life simpler with Evernote.
  7. Drilling down a little deeper, I thought it appropriate to continue with this same thread for the issue, since the arrival of this issue is in the timing of the, likely, the same bug. It seems, there is one item which is still buggy, even since rollback. When clicking on "password protected" PDF files in mobile environment (at least on iOS): the user is not getting the prompt with the password blank on a regular basis; it is hit-and-miss. Here is a publicly shared note I've created for this thread. It contains links to a "password protected PDF" as well as a non-password protected PDF: CLICK HERE TO TEST Reminder, this is only occurring in mobile environment and I've only tested in iOS 12 for iPhone X Basically, for password protected PDF's, when clicking on the red PDF icon, it generally works the first time you click on it: This is the expected result after clicking the red PDF icon above (where one can enter the password.... and all is well): However, if you hit the back button--or just happen to arrive at protected PDF note from the prior route a 2nd time--and click on the red PDF link again, then you get are unable to enter the password and, instead, get this view: The work-around, is to hit the refresh button at the top right of the browse. The issue is, however, for some of my first time user audience or just "less than savvy" users, they won't know there is even anything wrong and just think it's a dead page. @Scott T., can you push this issue over to your team and piggyback on the preceding issues they are working on which seem related in terms of timing and content of the problem?
  8. Thanks. FYI, for most mobile and desktop users, trying to funnel users into the application is a really bad idea. Here is the reason why. The webpage/html versions, that are rendered are more visually appealing than the versions rendered when you're in the app environment in both mobile and desktop versions. So if you only need to read the note or click on a link within a note, the user, often prefers, to not "be in the application itself". This is the reason I always share the desktop version of the external link. Because if I try to share the mobile version of an external link, it still forces mobile users into the application (if installed on the device). On the other hand, if I share the desktop version of the link, everyone (mobile or desktop users) who clicks on the link, even if the app is open somewhere on the device, will still be rendered the more visually appealing web/html version of the note.
  9. I wander if the timing of yeserday's appearance of this issue is really connected to my "updating my evernote desktop software yesterday", or if it is merely coincidental. Thoughts?
  10. I just really hope this is not a marketing ploy where Evernote is trying to force people to download the Evernote App when viewing notes (from externally shareable links) in mobile environment.
  11. one workaround, I have found: is when you create a blank line, hit your spacebar, before going to the next line.
  12. I'm not sure, my guess is (as with some other task), tablets just handle a wider array of tasks better than their corresponding smart phones
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