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Sayre Ambrosio

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  1. As an author myself who is a bit OCD in the way my stuff is organized I just wanted to make a suggestion. I use Scrivener for my writing and Evernote for my research. A cool thing about Scrivener is that you can import the public link for a note into the app by using the Import Web Page function. It's the best workflow that I have personally found. Each app has its strengths and I am a big fan of both, neither one can handle my obsessive structure by itself. I found that together it is a match made in heaven.
  2. As far as I know the Evernote beta does not fix it. I'm running the stable version and beta iOS apps. It's hit or miss, but alas that is the way the beta world works. The best option is to do what you did here to report the bugs you are finding. Officially EN doesn't provide support for beta builds of their product being that it's a beta and you acknowledge that when you start to use them. However, I have found that using the forums to share experiences has been helpful when it comes to things like this. The support (officially) for those of us running stable builds on a beta OS is the same as if we were running a beta build of EN so those issues should be brought up here in the forums as well.
  3. Many people forget about this option. Thanks for the reminder
  4. Not sure if this is helpful or not, but I have a business account logged in as well as two other accounts that I switch between regularly and have not seen this behavior on my MBP.
  5. It may not be exactly what you're looking for, but if you are an iPhone user there is an iMessage app that essentially does this.
  6. If you haven't found it yet, you can click on your avatar in the upper right and there's a link to switch back to the "old" editor which is the current stable version.
  7. Gotcha. I was just curious. I know that some models can't upgrade and some people don't want to I do have an iMac running High Sierra but won't be able to jump on it until tomorrow afternoon. I'll try and remember to see if I'm having any issues with it and report back.
  8. I'm running Mojave and it's working as it should. I'm running the Direct version as well, but it is a beta so that may be why mine is working and yours isn't. Is there a reason you aren't running Mojave?
  9. Mailbutler has an Evernote extension that’s free. You can get it here. It’s a wonderful add on. I’ve used it for a couple years. https://www.mailbutler.io/evernote-exporter/
  10. When loaning out your computer, if you sign out of your Evernote account you should be fine. If you have a strong password I doubt that unless they were seriously trying to hack your system while borrowing it, that they could get in. As for passwords in a note, you can select the text and encrypt the contents. I do that with mine. I like you, use Evernote every day and would be lost without it. I would love to be able to have a locking feature for a while note that has more than text in it, but for now, I just sign out of Evernote if I need that extra security. Make sure that you upvote using the feature at the top of threads if you are in one that addresses this issue. It's the best way to show the company that the feature should be considered.
  11. If you are looking for something cheap since it's just going to end up in Evernote anyway, try Apple Notes. I have purchased Notability, GoodNotes, and a few others and end up right back in Apple Notes for stuff that I write out longhand.
  12. I’m finding the same thing with my account. Nothing handles my 14,000 notes as well as Evernote. 😊
  13. That would be super helpful. Especially if I'm doing line edits on a manuscript. Say my friend has a section that i think needs work. Being able to highlight something and do an @comment (inline or even have a side column open) would be great. RIght now how we do it is I have to go in and highlight the section and then say something like, 'the first highlighted section needs this', 'the fourth highlighted section needs this'. Different highlighter colors would come in handy too. Or if the commenting system had the ability to color code the person commenting. I hope that makes sense.
  14. We use Evernote business for my sons school and use it so for example, if he’s working on an assignment he will send a chat asking me a question and send a link to what he’s working on. I also help other authors with editing and brainstorming. They will send me the link to what they are working on via workchat and that way everything is in one place.
  15. That’s awesome! Thanks for the heads up. 😊
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