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Greggles

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  1. Yes, what you say does indeed make sense. As a user for a similar amount of time, but likewise being on the receiving end of so many bugs and poor performance, I suppose these posts are my last ditch attempt to yell "hey Evernote, pull the finger out cause I really don't want to abandon, but am close to.
  2. Very disappointing. This issue was raised as being a problem in the windows desktop as well. Basically precludes Evernote from being used professionally or taken seriously in that context as with modern screen sharing style meetings, who wants to pull up a note when the audience is going to see every other note you've recently been working on or clipping for.. perhaps for a competitor account. Wasn't there question by Evernote of having a separate 'work' and 'personal' profiles?
  3. Came here to post exactly this problem which is driving crazy and furious that I have lost some important docs. Since the Outlook Evernote clipper NEVER works I resorted to forwarding emails to the so called evenote upload email address that supposedly allows me to clip just about anything. Only realised far too late (after deletion) that none of the pdf attachments were being kept by Evernote. Its not the winmail.dat issue as the body of the email is fine, its just there is an empty box where the attached pdf 'should' be. Evernote is really going from invaluable (went entirely paperless with evernote as the core) to utter ***** this year (email notes doesnt work, outlook clipper doesn't work and cant be reinstalled without uninstall / reinstall entire evernote desktop etc).
  4. I was meaning the suggestion as cross-platform. Thank you for taking the time to reply, but this is a clunky workaround which is rendered null once the computer is restarted or a note searched / viewed from any other notebook.
  5. I would like to suggest the introduction of a default 'welcome search' screen or dashboard, or whatever you would like to call it - In essence, give the user the ability to customize the first page that appears when opening either the web app or the desktop client (or mobile client). As I'm sure many of your customers use Evernote at least in part for both work and personal items, I think this would be a desirable feature for many. It also would help address the glaring privacy issues that occur when you would like to pull up an Evernote resource for a client, co-worker or boss only to be forcefully confronted with an irrelevant 'All Notes' list sorted by most recent items. I can't tell you how irritated it makes me if someone comes to my desk, I go to Evernote to search for a clip relevant to our discussion only to have my guest see a recent scanned receipt, invoice, statement or something else of a highly personal nature before I can start clicking the search function. Even being able to set a default 'open-to' notebook would be an improvement as we could then create a blank notebook for this purpose. Otherwise, if you would like to get more functional - allow user customisation of an Evernote 'dashboard' with such choices as notebook list, search widget, tag list, most recent notes (for those customers who like the current default) etc. Thank you and I hope you will take this into consideration with a view to implementation.
  6. Came on here to post exactly this. As a long-time user I keep pushing the use "new" web interface button.. only to find I know can't multiple select or merge notes. The "new" version seems like a big step backwards. I am fortunate in being able to switch back to the original view as I can't stand the new.
  7. For the love of god it's about time Evernote got on board with the ability to tag items when selecting the 'share to Evernote' button from web and supported apps . I'm sick of patiently waiting for a basic function (tagging) when 'sharing to' Evernote. The IOS "Pocket" app / share-to extension does it perfectly. Evernote - you need to prioritize this as tagging and selecting a notebook at the point of capturing is essential to basic productivity thus preventing double handling of then having to share to Evernote... Then open the shared webpage in the Evernote app.... then tag..... then go back to web browser etc... Please address!
  8. For the love of god it's about time Evernote got on board with this. I'm sick of patiently waiting for a basic function (tagging) when 'sharing to' Evernote. Pocket does it perfectly. Evernote - you need to prioritize this as tagging &a selecting a notebook at the point of capturing is essential to basic productivity. Please address!
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