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  1. Hi, I really like the tables feature in Evernote, very handy and I'll definitely be using them more. However they take up a LOT of space vertically. Is it possible to chance the cell/row padding?
  2. Hi, With the latest release there seems to be some lost screen real-estate. In the notes pane (left-hand side) the notes only have about half of the available column space. This is used all the time, day-in day-out, so should be maximised where possible. The other items (account, search, new note, 'need a little help', 'send feedback') I'm sure could be compressed into much less space. See image below with the usable space highlighted in red.
  3. @agsteele thanks for the work-around, that should help. For the Evernote team - this should really be something that's built into the software, rather than requiring manual user intervention to set up.
  4. For me Evernote doesn't load at all on startup (Windows 10), I need to run it manually each time. When it does load, it goes to the system tray. However I did have to make it visible again (right click on taskbar > taskbar settings > Select which icons appear on the taskbar > re-enable evernote)
  5. It's not ideal to see both work and personal notes mixed into 'recent notes' from a privacy and client data perspective. I believe there used to be a feature to hide 'recent notes' (see link below) but can't find a way to do this in v10.3.7. If this feature has been removed, can we request it to be reinstated? Many thanks, and keep up the good work. Previously implemented, now removed?:
  6. Thanks, I hadn't realised feedback was separated into pre v10 and post v10 - I'll post in the appropriate place.
  7. Thanks Mike, found it! Good tip about tags as well. Definitely not the most intuitive way to access these options but at least the option is there...
  8. Hi Mike, my screen doesn't look like the screenshot you posted. How can I navigate there? Are you using the Windows 10 app?
  9. Here's a screenshot, sorry it's heavily blurred but hopefully gives context. Labels A, B, C in red. A: Notebook stack, with a number of sub-notebooks. Can't right-click, which would be the intuitive option. When I left-click to select, I now know to look for three dots at position C, but nothing appears other than 'sort options' and 'view options' buttons B: Individual notebook. Can't right-click. When I left-click to select, the three dots do appear at position C. Not an intuitive place to put rename options, but at least it's there once we know where to look.
  10. Same issue here: A) unable to rename a notebook stack, and B) renaming individual notebooks from the three 'dots' isn't very logical or obvious. I'm using the Windows 10 app, not online. My screen looks like the black one (pic above), nothing like the light grey (1st pic further up - is this the iPad version?) I actually quite like most of the Evernote redesign but there are a few simple features that seem to have got lost along the way...
  11. I'm having the same issue renaming a notebook STACK (NB renaming an individual notebook within the stack is not a problem). System: Windows 10 Actions: A) Right-click on the notebook stack name = no pop-up menu (this seems the most logical way) B) Click on the notebook stack name, look for the three dots '...' at the top of the note list = they don't appear As a check, when I click on a specific notebook, the three dots do appear at the top of the list. So it seems to be an issue with notebook stacks, not with individual notebooks.
  12. The issue still remains - there doesn't seem to be a way to disable recent notes. This is market as 'implemented' but it seems to have been removed from the most recent update (v10.3.7) - can you mark this as 'unimplemented' please.
  13. The note list options 'small' setting still only shows 5 notes on my iPhone 5S. This could be much more compact, for example I don't need to see what time or date they were created, just the list please!
  14. +1 would be very useful - images are a very quick way for the brain to parse notes
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