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  1. Thanks. The latest update solved the search problem.
  2. Evidently the web browser version.
  3. None of my searches of Evernote on my Samsung phone have succeeded. I have allowed them to continue for more than an hour. I regarded it as a feature until being stimulated by an update failure and missing tags in the online version.
  4. Yesterday Evernote did not work after an update. It said that the problem was caused by a read-only file. Today I notice that many tags are missing in the online version.
  5. I can't find the clipping failure discussion that I began in the Android product feedback section. I do see a portion of a discussion that I began in some help section. My summary is the following. I often have clipping failures. I usually have clipping failures with my New York Times subscription. I often have clipping failures using Firefox on my laptop. Using the Chrome browser on my laptop is the most reliable method. I was unsuccessful in my attempts contacting customer support. I was unsuccessful with my forum posts. I didn't attempt to find the right place for this post because I think that investing time to learn about the new forum is a waste of my time.
  6. Hello, This was the final response from Evernote support concerning my support request. The ticket number is 1253027: We are always working on improving the way we handles all of the possible types of content. I'm going to send this to our team so they have this information and can investigate as they work on ways to improve sharing results from the NY Times app. The support person said he could not duplicate my problem. Here is an example of a clipping failure (see below). While using my laptop, I use the URL information to go back to such articles. I then clip it again, Each laptop attempt is a success. I then delete the original clip. I will attempt to find a good example of an erratic result. My impression from reading forum posts is that others have seen such results. I recall someone noting that much graphics can cause a problem. Harry == A Century Ago, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Changed EverythingBy DENNIS OVERBYENOV. 24, 2015 Advertisement Continue reading the main storyContinue reading the main story Share This PageEmailShareTweetPinSavemoreContinue reading the main storyPRINCETON, N.J. — By the fall of 1915, Albert Einstein was a bit grumpy. And why not? Cheered on, to his disgust, by most of his Berlin colleagues, Germany had started a ruinous world war. He had split up with his wife, and she had decamped to Switzerland with his sons. To see the full article, subscribe here.
  7. Thanks for responding. I've also had problems with a change of the clipping option. I nearly always have problems changing from the last used setting to another one. The delay can be very long. Thus I've learned that I should not change the setting for my Samsung tablet. I'm doing an update today because I have switched back to the use of a laptop as my primary option to find and clip articles. The Android version not only is broken for the NY Times, but it also produces erratic results for other web sites. For example, I had two problems yesterday. In case, only the comments to an article were clipped. In another case, the clipped version of a wide format article seemed to be 12 characters wide. In all cases, the URL is retained. Thus I can use my laptop version to clip the article again. Asking a support person would not be good use of my time because there seems to be no connection between support and development. I forgot the exact wording of the statement about closure of my support request. The implication was that the development staff might be curious about the problem.
  8. Thanks for helping me. I reached out to product support. We had an extensive discussion. However, the support person was unable to reproduce my problem. Now Evernote on my Samsung table always fails for articles clipped from the NY Times. It no longer has bouts of successes. It saves a snippet with a statement about the need to get a subscriptions. Later I use Evernote on my laptop to obtain the article again by using the URL information from the failed attempt. That process always leads to a save of the entire article. Clipping often takes a long time in some unpredictable way for any site. The worst delays occur for the NY Times site. Thus for those articles, I consistently have a failure but it can be delayed by an hour or two. In all the cases of failure, the information that is saved enables me to easily obtain each article again by starting again using Chrome on my laptop. If I try to clip again on the Android, my recollection is that I will once again have a failure. I no longer make those attempts.
  9. I have a digital subscription to the New York Times. I have successfully saved full articles. My last successful save was on Sep. 21. Since then, each saved article contains the first paragraph followed by a menu button to click to obtain the full article. A click on that button leads to the subscription page. In a different forum, I reported general clipping problems that occur now and then.
  10. Clipping with my Samsung tablet often fails. The process produces a note that has the URL and a statement that indicates that clipping is in progress. I commented about this problem a few times but I never received a response evidently because I only had Basic membership. After I did my upgrade, I now see that I need a Premium membership to obtain technical support. Instead of taking that step, I will assess whether the clipping process has been improved a year from now. I will then decide what to do. In the meantime, I will do those clipping tasks with Evernote on my laptop. It is often annoying to make that switch but I'm usually more happy with all aspects of Evernote on the laptop. The only problem is the size and weight of the laptop. After my arms are tired, I once again go back to the erratic behavior of the Android version.
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