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  1. So if each team member has their own account, these could be basic free accounts, sharing a notebook with a premium account?
  2. I'm looking for advice on how to set up Evernote for a number of people. Currently I have one premium license that 3 separate people (1 team) on 3 separate Macs use and we all update a set of notes. Things sync all ok and generally all works, having one account for 3 users works for us because these notes are updated infrequently, and we are all in the same office. I now want to add 2 more teams (3 members in each). Is the best approach to still have one license amongst all of us, or should I set this up as 3 licenses for 3 teams?
  3. Evernote devs have moved the Reminders display from above the notes list where it was always visible, to another tab that you now have to click on. Is there any way to move this back?
  4. Printing still doesn't work.
  5. First posted this September 12, 2017. It's 2019 in a few days - looks like it's never going to be fixed. Latest version 7.7 is even worse, it's now completely missing the right hand side of tables. Left of this image is what it prints like, right of this image is what it looks like on screen. Looking for a reason to jump ship to something else, this might just be it.
  6. This is the only way I've found paths to files work in Evernote. Mac is running latest High Sierra and Evernote most up to date version. 1 - Don't use Evernote from the AppStore - use the direct download from Evernote. 2 - Locate the folder or file you need to create a path and drag it into the search bar of Firefox (this is the only way I've found to create a correctly formatted link). 3 - Copy the resulting path 4 - Place cursor in Evernote, and create a link by pasting that path into the link dialog box.
  7. This is the only way I've found paths to files work in Evernote. Mac is running latest High Sierra and Evernote most up to date version. 1 - Don't use Evernote from the AppStore - use the direct download from Evernote. 2 - Locate the folder or file you need to create a path and drag it into the search bar of Firefox (this is the only way I've found to create a correctly formatted link). 3 - Copy the resulting path 4 - Place cursor in Evernote, and create a link by pasting that path into the link dialog box.
  8. My AppStore doesn't show an update - is it because I'm not on High Sierra (currently on Yosemite).
  9. I don't see this update - is it available on the App Store yet? My latest version is 6.12.3 (455521 App Store).
  10. It corrects it visually, but doesn't correct it when I print it or make a pdf out of it - the text still goes over the edge.
  11. New version of Evernote with the 'new' tables don't print correctly. No matter how wide I make the table or if I print at <100%, it crops off the text in the box (see attached), the view on the Mac looks fine.
  12. New version of Evernote with the 'new' tables don't print correctly. No matter how wide I make the table or if I print at <100%, it crops off the text in the box (see attached).
  13. New version of Evernote with the 'new' tables don't print correctly. No matter how wide I make the table or if I print at <100%, it crops off the text in the box (see attached).
  14. That specific aspect isn't highlighted in these notes, it seems like a bug to me, especially when I delete them and they are added back in afterwards - could I request a feature to tighten/remove the spacing in a future release? The only work around for me is to completely redo all future notes so that the entire note is a table.
  15. By elements I mean tables and lines of text. I've attach 2 files, the one with large gaps between the elements, and the 2nd one is when I've manually removed the returns between the elements. When returning to the note it reverts back.
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