Hello! I copy and pasted it from Notepad. That's one of the first thing I thought too when I tried it but still the same issue. I also tried it with AkelPad and various other editors. It's a weird one too that it was working all fine and everything and then the update did something to break it. Also note that it must be copy and paste into an existing note which is when it won't work. If you copy and then paste it through the function such as Ctrl+Alt+V (Paste to Evernote) then it work fine. Actually there are times it works. For example a moment ago I copy and pasted it and it worked perfectly. I then delete that note, create a new note, and paste it again (I did not copy again so basically it's the same exact data that was copied and pasted into the previous note) and it showed up like that again. Very very odd issue. I also attempted an uninstall and reinstall of Evernote but same problem. By the way, are there any way to download older versions of Evernote? I might have to revert to them if I can't figure out the issue with all these newer ones. Kind of annoying to work with since I deal with list of URLs pretty frequently. So far this problem existed on all my systems which are 2 Windows 7 x64, 1 Windows 10 x64 with Evernote version 126.96.36.19942 (276742). I stated all that simply because it's interesting how it totally works fine for you. So there must be something in common with my system. Still, the fact that it worked perfectly in earlier version of Evernote kind of annoys me. The only way to make it work currently is to add filler text that is not a URL BUT must also contain at least a space such as: http://www.google.com/ http://www.google.com/ http://www.google.com/ This Is A Filler With At Least 1 Space EDIT This might be a bit more useful for the developing team. So I open up notepad and manually typed in: http://www.google.com/ http://www.google.com/ I then create a new note in Evernote. Named it Testing. Copy the texts above and then paste it into that note. I will see: http://www.google.com/<br/>http://www.google.com/ I noticed that the URLs are now a link. I right click on the link to edit the URL and I see: http://www.google.com/%3Cbr/%3Ehttp://www.google.com/ Notice the extra %3Cbr/%3E text. It looks like the URL transformation for <br/>. So for some reason Evernote tries to be smart and convert it to a hyperlink but instead, it convert both of the links into one hyperlink because it thinks the newline is a valid character within a URL yet it converts it to an HTML code. In previous version of Evernote, it does not try to be smart so for example when you paste the two http://www.google.com/URL lines above, they both appeared black because Evernote did not try to convert them into a clickable hyperlink. As a side effect, pasting the list of URLs works fine. In the newer Evernote version, it attempts to be smarter and ends up treating newline characters as part of the URL and convert it <br/> and then tack on the second line as a continuous URL which makes no sense at all. So the automatic hyperlink function in previous version of Evernote only works on single lines that it identifies as a URL. Newer versions of Evernote automatic hyperlink function attempts to work on multiple lines yet forget to stop whenever it encounter a newline character. Proving example: http://www.google.com/ http://www.google.com/ (empty line) (empty line) (empty line) http://www.google.com (empty line) Resutling text: http://www.google.com/<br/>http://www.google.com/<br/>http://www.google.com<br/>googlecom<br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>googlecom<br/> Resulting clickable mega URL for the text above: http://www.google.com/%3Cbr/%3Ehttp://www.google.com/%3Cbr/%3Ehttp://www.google.com%3Cbr/%3Egooglecom%3Cbr/%3E%3Cbr/%3E%3Cbr/%3E%3Cbr/%3E%3Cbr/%3E%3Cbr/%3Egooglecom%3Cbr/%3E Basically it's fun!