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Imajenn

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  1. Yeah, I am trying to figure out a 'best practice' for organization. I had a bad concussion & it has really messed with my ability to organize (I used to be a project manager). Is there a way to 'nest' the tags so I don't wind up with 100 tags? Like sub tags or something (it could be just a way to view them) I was think about tags last night...the problem I am having with tags is that I don't want to sort through medical tags when I am trying to tag something for my DVR... It would be nice to be able to organize the tags other than by alphabet like having a + that opens sub tags (kinda like windows folders or book marks) Contacts (and then have all my contact tags viewable) Medical (when I click on that I could see tags that nested there) Shopping (websites or notes with more specific tags) Grrr..Is there a better spot I should be posting or reading for EN organization ideas or best practices? any excellent sites? I Googled Evernote organization best practices, How to organize Evernote & a few other terms, but the results are overwhelming me. I don't know if there is a better program I should be using..One note seems to have some major Android limitations... I may have to get a tablet like pc. I have pretty much just been using a tablet for a few years now. thanks for your help. imajenn
  2. Nope. I am only using Evernote on my android tablet. This is happening in the note generated and edited 100% within the android app. It also happens on my LG Android phone. I can select text that is formatted with bullets if I don't open the note, but I lose the bullets when I paste it. Very frustrating. I don't *think* it happened when I first started using EN on the first Galaxy Tab...or I probably would not have begun using it...although it is only lately that I have been really using EN for research and such, so I may have missed it. This problem may actually be a deal breaker for me. It is WAY too time consuming to have to piecemeal edit...especially within the same version.
  3. I don't know if this is a bug, user error or something else... When I have an open note in EN, if I have used any bullet points or formatting I can only select (& copy) by small sections, piece by piece instead of the whole note or larger sections. When I try to select text to copy, it 'stops' when I get to anything with formatting & I can't select the paragraph before or after at the same time. I have to select each section seperately: It only allows me to select say: The non- 'formatted' text before the bullets/list/etc --then separately-- The section that I have bullets in --then separately-- The next paragraph (which may or may not have bullets). I can copy the whole note if I am viewing but not editing. This is making it really hard to move data around in my note, or copy pieces of the note to add to another document. I am on Galaxy Tab 4 with android 5.0.2. Thanks -Imajenn
  4. I know this has been posted about, alot. This seems such a crucial feature that (I see the request & complaint everywhere) that I just want to make sure it stays on Evernote Radar. I have started seeing a lot of people stating that they may need to switch to OneNote, and frankly after using Evernote for years I may have to do the same...which stinks because I like EN better overall... Don't lose people EN! I would like to see at least one more Notebook able to be nested in a stack. This would increase my organization & EN usability. Right now I am having to use so many tags that it is getting hard to find the tag. It is also harder to find the notes I am looking for, or organize the information. I would like to be able to structure something like this: Notebooks: Medical (NB 1, has its own notes too) ~>Genetics (Stacked under Medical, has its own notes too) ~>~>Mitochondrial (stacked/ nested under Genetics) ~~>~>[Notes tagged things like BH4, Mutations, AGXT, Research futher....] I am having to reorganize all of my research, and am currently choosing between OneNote and Evernote. The only advantage of OneNote is that it has a "3 layer view" Notebook view has Section (you can have multiple), then Multiple pages in the section...so I can really see a lot of the documentation I have done at a glance. OneNote is a bit more combersome, harder to work within the document, limited in its capabilities..... But I can't figure out how to organize EN stuff to get a similar viewpoint, or usage.. Perhaps EN could put together some Truly Excellent instructions that show multiple ways to organize & consolidate notes? Perhaps each geared towards a Target audience if they can't add the extra Notebooks (that seem to be repeatedly requested for years now) Example: Students Research Sales Project Management Houshold User Blogger If anyone knows of a good resource/reference Best Practices for Organizing my EN Notes based on a Student or Research need....I would really appreciate it. I have been go ogling trying to find something. -Imajenn
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