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Matthew Wimer

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  1. I love this update! I think it looks great, and is accessible. Some thoughts: I liked the home screen in v7, but I can work around it. I love the look. It seems more user friendly. On my iPhone 6, when going to My Account, the page shifted outside of the screen. I haven't been able to duplicate it, so it might have been an initial glitch that corrected itself. One thing that I would really like back is being able to see tags in the list view when I'm looking at notes. I have three major tags that separate my notes in three categories. I then have tons of tags that connect a
  2. Ah, gotcha. That's a good way to do it. I did indeed add my vote for it. After Evernote implemented the voting aspect of the forum, I went through and added my vote to a bunch of them. =D
  3. Oh, I get their thinking. Perhaps one of the reasons I don't use folders/tagging the way Evernote intends is precisely the omission of nested tags in iOS. Here's hoping tomorrow will reveal the addition! I don't share notebooks (it's merely personal note storage for me), so I get why my philosophy isn't lining up with Evernotes. I'll have to consider how best to sort. What other apps do you use? I'm always on the lookout for good ones, and would be interested to see what ones work well with Evernote. Thanks!
  4. I have to confess, DTLow, that I'm at a loss for why you responded to my comment. It's great that Evernote doesn't make you nervous. For that, I'm glad. However, responding to my concern with telling me that I may be using the wrong product is neither beneficial nor respectful. To make this conversation respectful, I will ask you if you know why Evernote has said no to deeper stacks. I confess, I cannot understand the reasoning behind it, but perhaps there is one. As I think on it, it would be really great to know. If there's a philosophy behind their response, then I can think of ho
  5. It's amazing how quickly these things turn into a poo-flinging contest. Sheesh. I use Evernote for all of my notes, but I'm nervous about it. For the most part, it does everything I need. When Evernote shifted to the new pricing model, I gladly took them up on the 50% discount and went up to a Premium. After a few months I realized none of the premium functions are useful for me, so once my year is done I'll move to a Plus. I think the new model is actually smart. I'm rarely a fan of subscription-based models, but have no problem paying if what I receive is good. But what worries me
  6. Umm... I'm an idiot... I thought the forums were considered Support. ? How do do I contact Support?
  7. So here's something interesting: I did try removing the arrow, but no help. The text was in the margins, so I figured if I moved it to the middle of the page, maybe it would trigger the algorithm in the other direction. Nope. I opened the pdf on my computer, and it looked fine: single page, text in the middle, no issues. Opened it again on iOS, and still the side-by-side page mode. I decided to remove all the text on the page just to see what would happen, and it put it back to single page mode! Whoo hoo! I put text back on, and it reverted back to side-by-side. Doesn't matter where I put the
  8. I have a PDF I've been annotating some note on using my iPad. It's kinda clunky, but workable. I made a note in the upper left hand margin with an arrow pointing to a specific spot in the paragraph, then saved the annotation. From then on, my single-page PDF has now become a double-paged, so rather than viewing one page at a time as it was originally, it now views two pages side by side. Naturally in an iPad mini, I cannot read the document without zooming in to the original one page view, but the whole PDF is now stuck this way. What is going on?
  9. How is it that a thread created in 2008 with 34 pages of responses has yet to actually be acted on by Evernote? It's one my biggest frustrations that I'm limited in the number of folders I can categorize with. Tags are great for linking between notebooks, but they are definitely not notebooks themselves. For instance, I should have a folder with something like: Research Book Highlights Book Title 1 Book Title 2 Book Title 3 Personal Thoughts Definitions Webclippings Political Scientific Personal Notes Christmas
  10. Agreed! Being able to change the default font would be extremely helpful.
  11. I voted, and totally agree: nested tags is a must. I have hundreds of tags, most of which are nested under a few tags. Not having those nested on iOS devices is frustrating. To add to DamienW's note, being able to search for a tag in iOS share (rather than having to scroll through hundreds of tags) would be extremely helpful.
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