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ChrstnMchl

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  1. It is in shared notebook that is the most relevant place for it. Can I modify that individual note within the notebook by individually sharing it? Will it override the notebook sharing options?
  2. As I was typing I had that idea. But then it struck me how this seems like such basic feature that it should be implemented that I continued to post it. It just seems silly that you can't protect your notes...
  3. Is there a way or can there be a way to make a note not editable? Here is my use case. I have a note with important log in information that is shared with the team. Some copies that info and somehow pastes over the info. This has happened twice in this note. The info in this note should never change. I'd like to freeze it as is. It could have a password or not but it really should be an available feature to lock in content.
  4. Yup - just finally changed it in my Note 5. Here is how to make it default to pen entry: Click in the note so the keyboard pops up. Hit the "T" button. That will change it the pen entry mode. Long press the keyboard button so the options with the gear icon shows up. Hit the gear icon Scroll to the bottom of the Samsung Keyboard settings and turn Pen detection on and back out. Viola! When you go to type in a note, the default will be to have a handwriting line if you have the S-pen out of its hidey hole. I know that isn't exactly the same but I hope it helps.
  5. I was just about to post the same thing. I have used this method of text entry with the S Pen since the Note 2. I don't really know the difference between the two methods. I think you can even default the screen to pop-up with the handwriting line instead of a keyboard if you have the S Pen out.
  6. Ok, I made it Skitch is not the default. Now when I hit the pen icon it prompts me to choose a PDF viewer and Evernote is not an option. It seems odd that in order to edit the PDF with Evernote you do not hit the edit symbol. Unless I am totally misunderstanding what the Pen means. I thought it meant write on the PDF. I guess the secondary question to this is, now that Skitch is not the Evernote app anymore (correct?) what is? Is it just internal to Evernote? I just picked "Write on PDF" wondering if that was it, but it is not. And now, that is my default choice - it did not give me an option to just use it this one time... Now I know I can hit the three dots and choose annotate, but I would still really like to know what the function of the Pen is supposed to be.
  7. Thanks for the answer and sorry for the long delay! I just finally had a chance to do some more messing around with it. I did as you said (uninstalled and reinstalled) but that did not fix it. I do think I have it figured out though. I think it has to do with Skitch being my default PDF viewer/ editor. When looking at a PDF in a note there is a pen icon, and the three dot icon. When I hit the pen icon it opens the PDF in Skitch without further prompt. When I save it, Skitch thinks it is a saving something new to Evernote and the round Evernote botton pips up like it would like if you were clicking a webpage (see pic). I just clicked the three dots and then I was shown a menu that included Annotate. Choosing that it opened up the PDF in what looks like Skitch and any annotations did indeed get saved back to the note if I chose those options. As I said, I'm thinking this has something to do with Skitch being my default viewer (has been for some time) and Evernote no longer using Skitch. What still seems strange is that Evernote would not default to its own editor when the Pen icon is hit. Perhaps I overrode that at some point. I'm going to see if I can change my default and see if that makes a difference.
  8. I'm using a Note5 and Skitch to edit. For some reason when I annotate a PDF like I always have it is saving it as a new note. When I go to the new note and try to annotate that it then creates a third new note. Anyone know what's up with that? I did notice a pop up button like I am clipping a web page that I don't remember seeing...
  9. Um, so, yeah, nothing really more than I can already do with the Evernote for Windows version I already have. Great. That is certainly cause to celebrate and send out an excited email. Thanks.
  10. Thanks for the reply! Truly. But, that brings up another kinda grrr.. question... I have been told both in this thread and in reply to a tech support email that it is the exact same version that I already have (Evernote for Windows not Touch). If that is the case, then why are there OS bugs? Eh, nevermind on that, stuff happens. My bigger question still remains though. What is the point of this version if it doesn't have any increased touch functionality? Am I missing something?
  11. So is the now 20 days late update going to be enhanced to be more touch friendly? I don't see the point in replacing Touch, emailing us to let us know and to be excited about it, if it is the same app that we already have that is wonky with touch. I also don't see how "lawyers" didn't exist prior to the email coming out telling us that August 2nd was the date. Why was there an announcement of an exact date when there were OS bugs? This is making me look closer at OneNote as well.
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