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Steve Lytle

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  1. SVHOODS, Did you ever attempt to get Evernote's Siri Shortcuts working on your Apple Watch? I noticed in the Shortcuts Gallery that there is a shortcut called "Add New Note from Watch" but it doesn't seem to work. The script/recipe doesn't appear to contain anything that would allow for dictation or access to an Apple Watch. Any experience?
  2. Interestingly, last night at 10pm (pacific) time, the search -reminderTime:day+1 did not include any reminders set for any time "today" but did include reminders set for 12:00am "tomorrow". This morning at 5am (pacific) time, -reminderTime:day+1 does include all overdue (including all reminders from yesterday) and those due today, including those due at 12:00am this morning. Upshot, is that for some reason it appears that the time of day the search takes place matters. I'll try the search at 10pm tonight again to see what shows up.
  3. Right. I'm looking for overdue and due today. this string... reminderOrder:* -reminderTime:day+1 -reminderDoneTime:* .....is resulting in overdue, due today and due tomorrow. I've attached a screen shot where you can see (most of the string you propose) and one of the notes that's due tomorrow.
  4. Shucks nope. That string is generating overdue, due today AND due tomorrow.
  5. I'm trying to create a search string that generates only reminders overdue and due today. -reminderTime:day+1 generates reminders overdue and due today and due tomorrow. -reminderTime:day+0 generates reminders overdue (only). So if +1 gives me overdue, today and tomorrow and +0 gives me overdue, how can I get only overdue and due today?
  6. Here's how I remove items from the context menu: System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts (tab at the top) > Services (in the list on the left) > From Services, deselect the items you do not want to appear in context menus.
  7. MacOS Mojave 10.14 Context menu is broken "Add to Evernote" is replaced by "ENApplicationServiceMenuItemTitle".
  8. Working for me now. Not beta. Version 6.13.3 (455969 Direct) See screen shot below.
  9. EN Mac Version 6.13.1 (455785 Direct) I did find something that gave me a little hope (at least for creating an internal link to a note shared via Work Chat) but it appears to be a dead-end (at least in my experience). Would be interested if anyone else has luck with it. Here goes: Open note shared with you in Work Chat Click on "Share" button in upper right corner of note window Click on "More Sharing" button in lower left of dialogue box Click "Copy Internal Link" TRY to paste the copied Internal Link into a note in my Notebook. (For me this results in
  10. I cannot (EN Mac 6.13.1 direct) get this method to work (now). In my experience, the resulting note, saved to receiver's Notebook, is not a shared (active mutually editable) note. Any ideas?
  11. Agree. This one is critical. ajmswright's request has been made countless times before in other forums and it's not happened thus far. While I do want/need that feature, right now I'd settle for getting titles back on printed documents (which we had before the latest version!) Now all I get when I print is a line at the top of the page below where the titles (should?) used to be! Please EN team, please, please at least this back to there it was in 6.12.x!
  12. Oh Lord, Just had to share this one in the spirit of the rest of the discussion and heck, perhaps others of you have been fighting this too. I have two Macs both running OS 10.13.1 and both running EN 6.13*. Today realized that I could open links to Mac filepaths in notes on one machine and not the other. After a bunch of research that yielded not much, I realized that one Mac was running EN 6.13 direct* (in which filepaths work) while the other was running EN 6.13 App Store (in which filepaths DO NOT currently work). Once I ditched the App Store version and reloaded direct vers
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