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  1. I am having troubles with the new EN 6.12 beta 3 on my Macbook. Here are the noticeable issues I encountered. 1) Quit Evernote is locked and in greyed-out. My work-around is to force quit the program, and when reopened, the Quit Evernote is back to normal functionality. 2. Tag boxes are shorter compared to other notes. - For some weird reasons, some notes have shorter Tag boxes than others. 3. The Notebook's name is no longer visible in the drop-down list of notebooks on a note.
  2. Thanks a lot @DTLow! Unfortunately it is appearing to be blurred
  3. Hello there! I would like to ask if there is a way to use an internal, office template for penultimate instead of default templates currently on the application?
  4. My observation tells me that the function of sorting tags either Names, or Counts is a single function for the Main, and the Nested Tags. It cannot be Sorted by Names with Main Tags, and Sorted by Count on the Nested Tags (vice versa).
  5. I get it. The "Main Tags" are sorted alphabetically, however, the tags with the tags are not. This was my question, there is no way to sort the nested tags.
  6. Nope. Although I just copy and paste the table format from one note to another. so as not to create, and edit manually each note that I need this same table to have with. No problem in sharing the ENEX, but how and to whom?
  7. I think there is a problem with the Beta Version update, especially with its featured Table. I noticed that tables return to Plain Format, after a while. You can notice the difference between these two tables. The one above is the newly created table having the latest function (spread sheet like feel), whilst the other once is also a newly created table but after a while it returns to its old form (pre 6.12 Evernote Table)
  8. I have a pretty large way of managing my tags/ nested tags. I begin by creating categories of tags - herein my example is "Tags by Partners" Then I nest tags within those categories. However one thing I noticed is that when I nest them with the categories I made, they are not organized or sorted in an alphabetic manner - And there is no way to organize or sort them according to my own preference. I am using a Macbook Pro - OS Sierra by the way.
  9. Like my comment in other discussions. May not be the best but any progress no matter how small it is, is just absolutely exciting. Kudos to Evernote! BTW, is there any chance that these table will later on be formula-enabled. Similar to Google Sheet, or MS Excel.
  10. I am now seeing latest updates to the Table Function of Evernote with version 6.12 on my Macbook Not the best, but any progress definitely is something! Kudos to EN Team! I hope that these changes are also applied across all devices.
  11. Do you mean to say that you replicate that single Note to a Number of Notes to cover for the Multiple actions?
  12. If the note is made into an Actionable Item, but would require also multiple actions. It means to say that it is best to make multiple notes to cover those multiple Actions. If so, do you recommend to replicate the original single Note?
  13. Right. Do you mean to say that a Note as reference is replicated for each task?
  14. Those who are using either GTD, or TSW with Evernote. How do you do it? If a Note is made Actionable, but would require dual or multiple-Actions? Do you duplicate Notes and use them for different actions? or do you simply make use of a single Note and re-purpose / re-use them as needed?
  15. Okay. So you mean to say, that using GTD, you then realize that a certain thought shall require not only a single action, but many, hence it becomes a project. then you further identify the actions needed for the project and put tags with those actions instead of placing them in a Notebook for that project. Each note or action item for that project has tags according to the name of the Project. Follow up question: The GTD method teaches us that once a Project has been identified, we need to list all actionable items for that project. Then organize those items according to a) Quick Ac
  16. When you said you use notebooks for project sorting - Did you mean that each Project has its own Notebook, perhaps under a Project Notebook Stack? And If so, those notes under a Project Notebook (Under a Project Notebook Stack) are made to actionable items, being that a Project contains multiple actions?
  17. This means that the notes (Made into Action Items) are simply left as is in the Action Notebook and simply tag it as Archive or Complete.
  18. This is my current system now with a minor modifications. I use Google Drive for long term storage, or formal documents as it has most of work functionalities vis-a-vis EN, I do however use EN as my day to day partner for capturing notes or ideas. I then use GTD structure using EN then convert notes to action items and share or link them to Todoist. Using Todoist with Google Calendar is my go to syst m in managing tasks.
  19. I am just curious, using GTD or TSW on Evernote, what do you do after Actionable Items have been performed. Delete notes that have been completed? Or place them in an Archive Notebook?
  20. I recently discovered a quick way (though it may not be new) to post action items on Todoist using Evernote on my iPad for notes that I have captured and converted into actionable items. This is done by simply selecting the box with upward arrow in it and selecting Todoist as the app of choice. (It appears exactly like the one attached herein) I do, however, cannot find the same function on my Evernote App using Macbook Pro Retina. Is there a way to replicate this functionality, or am I just simply missing out something here? Thanks and appreciate your help! Cheers!
  21. I am new to Penultimate and noticed that a separate notebook is automatically made using Penultimate App instead of Evernote. Is it possible to use (merge) just one notebook (For this purpose - My Main Inbox) for all notes captured including those coursed through Penultimate?
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