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AndyMac90

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  1. Hi Searching by multiple tags in the android app is straightforward but I can't seem to search further by performing a multiple tag search within a select notebook or the other way round. Has anyone figured out a way to do this? So far a workaround is to sort by notebook after the tag search but that is very tedious. Using evernote 8.9 Android version 9 Cheers
  2. That's exactly what I'm after. I do tag the key people but some emails have heaps of people that are just only captured in the note itself. I'll look into trying that out, hopefully outlook supports it.
  3. Hi, I've used Evernote for a number of years, and it's collected a huge amount of emails. It would be ideal to have a feature "contacts" that automatically creates and adds to a list or similar any new emails it finds in your notes. Basically an automatic Rolodex, so no matter your job change or computer crash, you can easily export it back out to your outlook, or bring it up when you can't remember spelling etc.
  4. Hi My tags in evernote are sorted in a child parent like manner, for example under the location parent tag I have a number of work site name tags, and under active projects tags is a list of my work project name tags. I'm assuming alot of people do this to maintain some order in their tags. Every time I create a new tag it gets sorted alphabetically, and to drop it under a parent tag I have to find it and place it there which is a slow process when you have hundreds of tags, and have to pick it up and scroll across the screen. The feature I would like is when you are creating a new tag that it allows you to assign its parent. That way it is a smooth process of creating and sorting tags in one go. You could even go one step further by allowing this feature to happen when creating a new tag within a note. When typing in the new tag you place a "$" then the list of tags show up and you select its parent. It would streamline very a common process that currently is a pain. Cheers
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