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  1. Even others know the internal link URL, he/she still cannot access the note if he/she has no access privilege. So I don't think that will be a problem, especially when I move notes from one notebook to another. Tag is a solution but I get used to organizing related notes into a menu/summary page, which is much more flexible than just tagging the related notes because I can write down some comments on linked notes. So it seems that there is not a simple way to do a perfect migration without losing my EN internal links? Thanks.
  2. Thanks a lot for the replies! IMHO, Evernote should provide at least an option to turn this feature on or off. After all, keeping software backward-compatibility is also very important.
  3. I do know the exporting & importing method, but the defects are: The "create time, update time info" of notes will be lost; The structure of notebook-stack will be lost; The worst, is the Evernote internal links (refers another note from one note) will be lost! Because of the huge work to re-construct the internal links among the notes, this work will be a nightmare! Is there a way to perfectly do the migration? Say I want to migrate data from account A to B. I tried to migrate like this: in account A, share notebooks with modify privilege with B. Then move notes to B's local notebooks. However, the moved note was not really moved; the fact is: the old note was moved to trash and a exact copy of that note was created in the dest notebook. So the trouble is: all internal links to the moved note would be broken! I think this is a bug of Evernote. Since I "moved" the note to new notebook, it should not delete and create a new one, which caused the note's GUID changed so old link does not work. Anyone can help is appreciated. Thanks. Also, if the Eevernote official team can fix the bug, or provide a perfect solution to migrate date, that will be great.
  4. When I paste multiple lines of text in a bullets context (see en1.png as attached pic), Evernote will automatically add bullets (see en2.png). However, this bothered me a lot especially when I paste a large piece of multi-lined text because what I want is like en3.png. I don't want any auto-added bullet points. Is there a switch somewhere that I can turn off this boring feature? Thanks. BTW, before upgrading Evernote to the newest version (303788) Public on Windows 7, I used a very old version: (194665) Public, which does not add the bullet points when I paste multiple lines. But the trouble for that old version is that it cannot search own notebooks and shared notebooks in one search at the same time. Who knows which is the earliest version of Evernote for Windows allow search local own notebooks and shared notebooks together. I might try whether that old version is what I need. Thanks.
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