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  1. Yes, thank you, this is the issue I am experiencing exactly. The notes linked within a table of contents should not have to all have the same tag in order to be able to follow those links. This does work properly only if you are not viewing the note within a note panel.
  2. I see what you're saying.. it makes sense that by selecting a tag that it applies the filter globally. So I suppose I should just tag the linked-notes as #P1 as well since they do all fall within that category. Perhaps this was a subtle change that happened in one of the latest updates.
  3. What I mean is that the filter is applied when I select the #P1 tag but then I am not able to view the linked note within that note because the filter has been applied globally. This is an issue I didn't have before and pretty sure it started after updating to this latest version of EN. This problem is only occurring in the preview panes (which is where I primarily work), since I don't double-click my notes to open them. Hope this makes more sense.
  4. I tried searching for this question but there were too many results for "tags & links". Here's my situation... I have some notes organized by priority level with different tags (e.g. #P1,#P2, #P3). These are my top level notes which have links within them to other notes, which are not tagged. I have these tags showing in my toolbar shortcut. So when I select my #P1 tagged notebooks, open up one of these top-level notebooks, then select a linked note; Evernote applies the #P1 tag filter automatically and since the linked note is not tagged it is not being displayed. I don't remember having this problem before. I just upgraded to Evernote (308716) Public (CE Build ce-62.5.9981) so maybe something was changed in this update? Thanks for any feedback...
  5. I am also committed to using Evernote because I can organize my information the way I want it to be organized. Is it a perfect application, no. But what software is? I've tried other document management software and they don't feel as fluid as Evernote. I hope I can count on Evernote being around for a long time to come.
  6. I have also reverted to Evernote and will wait for a stable/non-beta release. 6.14 should not have been allowed to be released with such a glaring bug. Especially if Evernote is trying to "rebrand", this was not the way to do it. I rely on Evernote as my primary document management system and therefore stability and reliability is paramount. What's taking so long for 6.15 to come out of beta? I will not install a beta version for my own production enviornment.
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