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  1. Yep. I read this. Lots of promises, but very little delivered at this point, including with regards to issues that people have been flagging for years. We'll see.
  2. Agreed. And it's not like the Evernote team has been making rapid updates/fixes/improvements to the Mac app, so it's tough to make the argument that they're too busy prioritizing other things. As far as I can tell, they've been prioritizing nothing, at least when it comes to the Mac app.
  3. I love that Evernote is integrated into Spotlight and Finder search, but it's really limiting that you can only search for notes. It would be incredibly useful if you could search for and launch tags, as well.
  4. Is there any way to create "internal links" for tags, similar to how there are internal links for notes? (See the attached.)
  5. Can you search for tags in Spotlight, similar to how you can search for notes?
  6. As an example, let's say I have a tag "2016 Conferences".In the iOS app, I can type either "2016" or "Conferences", and the tag will come up in the autosuggestions.In the Mac app, it seems I have to type the tag precisely correct letter by letter, from the start, in order for it to come up in the autosuggestions. So typing "Conferences" doesn't trigger the tag.Do other folks observe this, as well? Is there any remedy to it, to make it more like the iOS app? It makes searching a lot more frustrating.
  7. As an example, let's say I have a tag "2016 Conferences". In the iOS app, I can type either "2016" or "Conferences", and the tag will come up in the autosuggestions. In the Mac app, it seems I have to type the tag precisely correct letter by letter, from the start, in order for it to come up in the autosuggestions. So typing "Conferences" doesn't trigger the tag. Do other folks observe this, as well? Is there any remedy to it, to make it more like the iOS app? It makes searching a lot more frustrating.
  8. Yes, my approach is fairly similar, but it's still frustrating not to have easy access to parent and children tags when viewing a tag. Sometimes it's helpful to see the hierarchy right in front of you without having to resort to search or fumble through the sidebar menu.
  9. Let's say you did a search for a tag and are currently viewing the tag, and you want to see and perhaps jump to that tag's parent or children tags. If, like a lot of people, you have several hundred tags, it's a pain to have to then scroll and click through the sidebar to locate the tags in question. It would be much more convenient to have the parents and children displayed right there.
  10. In the Mac app, if I'm viewing a PDF note, it seems that I need to tab twice to get from the note list to the note body in order for the "Quick Look" keyboard shortcut (⌘+Y) to work. Is there no way to get this keyboard shortcut to work otherwise, i.e. without having to tab twice? Relatedly, once you do get into "Quick Look" view, is there a keyboard shortcut to go into lightbox fullscreen mode? Or is is that the only way to do this is to click the button in the top left?
  11. In the Mac app, it seems PDFs have "Automatically Resize" as the default view option. Is there any way to make "Actual Size" the default view option for all PDFs, instead? It's a bit tiring to have to adjust this one by one for each note.
  12. When I scan PDFs from my Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 to the Evernote Mac app, it seems the resulting note automatically has a location added. I'd prefer that no location be added. Is there somewhere I can change this in the settings?
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