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Brien Bear

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  1. I'm a newb, but I want to add my 2 cents to this. This would be super helpful. My example: I have notebooks for work, home, etc. I travel a lot and I like to organize my expense reports and I'd prefer to keep that under "work", so basically Work -Expense Reports 2017 October 16-18 2017 October 23-25 -People -Person A -Person B -Person C After reading this, I'll start using tags, but typing out the long date format for every expense report is going to be cumbersome. "2017 October 16-18", "2017 October 23-25", etc. And I don't know who at Evernote reads this, but the other thing I'd like to say is, I understand the gurus role, but telling people "EN isn't right for you" - that's really not a great answer for people to respond with. If you're trying to sell a product, chasing them away isn't going to help sell. My boss told me about EN but funny enough he uses OneNote. I'm actually really digging EverNote but reading some of the replies really is kind of off-putting. Also, nitpicking between "product" and "subscription".... well, that's just offensive. A subscription is still a product. Again, just my 2 cents. Thanks
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