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rrszynka

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  1. I mean this feature (quote from https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/115015781127-Evernote-for-Finding-Things-Faster ) Use Cmd + J (Mac) or Ctrl + Q (Windows) to ‘jump’ to a specific note, notebook, or tag. After the app udpated itself, it broke for me. This is such an elementary part of my workflow, that I decided to ask instead of going on with my day. In addition to that, cmd+shift+? (search menu options) is also broken/unavailable, which I discovered trying to investigate the first issue. This makes the app unusable for me in the short term. I wanted to switch anyway, but it doesn't feel good to lose control over when I can do that. I hope I'm just missing something or misunderstanding, for now I'll switch to the legacy version.
  2. ah, that's what it was. Thanks a lot, that solved my problem. Don't know why I initially didn't find it in the menus. That also means that the article I linked is definitely out of date, would be awesome if someone takes notice and fixes it up. (here a proper link this time)
  3. Evernote seems to be going against the convention of most other apps I use with the choice of 'cmd+J' for the Spotlight-like jump-to-anything functionality. I tried going to macOS Settings->Keyboard->Shortcuts and adding an 'App Shortcut' for 'Jump to Notebook' Evernote, but it didn't seem to do anything and is giving me the system sound for something going wrong. I presume it's because either the name is wrong or it's impossible to do it that way, because that option is not part of the dropdown submenus (File, Edit, Note etc). I took the name from this article: https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313358. It could be out of date, since 'cmd+J' is more of a 'Jump To Anything' than 'Jump To Notebook'. Could anyone help me in getting this to work?
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