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  1. @Nick L. Seeing as @Shane D. hasn't chimed in and you seem active on the forums. Can you please look into this and get it resolved? I manage most apps through homebrew. And because you have two different versions, 1 on Evernote 1 on app store. I am forced to use the App Store version to have the latest. No offense, but this type of discrepancy, for this long, is a bit embarrassing. Product deployment is well, an essential part of development.
  2. Runs great! Only a few issues I see are carrying over. Slow scrolling on Mac (Only system I tested). When I have a note that is content from say a web article, scrolling is choppy and slow. Below is my system.
  3. You've inspired me enough to where I am updating my Dashboard template/scripts to incorporate emojis
  4. The content, is in the video I posted a little above in this thread. Its a single column table with multiple rows. He changes the colors of some cells, then just types in them as normal. Insert check boxes, changing text color etc.
  5. Read the privacy policy. It's a bit scary.
  6. Which dashboard? Columns are all done with tables. A table cell can have many different formatting options that Evernote has.
  7. I am a Mac user. But as Sayre said, all this is able to be done on both platforms. "Dashboards" are just regular notes. The only difference is that they are ones people created for a reusable purpose. And spent time on formatting them further.
  8. See attached for dashboards like @Atif dashboard-2l8hrlgomov.compressed.mov
  9. So the "Dashboard" is in fact a Note, just one formatted for a specific purpose. I personally have a "Dashboard" notebook and a new note is generated everyday with my generated "Dashboard" which is things I look at and need daily.
  10. Worked....but took 18 gb of ram and was slow as ***** ! 😭
  11. Sublime Text could handle it. It'll take a moment to load. But I've loaded 5-6 gb files in that editor.
  12. Use: Daily this gets generated once I arrive at work. Once generated I use it for quick links to notes I use regularly, track tasks I do daily in the morning, get a daily verse from the Bible to read and study, and a beautiful picture. additionally, I take random notes at the bottom, which at the end of the day I revisit and generate more detailed notes from my thoughts. Automated using Automator AppleScript & Bash Bible verse, picture are unique daily and are generated from open source API's,
  13. Please see the video. Make sure you set the keyboard shortcut. That is what allows you to call the workflow in evernote. As you see I used ctrl + option + cmd + F Your OSX may ask that you for permission to work inside of Evernote. You need to allow this. Automator.mp4
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