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  1. Yes, all of my notebooks are organized into one of two stacks, home or work. Work notebooks are all local and home notebooks are sync'd to the cloud.
  2. My line of separation is local notebooks for work and sync’d ones for personal. That has worked well for 12+ years I’ve been on Evernote. Like others there are things that I would like to see changed or improved and I occasionally check out the latest shiny tool but when renewal time comes I don’t spend much time deciding whether premium for another year is worth it to me or not. i have jumped around with todo apps some for various reasons but I find that an easier playground to experiment with.
  3. Some manage this by using separate EN accounts. I keep everything in one account but I have setup a work stack and a home stack and then have two saved searches, one to search only home and another to search only work. If I’m in a sensitive setting I’ll click on the work saved search first and then drill down from there.
  4. If I'm understanding what you want this can be done today on Windows and the Mac. As you type keywords, tags, or any search criteria the note list updates with the filtered view of notes. You can then save that search string as a saved search for later use if you want.
  5. I'll grudgingly agree to Shemp as a 4th, but anyone putting up Curly Joe or Joe will be dead to me... Yes, I spent way too much of my youth with the Stooges.
  6. I was also on the one task, one note team and with saved searches that worked well for me for several years. My workplace recently moved over to Outlook and I discovered that Todoist has a really nice plug-in for Outlook that allows me to keep a todo pane open all the time, so at least for work I've migrated over to Todoist. In a bit of overkill I'm been checking out Things 3 for personal todos. I do find dedicated todo apps a little more seamless than using Evernote which for task management is usable but is a little clunky and missing some features ... IMO
  7. Personally, I have no interest or need for that. Maybe in a business environment. Not discrediting your input, just offering a different perspective.
  8. I believe if you change this value to 0, search-as-you-type feature will be completely disabled. It has been there for about 8 years (according to the note I saved), but agree that it is not easily discoverable.
  9. The work around isn't bad, but I also would prefer true pinning especially now that I use it in my email client.
  10. It would be an interesting experiment if Evernote did add this but only for Premium users to see if it drives additional business. I suspect we would just see additional forum traffic asking for it to be added to the basic plan.
  11. On Windows, if you don't have the arrows on the toolbar, use customize toolbar to add them.
  12. They haven't been implemented yet.
  13. Same here. I'm a fairly recent convert over to a Mac and there are still times when I'll hook up a mouse instead of using the touch pad. Too many years with a mouse I guess...
  14. Interesting ... I only have one account (premium) account that I'm aware of, but maybe I accidently created a free one in the past that I'm not remembering.
  15. Sign up for Premium 😀 I believe this change took place a few years ago. You get the 5 to test drive the feature but that is it.
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