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  1. Maybe because admitting that a hardware upgrade is needed for decent performance on Windows would not be a message that they would want to send. It also may not be something they actually tested and quantified, but installing an SSD will give you overall better system performance that you will notice and hopefully it will also improve your Evernote experience.
  2. An example would be a weekly status meeting where new dated entries are added each week. After the meeting this complete status, with prior history, is then emailed to a distribution. Having this in one note makes this process much easier. I've thought about using note links but that becomes unmanageable.
  3. Does ScanSnap Home allow us to create a profile where we can scan directly into Evernote, like we can with the older software, or are we required to either use their cloud function or import folders to get the scan into Evernote?
  4. I bit of a pain, but clever work around.
  5. On your free account, you might want to go premium for a month or two to get all of your notes moved over otherwise you are limited to the free account restrictions and it could take several months to move your data over.
  6. I haven't tried this but the import folder is not being sync'd with a 3rd party service. If you currently scan to a folder on your PC, that folder can be designated as an import folder for Evernote and then anything you add to that folder will get automatically imported into Evernote. You should be able to try that with your current setup.
  7. To add to @DTLow's comment, the default when you access Evernote from the web is "new Evernote." As suggested, click on your account name in the left panel and select Switch to older version of Evernote. Many have reported not seeing all of their notes in the new Evernote version but can when they switch to the older version.
  8. Other than scaling back note size and monthly upload, it looks like you want premium but for $27. Heh, so would I 😉. How did you settle on $27? Just curious.
  9. How long is much longer? I have the same setup and get the initial window showing Loading Content please wait almost instantaneously. How long it takes the full note to open depends on the length of the email chain and number of attachments. A few times I have noticed it takes long enough that I started to wonder what happened and then realized that the note I was clipping was very long and had many embedded pictures. It eventually completed but probably took 10+ seconds. It was a very long note and in hindsight I didn't need all of the attached history.
  10. This works, as you said, as long as you remember to do it but I would prefer the pop up warning as well. My notes are in local notebooks for a reason. Fortunately I rarely move notes. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
  11. I’m not following your logic. History has always been a premium feature. Whether Plus exists or not does not change that. You can purchase Premium for just a month to access history if you want.
  12. I found it in Outlook under Options - Add-ins. The name is Evernote Clipper for Microsoft Outlook.
  13. Warning duly noted, but since this is for a vacation and not work, will likely be ignored 🙂
  14. Hmmm, I have a trip across the pond coming up. I'll have to look that one up.
  15. Sour Monkey, my new favorite summer beer. I'm not usually a fan of sour beers. This one is more tart to my taste than sour and very refreshing on a hot day. What was this topic about again? I remember now ... no matter how bad you think the editor may be, this beer packs enough of a punch that you won't care.
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