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  1. OK, this AM, after verifying the version of installed app / desktop app, I do see an item on the left sidebar called Tasks. It tells me I need to upgrade to use that feature... Instead of being mad, I knew I had made some tasks during the beta period when anyone could use it. I searched for the word tasks, and all the notes that contained tasks showed up in results (along with a lot of other notes that had the word tasks in them). Reading the ENML search syntax a few years ago paid off! So, the function is there, just not the ability to manage them cleanly. I imagine there is a way to search for a discrete term that would return ONLY notes with tasks in them, but I don't need that functionality just yet. Thank you all for your help. It has been very gratifying to get so many high quality answers in such a brief time!
  2. Thanks everyone. That table is PRECISELY what I was hoping to find! I am not seeing the tasks feature in my notebooks. It sounds like I "should" have that functionality. I'll investigate further when I have some more time to devote to it. Thanks again for the rapid responses!
  3. Hey everyone! I'm a long time user of Evernote (I added the Premium subscription in 2008 to allow me to sync notes). Now I am seeing a flurry of new features and pricing structures, and the Premium tier is no longer visible or described anywhere. I have tried to find a page (any page) that would allow me to see the services to which I am entitled, given my Premium subscription. For example, there is some confusion about whether Tasks is available to me, or calendar integration, or how much upload capacity I may use, etc. Like I said, I'm looking for any summary page that would explain which services I have paid for as a Premium customer (upload limits, note size limits, etc.), so I can make an informed decision about upgrading to another tier. Thanks in Advance!
  4. Over the weekend, I was trying to export a notebook of notes into a format that could be read/imported by another application. I was hoping to be able to export as html, because that seemed plausible for my purpose. Alas, html export is no longer available in the newest rev of the Windows or Mac desktop software. I have some questions. 1. Is there a way to export in a format that is not ENEX (I tried to figure it out, but couldn't see any way)? I'll even settle for a way to easily convert the ENEX file into html files. 2. Is this ENEX-only export just temporary until all the desktops reach feature parity? 3. Given Evernote's long concern with assuring that subscribers always own their own data, is this a backstep on that policy (I suspect not, but sometimes one never knows until one asks)? Any help welcomed! Thanks! Jeff
  5. I have tested this manual procedure a few times, and it seems to work. The notes (after importation) are not editable at the least... 1. Export the note(s) to a place where you can easily find them (computer desktop). 2. Open the notes in a text editor 3. Search for the section (near the end) that includes <note-attributes> 4. Copy a <content-class>xxxxx.xxxxx</content-class> somewhere before </note-attributes>. The API suggests that you use something company specific. I use my name. 5. Re-import the note to Evernote Is there an easier way?
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