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  1. Understood, but real-world user metaphors can be useful in UI design due to user familiarity. Why else is the notebook/note/{tag/label/keyword} so popular? Because it's concrete and familiar. Sure, that's all fair, but think about the audience -- do most computer users use symbolic file system links in their everyday computer experience? I've been a developer for nearly 40 years and have some technical facility, and I have never used them for my own stuff. I'm pretty sure that that's the situation for most other computer users, the vast majority of whom are not technical by nature. Su
  2. Um, happy for you? Me, I'm sucking on a nice Aeropress'ed cup of dark roast, Yum!
  3. I found it pretty reliable for that purpose as well. I seem to recall that it also replicated the note filters in play in the previous / next note history (can't check right now, need to install the Legacy version), but I relied on that a lot less often. Main use case was to load up my weekly journal, which contains a TOC for current projects, research captured in Evernote, and related notes. Start with the journal, click over to a project, add a note, click back to the journal. It'd be nice to have that back.
  4. Not sure how this is supposed to work -- I was expecting something like the Note History functionality in the previous Windows client, which I found to be super handy. But no matter what I do, clicking on the "Previous Page" arrow at the top left of the note panel always seems to bring me back to the first note of the current notebook (though a different note may be highlighted in the list. The "Next Page" arrow, if enabled, seems to do the same thing. Can we get some guidance on how these are supposed to work, or whether they're just currently underbaked? Thanks.
  5. I can confirm the behavior. In addition, general search on the recognition text doesn't seem to find the note either (it does in the native Windows application, though it doesn't in the web version). I did check and made sure that the desired text was in the recognition text. You will likely not get a direct answer from Evernote here, as this is primarily a user forum, not an official support forum. For official support, you can try https://www.evernote.com/SupportLogin.action or https://twitter.com/evernotehelps?lang=en
  6. I'd like to see that standard, but from my experience, Alt+F4 closes the current active window. It's just the same as clicking the 'X' icon in the title bar, or clicking Alt+Space and then selecting "Close" from the popup menu. Internally, I think it just sends a WM_CLOSE message to the current window, and then that window does its thing. Some Microsoft documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/learnwin32/closing-the-window. In particular, this means that you can do Alt+F4 t o close a child window of an application (e.g., a dialog), and it won't close the whole application.
  7. I see word and character counts in the Evernote native Windows application. at the bottom of the note editor window. What are you using?
  8. I can't tell you what Evernote's business strategy is, but my any measure, they've achieved a pretty good market share in the note-keeping/taking market. As far as I can tell, Evernote is most commonly used for collecting and organizing disparate sorts of information. It's great for research, record keeping, and many other related uses. As you found out, its tools for to-do list activities are on the light side -- in fairness, they've never advertised themselves as a dedicated to-do list application, and that's pretty clearly not been their business strategy. I use Evernote's reminders fo
  9. You'll get better answers if you tell us which Evernote applications you are using, e.g. Windows, Mac, Android, iOS,or web...
  10. Which Evernote applications are you referring to? Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, web? The Windows application has some pretty nice UI for selecting tags.
  11. On Android, you use the "hambuger" menu to pop out a panel from the left side of yout screen. You should see a "Tags" entry in the list, underneath the entries for "All Notes", "Notebooks" and "Shared with Me". Tap it --> Tags!
  12. This is not hijacking you or holding you captive. It is just part of the Basic, free Evernote plan. It looks like you ran into the device limit: you are limited to using a maximum of 2 synced devices at a time, plus the web version. Here's some info on the device limit: https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/218558068-Understanding-the-device-limit
  13. Right you are -- probably should have specified "though the Evernote application UIs", but it seemed to be part of the problem definition. Even so, if you want to do this with ENEX files, you'd need to understand how to figure out which note each highlight markup belongs to, and then add a special tag to the note, and then re-import the note back into Evernote in such a way that it replaces the original note. Let's just say that this isn't going to win any UX prizes any time soon...
  14. Is this Windows? Mac? Web? I see that the Android app has them, though they only appear when they apply. To tell the truth, I always use Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y; these are about as common in all Windows editing programs as they get, even in web-based applications. They're pretty hard-wired into my fingers at this point...
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