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Everything posted by jefito

  1. It is known that the separate reminder list does not show in the Windows client when one of the list views (vertical or horizontal) is used, which is what the original poster is using, and what they are asking for. There is no setting for turning it on in list mode. Notes with reminders, being just notes, are always viewable just like other notes are. But the reminder list in only viewable in snippet, card, or thumbnail views in the Evernote Windows client.
  2. Windows? Mac? Android? iOS? Web?
  3. As far as I know, it's by design. It's been this way since Reminders were introduced. Possibly on the assumption that folks who use list views don't want extra clutter (i.e., replicated notes). Anyhow, it's certainly awkward that you can't have reminders in list views if you want them (modulo @DTLow's tip that you can always show reminders via filtering), but that lands it in the "feature request" bucket, not the "bug" bucket, the way I see it.
  4. If you're using the web beta, I'd suggest reverting to the prior version: go to your account settings, look for the link that says "Go back to current version", and click it. Or just use thing link here: https://www.evernote.com/Settings.action?disableIonToPrevious=
  5. This is mainly a user forum. If you want technical support, you should probably start here:
  6. Everyone in the software world is concerned with this, but the Halting Problem being what it is, it hasn't been solved yet, at least in the large scale. Humans in the loop mean bugs are always possible, this on a day when Facebook announced a minor mishap of their own: https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/21/tech/facebook-password-database/index.html
  7. I think you're looking for dates before a specific time but not in the future, in which case you should be using a -reminderTime: term, in conjunction with a regular reminderTime: term to give you a bounded time frame. The normal reminderTime: term gives you dates later than the time parameter. The Evernote Search Grammar page (https://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/search_grammar.php) says this about reminderTIme: reminderTime:[datetime] - matches notes with a reminderTime attribute that is equal to or later than the argument datetime. reminderTime is the time at which the user has requested a reminder about the note. E.g.: reminderTime:day Matches all notes with a reminder set for today or later reminderTime:day -reminderTime:day+7 Matches all notes with a reminder set for the next 7 days Since you seem to be looking for items from some date in the past but not in the future, you'd need to use both to bound the range. For example, the following should give you notes with reminder times in the last week from today: remindertime:day-7 -reminderTime:day
  8. [Mod: split out from unrelated conversation into its own topic. @Mirtma65, you might want to retitle to something more appropriate; this is the title of the original post.]
  9. I hope that we'll get nice version-specific notes for the beta releases, as we do for the Windows betas. Also -- OT, but... -- is it time for a web client beta forum?
  10. Because Evernote developers added a "dark mode" panel, which has nothing to do with any Windows-supported dark mode? Otherwise it would just respond to Windows dark mode setting, right? Well, obviously they're working on other stuff -- or more likely, per the CEO's blog post -- focusing attention on fixing bugs, improving stability and consistency , etc., rather than adding new functionality. In other words, the developers have been things to work on that the company (not the developers) has deemed to be higher priority. Is this a surprise?
  11. You may want to start here: https://discussion.evernote.com/forum/527-customer-supportbilling/
  12. You are posting in a feature request for nested notebooks. If you want help on operating Evernote, then you'll find people waiting to do it, but you are far better off posting in an appropriate forum for that. I'd suggest starting here: https://discussion.evernote.com/forum/53-evernote-general-discussions/. If you want, one of the moderators can move your post there (I think).
  13. If you've verified that you're using the correct login/password (try using the web application to verify that, and that your notes are there), then you should probably consult:
  14. So you're here in the forums. You should check out the feature request subforums here: https://discussion.evernote.com/forum/449-product-feedbackfeature-requests/. That's what they're there for.
  15. Context? Web clipper? Screen clipper? What OS?
  16. One of the problems is that checkboxes are not like bullet points, in that they're not mapped to HTML elements like <ul> and <ol>; it uses a special Evernote element <en-todo>. That may be why -- as Cal notes -- it's treated as text: you can select it, copy/poste/delete it, etc. And as text, it gets treated the same as normal text does in Evernote with respect to pressing Tab just before it: 4 space characters get inserted (unless you're in a table, in which case, Tab goes to the next cell). So Tab only indents bulleted/numbered list items, but Ctrl+M indents everything. Remember -- there's nothing intuitive about tabs. They're handled differently in a number of different ways in different contexts None of the above is to say that Evernote couldn't make checkboxes work like lists, but it may not be a simple task, development-wise.
  17. Try going to Tools / Options / General, and disabling the "Enable Hardware Acceleration" setting.
  18. If I right click on a PDF, I see a context menu option "Open with". Click that, and select "Choose program...". You should be able to choose the program that you want there.
  19. Notebooks are used to partition your note database into discrete sets of notes. Tags let you categorize across those partitions. I find notebooks useful for sharing a set of notes to a different account (I have two: one for work and one for personal) , for designating a set of notes as local-only (stored on my desktop only), or for designating a set of notes for offline use on a mobile device (i.e., always cached on the device). Amazingly enough, my narrow tag-focused brain is able to handle the distinction just fine.
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