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jefito

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  1. Evernote staff read every post, as nearly as I can tell. They do not always respond. Doesn't matter if you're a paying customer or not. You can always file support inquiries (see the link in my sig), but paying customers get priority.
  2. Got it, makes sense. It's not Enterprise-first, but Evernote-first, with an eye towards Enterprise. Thanks, Geoff.
  3. Coming from a bit further back, the Enterprise was a less-emphasized problem space for Evernote, at least that's the impression I got from Dave E. My own take is (and was) that enterprise is going to want more involved sharing facilities; so long as the easy things stay easy, then that's fine. I do agree that shared resources ought to have the same capabilities as normal resource, modulo owner's permissions, of course.
  4. @Gimpster: Please read the discussions jbenson2 posted, it is *not* the largest image that is used. On the other hand, overriding the system-selected image used would be a nice improvement. It's not clear to me that that's something that is transferred with the note; it may be determined on-the-fly by the client (I haven't been able to figure it out by looking at an exported .ENEX file yet), though I suppose it's also possible that that's determined by a call to the server, too.
  5. Dunno why it doesn't work for you; I almost never need to sign in to the forum.
  6. There are no better workarounds than cut'n'paste.
  7. @jwbeyer (et al): I guess that the questions in my mind would be: If I share a stack with others, is it a one-off deal, or should I expect any changes (e.g. add or remove a notebook) that I make to the stack synchronize to the sharees. Can a sharee add or remove a notebook to the stack on their end? If it's just a one-off thing, then that would be a convenience, and maybe not hard to implement. Full stack synchronization across multiple sharees would be a different beast, I think. BTW, there are plenty of serious users of Evernote who do not need sharing, so this is not a fundamental use case for these users. On the other hand, if you've been evaluating the market, then surely you've found some other solution, or are you disappointed in the entire market as well? Also, as this is a user forum, Evernote staff do not always comment on issues, and they rarely give timetables for future product directions. They do sometimes, but I wouldn't expect it.
  8. @DanB -- so why are you unhappy with support? There is no workaround available, and support can't fix problems, but they're passing the information on to the dev staff. What did they do that was so wrong?
  9. We often -- quaintly -- believe that we do, but they' usually wind up being compost heaps, at best...
  10. Dear Member, er, postitnotes (note that user names are located at the top-left of the post, in green; the Evernote forum group that the user belongs to, e.g. "Evernote Evangelist", "Member", "Browncoat", etc. are located underneath the user's picture/avatar), What you quoted as the definition of checklist ("A list of items required, things to be done, or points to be considered, used as a reminder.") is fine. But that does not imply the behavior that you recommended is required for to-do functionality: Convenient, maybe. Required, no. Frankly, that's not the sort of behavior that I'd like to see, if it were totally automatic. I often mix nested, multi-level bullet lists and checklists, in which list order is more important than checkbox location, and I don't want Evernote moving things around on me automatically (not to mention that it might be tricky to determine the location of a moved item in such a list). So, ok, maybe in constrained lists, and maybe with an option to enable/disable the behavior, but all of that's ripe for user confusion. So it's not a bad idea, but there may be more to it that you supposed, and while the checkboxes are handy, again, Evernote's primary focus is not to be a dedicated, first-class task management application.
  11. Were Evernote primarily intended to be a To-do list application, maybe so, but it isn't. That being said, got To-do items inside a single note, there's no really way to do it except moving them by hand. If you have a task per note, then you can the todo: search option to filter for todo items, either checked, or unchecked or both.
  12. Hereabouts, we have a whole season devoted to mud: spring.
  13. The mudroom is usually the first room off the entryway, where you take off your muddy boots.
  14. If Apple does as good a job with whatever-their-competing-client-is on Windows as they did with iTunes, well, I will wait to be impressed.
  15. There is none. It's been requested before but there's been no feedback that I can recall that it's going to appear any time soon. I think it would be a great addition.
  16. Stayed home, did some chores, moved some wood onto the porch, accepted delivery on a piece of furniture for the mudroom, and made turkey soup. Oh, and did venture out to the local (and independent) music/video store, to get a video and watched it later on. Black Friday, what?
  17. Oh, so are we, trust me. But there are times when you avoid the store, and keep to the back roads to get around.
  18. Oh, I figured that that spreadsheet was just dropping hints to us lower-class moderator types.
  19. Urg, I won't be going out. It's bad enough that I live in the home of L. L. Bean's, I don't have to drive 25 miles to seek out that kind of punishment at the mall... Heather, are you looking for something in a particular size/color?
  20. Windows 7 itself has some behaviors that are similar to docking which work fine for this -- you can just dock a note (or the entire Evernote application, depends on how big your screen is) over on one side of your screen, and switch in other apps, browser, whatever. I do it all the time (ok, two screens at work makes it better)
  21. A couple of things that I can think of. First, Wordpress is a publishing solution. Evenote is primarily a note storage and retrieval system, and only secondarily (or tertially?) a publishing system. Second, if could just be a prioritization thing. That's not to say that it won't happen; it just may not happen soon.
  22. Once you're logged in, you should be able to go back to the support page (here: http://www.evernote.com/about/contact/support/) and submit the inquiry.
  23. Actually, the hierarchy is embodied in the name of the tag, so long as you mirror the hierarchical structure or the original tag tree in the name. Which is sorta the point: you see the tag, you see the implied hierarchy.
  24. Some people expose a hierarchy in their tag naming schemes. See this earlier post from this thread: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=20719#p116181, for example. Again, not necessarily convenient, but possible.
  25. As I said before, Evernote persists these settings in the registry (cookies are a browser thing). I find my Evernote settings at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Evernote\Evernote\ in the string value "NotelistSorting". I don't know what you mean by keeping things "locked down tight" -- do you mean that you prevent writes to the registry?
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