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  1. Word docs are treated as attachments only. If you want to see their contents, you can double-click in them in the note, or right-click / Open With. ~Jeff
  2. In Windows you could do this sort of thing by logging out of Windows and logging in as a different user, so long as you have kept the databases separate, right? So I could set up something like this for, say, my wife on the machine we occasionally share (when I let her), since it's set up with different accounts. ~Jeff
  3. Wow, that's a bit of a mystery (to me anyways). I'd say to post a sample of one of these notes, and maybe an Evernote staffer can sort it out. Good luck. ~Jeff
  4. You don't have any import folders defined, perchance? ~Jeff
  5. Just so you know, this is a user forum, and although Evernote employees read every post, they may not choose to reply to them (there's lots of us, and few of them). Suggestions and feature requests are certainly welcome, but as always, they determine which features get put in. At a guess this feature would take a fair amount of work to support across all of their platforms (new UI generally takes a lot of time to implement, relatively speaking), so you're probably not going to be seeing this anytime soon. ~Jeff
  6. Ah, I'm using Firefox 4, which is not compatible with the Evernote add-on. You might try the bookmarklet, which you can find at the bottom of this page: http://www.evernote.com/about/download/web_clipper.php. ~Jeff
  7. Ooops. :oops: ~Jeff (not to be confused with Jeffrey Lebowski, AKA The Dude)
  8. To repeat my reply to you on the same topic in a different thread: Search the forum for "rich text android" for other threads on this topic. ~Jeff
  9. Search the forum for "rich text android" for other threads on this topic. ~Jeff
  10. If by "organizing" you mean "ordering", then sure, but that's not the only meaning. But that's not what you seem to want, so good luck. ~Jeff
  11. The way that you organize notes in Evernote is via Notebooks and tags. If tabs such as you suggest are ever implemented in Evernote, it will be quite awhile, so my recommendation to you is that you need to come to terms with using tags effectively in Evernote, or else you'll be fighting it all the time. ~Jeff
  12. How are you doing your clipping. URLs are saved when you use the various web clippers (e.g. the Chrome extension and Firefox addin). ~Jeff
  13. Please see my response to you in your previous request. And please post device specific comments into the appropriate subforum. Thanks.\ ~Jeff
  14. You're already on it (or as the old dishwashing soap ad went "you're soaking in it"). Posting a request here is, well, making a feature request, since all posts are read by Evernote staff. Whether they see fit to make Evernote into a post-it note program is up to them. Right now, Evernote is more of a note collection, storage and retrieval system, with light note-taking abilities. Re caching: if you have requests to make of specific platforms, you should make them in the appropriate subforums (since the desktop clients already store all of their notes locally); there's already discussions relevant to caching in those forums. You should also check the Trunk for programs that work with Evernote -- you may find one that suits your needs. ~Jeff
  15. We could also ask: "Evernote is cross-platform. Why not OneNote?" The point is that Evernote is not OneNote, and vice-versa. They each have their strong points, and their weak points. And Evernote at this time doesn't have tabs for notes. We're talking about how to make Evernote work for people with what it has today here! If Evernote doesn't have what you require today, maybe it will someday, but there's no guarantee that it ever will; in the meantime, all we can do is to try to give you ideas about how you can organize your class notes in Evernote with the functionality it does have. ~Jeff
  16. *sigh* Serve me right to muck around in the Mac world. Sorry for the bum steer, arnaud. ~Jeff
  17. We could also ask: "Evernote is cross-platform. Why not OneNote?" The point is that Evernote is not OneNote, and vice-versa. They each have their strong points, and their weak points. And Evernote at this time doesn't have tabs for notes. We're talking about how to make Evernote work for people with what it has today. If Evernote doesn't have what you require today, maybe it will someday, but there's no guarantee that it ever will; in the meantime, we can give you ideas about how you can organize your class notes in Evernote with the functionality it does have. ~Jeff
  18. You'll export your notes from the first account to someplace convenient and accessible; if you export a group of notes, they all go into one self-contained .enex file. Then shut it down, and log in to the second account, and import. They don't need to be open at the same time. ~Jeff
  19. On the Windows client (I don't use the mac), it's under File / Import. Hopefully it's the same for you. ~Jeff
  20. Tabs for the note list, so that you could work on multiple notes at a time, have already been suggested (search the forum for 'tabs'). I'm not sure how tabs for notes would work; it's not a common document metaphor -- we generally think of tabs as useful for separate documents, not separate document sections. I'd suggest using separate notes for each lecture, possibly identified via a tag. ~Jeff
  21. There is no known release schedule for this or any other Evernote features. There rarely is; if anything, we might get an indication of relative priority for particular features, but no date specifics. ~Jeff
  22. You should be able to do it by exporting the notes that you want to transfer into .enex format, and then importing then into your desired destination. ~Jeff
  23. Search is your friend. All you had to do was search for the terms "green fingernail polish". ~Jeff
  24. Since you seem to be quite interested in correctness, BurgersNFries is a 'she'. ~Jeff
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