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  1. BUG ipad 2 will not keep open on Evernote, I have tried resetting still same

  2. I ran into a bug using the web version of evernote using IE11

    What I did:

    1) type some text and insert a checkbox at the front of it

    2) highlight and drag the whole line (checkbox + text) else where


    What I saw:

     The checkbox is no longer clickable


    What I expected:

    To be able to click on the checkbox after I move it around the page

  3. Have you tried the standard iOS trouble shooting steps? Have you tried resetting your device by pressing and holding the Home button and power button until the apple appears? Have you checked Settings>General>Usage to see how much free space you have? I sometimes have weird issues if I run low on free space. Best of luck.
  4. Actually, gazumped, you can't download apps for iOS devices from anywhere but the App Store, unless you've jailbroken the phone.
  5. Yes, they do. However, that doesn't mean they implement every suggestion or feature request.
  6. Then you may well have the wrong software. Evernote has never really been a good option for that. You can do it but it's not really what Evernote appears to be trying to be. As Gazumped noted above, they focus has been primarily on collection, storage and retrieval. There are lots of apps that will sync notes to Evernote. Depending on what platforms you use, one of them may well be a better choice. I'm hooked on my LiveScribe pen right now. I take the notes on paper and they get synced to Evernote (as handwritten notes). I can convert them to text if I need to. Best of both worlds for me.
  7. How much free space do you have on your device? Settings>General>Usage?
  8. Where on the screen and under what circumstances are you seeing this?
  9. It's a HUGE problem over on the Apple Support Communities. Some of the senior members have made suggestions such as limiting the number of posts initially or giving us limited moderation abilities. We've been told they're continuing to work on solutions. It's gotten a tiny bit better but remains a problem. I'm very grateful for the five post limit here.
  10. As best I can tell, the Mac client does it by date updated. I've been able to manipulate the order by adding non-destructive edits (a space at the very end of a note).
  11. Individual notes cannot be password protected. Depending on the platform you're using, you may be able to encrypt individual notes. The mobile versions of the app (I think all of them) can be password protected. On a desktop platform, password protect your overall user account using the methods your operating system provides.
  12. Only Evernote would know whether or not such a feature would be difficult to implement across the multiple platforms on which Evernote runs. And only Evernote would know where, on their priority list, this feature might fall. They don't generally comment on their roadmap.
  13. If you already have Evernote installed and you delete and reinstall it, you should be offered the older version.
  14. You need to download Evernote (current version) to your computer first. Once it's downloaded onto the computer, you can go to the App Store on your iOS device and download it again. When you try, it should ask you if you want to download the older version.
  15. Different platforms have different capabilities and usually a different "look and feel". Apps written for one platform will generally not look exactly the same on another platform. For example, Word for Windows looks a bit different than Word for Mac. In the case of Evernote, it's also important to realize that each platform has its own development team, working independently. While they strive for parity of features, they each work on their own timeline. It might be helpful to the Evernote employees who read this if you describe exactly what changes you'd like to see, rather than the rather general notion that you want the Android app to look like the iPhone app. It's unlikely that they will ever look precisely the same, though.
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