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  1. Thanks @Shane D. for clarifying and merging the parallel threads. This makes sense now. In the meantime I will just bump the site to Chrome if I need to clip. I think we can all agree that we want a highly reliable (and fast) web clipper, not one that was rushed out just because Apple changed their policy a little earlier than expected. Seems we will need to move to Mac App Store versions of Evernote if we want to use Safari Web Clipper in future, am I right? This is a change for me but I can't think of any problems, other than we may have to wait a day or so longer for new releases to be available?
  2. I think this is effecting me. I just went to clip something and it had disappeared. Completely vanished. I am only running Mojave 10.14.6 and safari 12.1.2. When I click on "get web clipper" from the evernote preferences it directs me to the mac app store - first the evernote client and then a long list of safari extensions (and its not there). I have never bothered to switch to the MAS version of evernote as I felt the direct versions came quicker. Can I take the above to mean I have to live without the web clipper in Safari until evernote release a new version?
  3. This is awesome! I totally ignored the point about defining which input attribute. I have made a little change which sets the reminder to the day before, just in case I get too busy on that day. set dueDate to ((item 1 of inputAttributes) - 1) tell application "Evernote" activate set theNote to create note from file theFile notebook "Statements" tags {"Tag1", "Tag2", "Tag3"} set reminder time of theNote to dueDate synchronize end tell Thank you very much, this will really improve my workflow and helps me think of other things I can do with Hazel and Evernote.
  4. Hi DTLow Not sure if you are familiar with Hazel or not. I'm trying to add a line to set a reminder to pay a bill which is passed in from Hazel as an input attribute. After a lot of searching I was unable to find any exact examples for a noob like me to copy and paste. My current script looks like this but it does not work, this is my first attempt at modifying an existing script. Can you help? tell application "Evernote" activate (create note from file theFile notebook {"Statements"} tags {"Tag1", "Tag2", "Tag3"}) set reminder time of theNote to "Due Date" synchronize end tell This is the value which is passed to the script (embedded type) by Hazel. What am I missing in my script?
  5. I note that the reminder controls are now hidden behind the ... so its extra work for me to set a reminder. There is still so much screen real estate there, so I am not sure what the rationale behind demoting reminders was - its a very powerful feature in my opinion. I thought that I would then just learn the keyboard shortcut, but that doesn't seem to exist - does it? I also have a touchbar mac, I have not paid much attention to it, but, alas, no reminder shortcut there either. I need to advocate for reminders, please make them easier, not harder!
  6. When I select the reminder icon, notes should be sorted and displayed in such a way that today's reminders are at the top of the screen. Scroll up (by pushing notes down) to see reminders in the future. Scroll down (by pushing notes down) to see notes with overdue reminders. In the current implementation I have to scroll while looking at the reminder dates to see when they turn into times, in order to work out which ones are due today. Not ideal.
  7. Please add month and year selectors to the date chooser. I may want to set a reminder for a date in 3 years time. Impossible with the current implementation.
  8. A lock icon on the note, akin to the lock in system preferences, would be good. Click the lock to lock the note (make it read only). Click it again to unlock with a confirmation dialog.
  9. I'd really like to be able to undo a notebook change, or when I change the notebook to trash (by deleting). I often delete a note then wish I could un-delete it just by hitting ⌘Z.
  10. I'd really like to be able to undo a notebook change, or when I change the notebook to trash (by deleting). I often delete a note then wish I could un-delete it just by hitting ⌘Z.
  11. Not sure about this feature. If I set a reminder for something I've got to do today, while I'm at my mac in the morning, but I don't happen to launch the Evernote ap on my iPhone before that reminder is due, I may never get that reminder (because it won't get a chance to sync). This opposed to the iOS/OSX Reminders ap, which is constantly synced, probably means I won't use this for my primary reminder ap. I'll probably use it to remind me to pay bills - I used to copy the note URL of the bill image into the reminders ap, now I can just flip the reminder on inside the note itself. Usually bills arrive a month ahead so its 100% likely that I'll have synced my phone at least once. Its a very smart move on Evernote's part for user retention, as a user is more invested in Evernote if I've set a lot of reminders for things in the future, good chance they'll keep using Evernote. Evernote, you should have put this in years ago! Now, just give me the ability to lock notes so I don't accidentally delete blocks of text when copying!
  12. I would like to see the ability to assign a notebook and tag in the quicknote window using the email syntax @notebook #tag. The first line goes to the title, the rest to the body, etc. I'd also like the previously available "one step process for screen captures into new notes" again, rather than having to capture the screen then dismiss the quicknote window. By the way, pressing escape does not create the note. You must press command+enter (or click the "save to evernote" button)
  13. Saved searches are such a wonderful thing about Evernote, but I doubt many people even know about their existence. Its so surprising to see "save search" hidden under so many layers of menu. I would like to see the following changes: A "Save Search" button somewhere on the search tab. And/or a keyboard shortcut to save a search.A way to rename saved searches (to prevent the workaround of using the saved search, copying the search string, deleting the saved search and recreating it with the new name)The note count on a saved search placed in the shortcut bar in the same way as notebooks can display their note count.
  14. I would really love to see Text Expander support in Evernote for iOS. Creating text in another ap is less than desirable, simply because I forget to send it to Evernote. Also, when I create notes in the Evernote client I get the geolocation and precise time of the note.
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