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unitseven

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  1. Still no news? Especially of interest to me is the ability to have separate chats for separate topics.
  2. Thanks mcheng - not sure what the 'share bar' is but had a look and can't find the related chats in Windows or Android clients and your screenshot link doesn't work. Thanks for the effort though. S.
  3. Yes. I imagine in the 'context' panel there also to be the chats the note has been included in. Maybe a separate chats tab in context if there were a lot. My number one vote for work chat by far though would be for chat topics - that is that chats are created as unique threads irrespective of who the participants are. I may have one chat with a workmate around project X and another around project Y and I don't want the noise of these cross pollinating. Until then to be honest they are a bit of a gimmick IMO. Thanks for taking the feedback on board!
  4. Also another thought is how about the ability to add people to an existing chat?
  5. Am always pushing people I collaborate with to use Evernote - worst case I keep project info in a notebook and tell them in the I-am-hit-by-a-bus scenario they can find my working notes in that notrebook to keep up and running. Anyway I digress - work chat seems a good push for this but really needs IMO to be able to split into different chat streams. As in two different chats with the same person are not combined as they are two different projects/topics/whatever reason I want them separated. Also I think a chat search is needed. Another suggestion would be in the related content links to
  6. AFAIK, the only way to do this is by changing the GUID. The two options GM mentioned should do it. As far as the first option, you may need to sync after moving the notes to the local notebook. I'm not sure. Moving the notes from a local notebook back to a synced notebook with no sync in between may cause EN to think the note really hasn't been changed & therefore no new GUID assigned. The second option will destroy any note history...if you care about that. ...both these options will also break links to this note I believe. Dangerous for a bulk action on a lot of notes if you use note
  7. Have also asked for this as it would let you search for 'cancelled' task items. I do similar to Owens suggestion but use [x] as searching on just X can throw up a lot of false positives.
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