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maxikk

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  1. The intitle: search is still there. One thing to keep in mind is that advanced searches like intitle: look for an exact match to the searchterm, unless followed by a wildcard (*). For example, if you have a note titled Stars, searching for intitle:st won't find the note, searching for intitle:stars or intitle:st* will. If this doesn't help, please post a specific example of a note title and a search query that don't work.
  2. In the note list, select the note that you want to move, right-click on it and select "Copy to Business...". This will bring up a dialog with the list of business notebooks. Select your desired destination notebook. On the bottom of the dialog there is a checkbox "Delete original note". If you check it, the note will be copied to Business and then deleted from your personal notebook.
  3. Click on the note in the Work Chat, it will open in a new window. In that window: Note->Copy To Notebook...
  4. Phaddon, Zwirbel2, and Yakir, What version did you upgrade from? Did you have your database location in a custom folder or default location? Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience.
  5. Mahesh, From what I understand, you are asking for multiple levels of notebook stacks. Evernote does not support it. You can only have notebooks in a stack, you cannot have another stack inside a stack. Thanks, Max
  6. Mahesh, Yes, you can have more than 2 notebooks in a stack. Just right-click on the stack and choose "Create Notebook in ..." For existing notebooks, just drag the notebook onto the stack. Thanks, Max
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