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  1. If all else fails, switch it all off, and then back on again... it's worth a try! 😀
  2. Hi. I recently found (courtesy of the Forums here) the interestingly named PDF editor NAPS2 (Not Another PDF Scanner 2). It has the ever more interesting talent of taking in a series of files - including PDF and JPG - via import, and rearranging them into a specific order. I've even added a scanned document with 10 pages into the app, plus a missed page 3, and been able to output the pages together and in the correct order. There's a bit of a learning curve, but it is quite good at fixing page order issues. The only slight downside may be the extra process - scan / process in Naps2 / import to Evernote. I'd also suggest another option to save your scans as separate notes - by using an Import folder and dragging and dropping files in order into the folder - you could then select the group of notes and merge the notes together in the correct order. How to create import folders in Evernote for Windows
  3. Hi. What have you tried so far? Remove / reinstall Clipper? Reinstall Evernote? Both are -fairly- quick and easy system refreshes that should clear old cache data...
  4. Hi. Are you using exactly the same method as @DarrenMuff?
  5. Hi. No clue as to what's causing the glitch here, but I'd suggest your colleague revokes access again, then signs out of Evernote and back in. Before speaking to them though, try the same thing (signing out and back in) and throw in a system restart as well for good measure. If that doesn't fix the access, try the revoke / reassign thing again.
  6. Hi. If Evernote can't easily duplicate the issue on their test machines, they need to understand what is causing the crashes before they can fix it for everyone. - and if they still haven't found it, and can't yet fix it, not replying to questions and suggestions will mean the support request gets closed - on the basis that you may have found a fix anyway. See comments above - and we're all paying for unlimited storage, searches and a lot of other features too. Annotation isn't something I use (and I'm not a Mac user anyway) - but aren't there a range of applications that could be used for annotation, besides Evernote's built-in feature?
  7. Hi. Ctrl+Help in the desktop version will give you an extended menu which includes "rebuild text search index" which may help. Don't run it unless you won't need the system for a while, because it can take more time than for a beverage or two if you have lots of notes. Please don't play with the other options - they're meant to be for Support to suggest in specific circumstances and may have ...unexpected results in some cases. I have used this one though, and it does seem to improve searches.
  8. Hi. We're a -mainly- user supported forum, so under-the-hood technical questions about a beta OS aren't easy to deal with here. The Support team is available on https://help.evernote.com/hc/requests/new, or https://twitter.com/evernotehelps if that link won't work for you.
  9. Just had a quick check in the current Evernote beta and it worked for me on a Samsung tablet.
  10. Hi. Are you printing the note content, or an attached file? If it is the content, it might be feasible to use a browser on your device to log in via Evernote.com, find the note and then share using the browser's features rather than Evernote. Don't think it's a case of Evernote not wanting to allow their users to share outside of Evernote - anyone could always copy and paste content and / or attachments into a standard email anyway. More a question that a printing option in Android has never been available before, and it's not caused much comment until now. (And for the record I don't find that many other apps have a share function that includes printing - although I admit quite a few have a 'print' button...)
  11. Hi. Your current process with PDFs just relies on the fact that an Evernote attachment can be opened by any suitable editor, and the amended version saved back to the note. No special 'integration' required. If you can find some specialist epub software with an editor that allows you to highlight text and save back to an epub file, that should be enough. Some web searching and research required though, I think - please let us know if you find a good epub editor. You could also look into whether highlights transfer when an edited PDF file is converted to an epub file. Calibre is certainly capable of converting the epub file to PDF and back. It also has some epub editing features. Calibre has an inbuilt library folder, but it also edits epubs. It could be useful to try it out. It would be (IMHO) highly unlikely for Evernote to want to be directly involved in any of this unless there are a lot of users desperate for something similar. You could post in the section below to see if there is any support for the suggestion... General Feature Requests
  12. Hi. AFAIK the only last update was beta-related. What Evernote version do you actually have? And when you say "no working" does that mean you get an error, incorrect results, zero hits or an endlessly circling green flash?
  13. Meanwhile, this link will take you to instructions to leave the beta track - https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/115012981847-How-to-join-the-Evernote-for-Android-beta-program
  14. Hi. Your Evernote account exists on the central server. Check that its there by using a desktop browser and signing in to Evernote.com. Your phone doesn't retain a complete copy of your database, that's stored in the cloud; so yes - if you haven't changed your password or followed the other advice here, your notes are still potentially at risk.
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