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  1. @OrbWeaver - Thanks for the update - most Plus users who have commented so far seem to content to stay that way so's not to fall into a Premium 'trap' after their discount year. Looks like Evernote is going to have to look into different pricing structures if they want to streamline the product types...
  2. Hi. From your description it may be either that the images take your notes over the "maximum note size" allowed by Evernote, or you may have exceeded the upload limit for the month. Evernote system limits If the above doesn't help, have a look at this page - How to troubleshoot syncing issues
  3. With 200M users, 139 staff could spend all their time dealing with Forum posts if they were active here. We're a (mainly) user-supported forum. Evernote Developers read posts - eventually - while trolling for ideas and feedback, and they'll take your comment on board if they can replicate the issue; but we're not a link to Evernote Support. As a subscriber you can report issues directly - https://help.evernote.com/hc/requests/new
  4. Agreed there's a problem. If you can't find a way to work around it, then -obviously- you need to look around for alternatives. If you don't want to do that, then I can only counsel patience...
  5. The guy who actually built the current release has explained that there's no way to use the current code base to invoke a 'dark' option in the current Windows code base. So Evernote would need to rewrite the application from the ground up to deliver a dark mode. That rewrite has actually been started (although I don't know whether a Dark Mode is one of the immediate priorities) It won;t happen overnight either way.
  6. Hmmn. Well, I've posted elsewhere that ETA's tend to be hard when a tech company needs to understand what a third party actually did to their previously stable working environment to comprehensively mess it up so badly - and finding out what was done is the main issue. Once you know why things broke you can fix them; but it can be kinda difficult to predict when that "why" discovery will be made. "Diligently working" seems to indicate that they have at least one person, maybe a team working hard on this. As soon as that team has a result I'm sure we'll hear something...
  7. OK - based on that general information; do you have access to a text expander like er, TextExpander? The content of your stamps might be available via another app?
  8. It's a pre-recorded search. Instead of having to run the search on a daily basis, you simply open the ToC note and your results are there immediately. It's really lazy. I love it....
  9. Hi. beyond showing the business card picture on a desktop and scanning it (again) with the phone, I have no ideas...
  10. Hi. Nice suggestion, but the duration of a video is normally shown on the hosting page. It would be pretty easy to add 23:07 (or whatever) to the title of a clip for later sorting. The chances of Evernote automating this for a very small number of users... I'd guess about 1%.
  11. Now I understand what we're talking about - that would seem to be this: Not implemented yet, but the Edit function is currently being rebuilt...
  12. Not an iOS user at any level, but if you can use a text expander app it's easy to create a date 'stamp' with as much or as little time data as necessary. I use Windows and Phrase Express to title my notes with the correct date for their content. It's possible to be far more creative than I usually bother with - my stamp starts out as today's date - 20190920 - and gets edited to suit. Putting that at the front of the title means that if you sort a series of notes, they're easy to move into the correct sequence. Putting an edited version into the body of a note at least means you can search for a specific date with confidence.
  13. I know there are reservations about additional cost and the security of dealing with third parties, but I have a number of dynamic ToC notes via Filterize. Some are triggered by tags, others by reminders. My 'do it now' list* is populated with notes that: have that tag have a reminder date of today are uncompleted notes with earlier reminder dates My 'soon' list has notes with reminders that fall in the next 7 days, plus a few with that specific tag I have other lists triggered by words in titles or source emails, and my Google mail forwards some mail directly to specific notebooks where I can curate them at leisure. I (briefly) enjoyed 'inbox zero' a few weeks ago, but life has me up to an average of 20 outstanding items needing attention. It's a lot better than it used to be... There's a lot more functionality in the app that I'm still not yet using - just being cautious! 😉 *EDIT: Forgot to mention that I can lay out my notes under various headings and assign sorting as required... presentation is quite professional!
  14. What sort of demonstration would you have in mind? 99% of the work in 'fixing' something usually goes into finding out what causing an issue in the first place. Once that is known, the corrective measures are - again usually - pretty straightforward. The discovery phase often involves lots of investigation with users on different systems plus experimentation internally. It takes time - and the reason tech companies don't (usually) say "we'll have this fixed by next week" is that they just don't know that something is stable and fully fixed until it actually is. At the moment (I gather) this is broken. If it's a business-critical function that prevents you operating with a workaround in place, then you clearly need to look at options. Evernote are pretty good at getting update conflicts resolved - they've done so on occasion within days of a problem being apparent. If they haven't fixed this within several weeks, I'd be sure they're working very hard to understand why...
  15. Windows user here... you have stamps? Not something I've heard of until now. Maybe one of my Mac-user colleagues can comment about their possibilities, but in terms of possible work-arounds, what do you personally use stamps for?
  16. Hmmn. Like I say - I doubt anything is going to happen on Evernote's side, but I have (frequently) been wrong before...
  17. I'd recommend talking to Saferoom Support for starters - they should be able to tell you what to look for at least... or where to look in your backups...
  18. I'd say it's a good guess - mine too. If Evernote opened every executable file directly after a link it would be pretty easy for a user to accidentally start a process. Having an "are you sure?" step seems like good practice where you're not sure how knowledgeable your users might be. ...Though I did try a link to a batch file "temp.bat" which included some links to executables and Evernote seemed quite happy to run a batch file without any further prompts, so that might be a work-around...
  19. Hi. Have you tried all the fixes listed above? reached out to Evernote Support for assistance? (We're not them: mainly user-supported forum here.) backed up your Databases folder to your desktop? When you've completed those steps and if the app is still misbehaving, try removing the complete installation with Revo Uninstaller (it reaches the files other uninstallers don't usually touch). Then download and re-install the app from Evernote.com and log in with your normal user details so that the database and search indexes can be rebuilt from the server.
  20. Hi. I'm not a Mac user but Evernote usually uses the language that the system preferences are set to. If that's already Spanish, you may be able to change the spellcheck language in Preferences. Other than that I have no clue, sorry. There are others around who do know what they're talking about though - they can correct me if I'm wrong.
  21. Hi. If you can load Android apps into a Paperwhite you can have access to notes. If the Paperwhite is linked to your Amazon Kindle email address you can send notes to the device (if you save them as PDF files). If you make notes or highlight sections on the Paperwhite I believe it's possible to 'share' those notes to Evernote. (Search Amazon help for how...) It's extremely unlikely that Evernote would design an app specific to Paperwhites - there's no way for them to recoup the cost of the development and Amazon likely wouldn't welcome an approach anyway. They prefer to do things in-house.
  22. Hi. See How to access notes offline - if you set up offline notes on a mobile device, leave plenty of time for the content to sync down to your device before you expect to get access.
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