I am just adding my voice requesting this feature. Its absence is completely at odds with the way Evernote is pitching the product -- a single tool to manage widely disparate information. Widely disparate information needs context-specific sorting. Having one sort order persist across all notebooks is like changing a sort order in one Excel spreadsheet and having that trigger a change in the sort order of all other spreadsheets you have. You would think that was crazy. @jbenson2: your concern doesn't bother me at all. If I am searching across multiple notebooks I have no expectation about what sort order I am going to get.
Yes. As I posted earlier in this thread: on iOS, for each contact card, you tap the three dots (the "more" button), and select the appropriate option. Does anyone know how I can do this in Windows? I have about 2,000 scanned business cards, saved as PDFs, and I'd like to find some way to get them into a structured database. I'm not seeing anything like this in my version of Evernote Premium. To be as clear as I can, I scanned all these cards as PDFs, and imported them into Evernote using the import folder procedure. Many thanks.