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Jason Yapri

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  1. Yup, the quick temporary solution would be to copy and paste the link from Evernote Desktop and paste it on the browser first, then copy the generated link to my WhatsApp~ Although, the link turns out to be very long depending on the title of the note itself Thanks for ur prompt response
  2. I can't believe it's alamost been 5 years since this feature request... I hope they will implement this soon in 2020..
  3. Hi! Thanks for your reply 🙏 I created the link using Copy Share URL (Ctrl + /). Even if I use the Share Note > Copy the Shareable link, I will get the same link from Evernote Windows App v6.25.1.9091 (309091). Link: https://www.evernote.com/l/AZY0oS0vOMZLV617OFt7lC8Di2HflX9Lrbc/ Recently, I write many summaries of Webinars I join, and share it to my friends via Windows WhatsApp messenger using shareable link. They usually comment on some part of the notes, and when they do, I want to reopen the notes on my Android phone.. This is where the problem lies as mentioned above.
  4. I truly agree 👆 Really want to see they implement this feature
  5. Hi, I'm Jason from Indonesia. I've been using Evernote for a year or so now and I'm really satisfied with your product 👍 Imho, you guys will most probably get more sales in most Asian countries if you follow Spotify or Netflix pricing strategy where they adapt to different average purchasing power in each country.. ----- Netflix created Mobile plan aside from their Basic, Standard and Premium plan for countries like Indonesia and India. It only costs: IDR 54,000 (about USD 3.67) - see attachment Spotify offers way cheaper price for all their plans in Indonesia so that mor
  6. I cannot open my own notes on my Android phone using a working shareable link I made from Evernote Windows Desktop App from any app (tried Google Keep and WhatsApp Messenger). The Error message I get: "Cannot open the note since you may not have the permission to access it or...." (see Attachment 1-3). But it works fine if I open it on Android Chrome browser.. (see Attachment 4)... Shareable Link (created on Evernote Windows Desktop App): https://www.evernote.com/l/AZY0oS0vOMZLV617OFt7lC8Di2HflX9Lrbc/ On the other hand, If I created the shareable link from Evernote Android app, I ca
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