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  1. Not for me :-( Firtefox still won't let me download Webclipper, saying it is unsigned. - Justin
  2. I think the problem is that Firefox now requires add-ons to be "signed" and apparently Evernote Webclipper (and LastPass, even more frustratingly) are not signed: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Add-ons/Distribution Grrrr!!! - Justin
  3. It doesn't work if you try to use "Share" in an open note. The note needs to be closed; long-press the relevant note in the list of notes (notebook list, ideally); click "Share", then "Post a link"; one of the options should be "TouchANote", which is what you want. Hope this helps! - Justin
  4. Many thanks, Mortica - that has solved my problem, and I am now a very happy user! - Justin
  5. Well, I took the plunge and downloaded and installed the APK file. Trouble is, when I select a note and choose "Share", I only have the option to share the note with individuals in my contact list - not an option to "share" it with TapANote/TouchANote. Can anyone work out what I might be doing wrong? - Justin
  6. Replying to my own post! I see the Evernote blog from 21 Oct 2011 refers to "option to create a new linked note with the selected text as the note title" which sounds like what I am looking for, but I don't believe that feature/facility actually exists - please tell me if I am wrong. - Justin
  7. This is a suggested feature for as many platforms as possible - though I use Android, PC, Web and iOS. I have not been able to find a thread for this elswhere, but I apologise if I have overlooked one. My suggestion is for a feature enabling users to create a new note using text in an existing note, so that the new note would be linked back to the existing note, and clicking on the relevant text would take you to the new note (ideally, with an easy way to return to the original note). At present, you have to create the new note first, then copy the note link and insert that in the note you want to link to. My suggested feature effectively reverses that feature, so you have a "parent note" from which "children notes" can be created - without leaving the parent note. The advantages for outlining, mind mapping and similar seem immense. Is this feasible or fantasy? - Justin
  8. Just a post to bemoan the loss, as a result of the recent upgrade, to display notes sorted by title in snippet view. Before the upgrade, this was possible - and the way I organised and easily flicked through my upcoming meetings. By having a note for each meeting and starting the note title with the date in reverse order - 2014-09-19 - and adding a graphic to identify the type of meeting (a cartoon of a lecturer for seminars, for instance), I was able to access a chronological list of meetings notes but easily scroll to the one I was looking for. Now that is no more. I have asked for it to be re-introduced, and now wait hopefully. - Justin
  9. I have the same problem: I have 42 notes on my desktop (Windows 7 PC) that have a praticular tab, but on my Android phone only 4 of the tags have synced - all of the notes are synced. The notebook has always been syncable (never just local). I have not checked for all tags or all notes: that would be so time-consuming it would make tagging utterly pointless!
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