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varpness

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  1. I cancelled my Evernote subscription a couple of years ago because of the way a rude forum member responded to my request, basically telling me that Evernote was probably not going to accommodate my request. I'd hate to see the company lose more subscribers due to aggressive and unnecessarily hostile responses from Evernote Evangelists. If you take offense to this, then you might be the problem we are talking about, otherwise, if it's not you, don't take offense and move on. If any user feels a post by any other user violates the terms of the forum, they are free to use the report button that appears on each & every post. However, simply not liking a post or not agreeing with a post does not mean it violates the terms of the forum. I would also add that if you cancelling your service b/c of a forum post is pretty silly on several levels. But it's certainly your choice. Now, back on topic please or else this thread will be locked. I never said someone violated the terms of the forum, but you just did. Did I ask you to tell me if my decision was silly or not? No, so please don't insult me again or I will report you.
  2. I cancelled my Evernote subscription a couple of years ago because of the way a rude forum member responded to my request, basically telling me that Evernote was probably not going to accommodate my request. I'd hate to see the company lose more subscribers due to aggressive and unnecessarily hostile responses from Evernote Evangelists. If you take offense to this, then you might be the problem we are talking about, otherwise, if it's not you, don't take offense and move on.
  3. Add me to the list of people who want stacks that go deeper than one level. There's no reason we shouldn't make this request, and if you are an old forum member and you don't like people asking for new features, then perhaps you should go find an app that doesn't have a discussion board.
  4. Is there a way to force Evernote for Android to run the phone version on my Nexus 7 tablet? The reason I'm asking is because the tag tree on the phone version acts the way a person would expect, pressing the back button will go up on level on the tag tree. The tablet version of Android shows the main menu slide out whenever I press the back key, and it's impossible to go up a level on the tag tree without going through the tag tree from the start. EDIT: Okay, I figured out there is a button near the top of each level of the tag tree that allows one to go up the tree one level. I was accustomed to using the back button on my phone that I didn't realize there was a way to do it on the tablet using a back arrow at the top of the tree. I'll leave this post up in case others come across the same confusion.
  5. I would like to second this request, but also mention that Evernote running on my Android phone does just what it's supposed to do, the back button goes up the tag tree one level. However, Evernote running on my Nexus 7 tablet works the way gustavgi says, the back button opens some side panel and does not go up the tree, causing frustration.
  6. Would it be possible to get an updated version of Alpha 3 with the correct embedded version number, just so we can get it to stop hounding us about updated it to the latest version, even though we are already running the latest version? Thanks. Also, alpha 2 is still stickied.
  7. I'm pretty sure it IS Alpha3 but just mislabeled. Check to see if you are getting the Alpha3 features, like a tag tree.
  8. Another possible bug? My Android is reporting this version of Evernote to be alpha 2.
  9. I just tried it and YES!! it's perfect! That's EXACTLY what I needed for my hierarchy of tags! You folks are awesome! INSTANT premium member, and I don't have to read ignorant replies from a certain fast food enthusiast anymore. THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN.
  10. Have you tried turning it off and on again?
  11. I removed my posts and decided to avoid interacting with users on this forum due to extremely childish behavior and mistreatment of those with differing opinions. However, I heard about this post through the grapevine and decided to log in once in order to give my thanks for working to implement a tag tree. I'm sure not to be the only one who orders a premium membership once this feature is implemented. Thank you again.
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  15. For the Android app, please remove the option to sort by Notebook, as this feature is completely useless given there is a Notebook button which already does this on the main screen. Instead, changing the sort order to "tags" would serve a legitimate function. Thank you for considering this request.
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  18. People on this forum keep saying a hierarchy is completely unnecessary and tags are superior. Of course, this is contradicted by the fact that the developers have implemented it in the desktop client. If it servers no purpose, then why is it implemented? It needs to be in the Android client, or perhaps someone could explain how to do the same thing with tags. I've looked around and have yet to find someone able to backup the argument of tags over trees, and I even dedicated a thread to asking for help with understanding how to use tags to do everything a hierarchy can do, but I don't have my fingers crossed. Meanwhile Springpad allows this with Android client, but it doesn't have an offline desktop client, which is the only reason I'm hanging around Evernote at this point. Actually, I'm really never offline so maybe Springpad is the answer. Or maybe a good tutorial on how to use tags effectively with VERY large collection of structured notes.
  19. I definitely appreciate your logic here, Engberg. But there are ways to enhance functionality that don't actually increase complexity or clutter -- i.e. ways to just make existing functionality more general. For instance: you finally added notebook stacks. Thank you! That's one level of notebook nesting. So how about multiple levels of nesting? That doesn't really change or grow the UI at all -- just lets users do what they already know how to, and makes the tool far more useful. The thing is, we just need hierarchical folders. Any collection of things you organise that gets over 100 items or so needs this. And especially Evernote, which is meant to "remember everything". Single level "categories" are just too limiting for "everything". It doesn't matter much to me exactly how this looks or works: Multiple nested notebooks would work. A notebook list view that was hierarchical, with some notes under others would work too. I'm not a fan of OneNote's bizarre hard-coded nesting levels: groups, tabs, pages, sub-pages... It's both complex and inflexible, and not at all what I need. Just give me a general hierarchical nesting ability: no extra clutter or learning or documentation. Just folders, that 90% of computer users are completely and intuitively familiar with. And no, the hierarchical tags don't really do it. Those are GLOBAL attributes, that can be applied across all notes. Useful yes. But it doesn't help me when I want to make a multi-level set of notes. I keep leaving and returning to Evernote. It has many advantages competing tools don't, but still -- it's just not totally working for me. I'm still reluctant to fire it up and note down every thought, or link I come across, because I know it will essentially just go into a big pile, that I won't be able to later collect and organise. Sorry. Quoted for truth!
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