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  1. I've been using the drag-drop method of pulling urls into evernote — grabbing the symbol next to the url and pulling it into a notebook. That had been working fine till tonight, when I noticed that notes taken today were only the url and the title. How can I revert to getting the full clips with web-page content?
  2. I just find the exporting function too limited, at this stage. I don't think it's a question of evernote offering so many features that exporting is not feasible. I can send OneNote pages as pdf's over to my mac anytime I feel like it. Sure, you lose the tags, but that's not the point.
  3. This is another example of an evangelist trying to argue that a user's request is unreasonable. Why not just let the question play out?
  4. I also think stacks are an odd way to respond to users' request for folders, but ... c'est la vie. I do think it is not in Evernote's best interests to have evangelists on the forum telling users who have concerns about the UI to just get with the program--i.e., that if you don't like it, the problem's with you. Why not just let people express their concerns? Evernote can then either take the concerns into consideration-- or not.
  5. I want to make sure I understand how to export--and then use--notes and files that have been imported into Evernote, should I decide to use another product ... or for whatever reason. Yes, I have read the many debates about this--I want to see for myself how easy it is. Say I have several hundred web clippings, text notes, pdf's, word files, and so on. I assume I would select the stacks or notebooks I wished to export and send them out onto (say) my desktop in html form. Would that be one giant file? What would be the process for converting it and/or its constituent parts into usable pdfs, clippings, Word files, etc.? I'm sure this is a naive question, but I'm used to a Mac informational management program that stores things in their original format and just creates an iTunes-like library. (And with OneNote, where you can turn notebooks into Word files and pdfs.) I gather that html has its advantages, but I don't understand how it works in practice. (I tried exporting a single web clipping and was, frankly, confused by the output: a folder full of all the moving parts of a webpage. How would I put that back together into a more handy single file?)
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