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DTLow

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  1. There are specific features which eventually make it to both platforms. One Mac only feature is extensive scripting API's via Applescript https://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/applescript.php
  2. I want the pdf stored in Evernote. It's backed up, and available on all my devices. I don't have to address where to file the pdf. The pdf is OCR'd and indexed for searching The only reason I'd file externally and use a link is because the pdf exceeds the maximum limits for my account. - With a basic account, you have tight limits. - With a premium account, my only issue is when the pdf excedes 200 MB
  3. Your wording is curious, could you post a screenshot. Evernote does not split pdfs into separate pages. Either your scanner delivers a single pdf, or separate files.
  4. Are you using the support web site at https://www.evernote.com/SupportLogin.action For access problems, see https://discussion.evernote.com/announcement/72-issues-accessing-evernote-support-channels/
  5. Bug Report: Sync issue reported in this discussion edit: link updated to response from @Nick L.
  6. I'm not sure why you saw that in the video, but I also find the truncated display of tag names a problem. Notebook and stacks too, but I have minimal entries.
  7. It would be better to post in the feedback discussion for the release at https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/120384-evernote-for-mac-711/ I added a link to this disussion
  8. Sliding Notes??? Is this a request for manual sequence by drag and drop. Currently, we only have this in the Shortcut and Reminder sections. If you confirm this, I'll merge the discussion with the other feature requests, for example manual-sort You mentioned "folder" and I'm guessing you mean notebook. Personally, I would want the sequence applied to any saved search. >>I like to sort my chapter by their number, not by their last date or the alphabetical sorting. If the chapter number prefixed the note title, this would be an alphabetic title sort
  9. If no one has an idea, I'd recommend contacting support at https://www.evernote.com/SupportLogin.action I notice this is a shared note. Are you the owner? Do you have edit access?
  10. US NSA/courts, Chinese Government, Google data mining, ... pick your poison 😮
  11. 3 public versions. If you post a screenshot we can identify your version The "new" version has the user picture in the top left corner
  12. Which web verson; problems have been reported with the "new" version We recommend downgrading. I posted downgrade instructions here
  13. Those are significant differences The web is displaying the server data; the master version. Your PC is a copy of the data To identify the missing notes on your PC - on your PC, select all notes and assign a tag like Temp-PC - on the web, search for notes without the tag (-tag:Temp-PC) I'm on a Mac and can force a resync of data. I can also delete the database and Evernote will rebuild from the server (except for Local Notebooks and unsync'd notes)
  14. You're posting in a user discussion forum To contact Evernote Support: All Accounts: Twitter @evernotehelps Paid Accounts: https://www.evernote.com/SupportLogin.action
  15. What are there details on what Android features you need? I found this Documentation, basically a sketch feature creating image attachments >>An "Ink Note" is of very little use since it is not searchable A better request is to make "Ink Notes" searchable. To be OCR'd for searching, the handwriting has to be saved as an image. I'm a Mac user; no ink or handwriting note option but I can attach an image of handwriting to a note: it is searchable. For handwriting, my favourite solution is the Notability app on my iPad, with an Apple Pencil. I prefer to save in pdf format, but can save screenshots as images You could also take screenshots from the "Ink Note"  Are there handwriting apps for use on the MS Surface?
  16. We can search for notebook: and stack: However -notebook: and -stack: are not allowed
  17. Some background on the character substitution: https://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_urlencode.asp https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percent-encoding URLs can only be sent over the Internet using the ASCII character-set. Since URLs often contain characters outside the ASCII set, the URL has to be converted into a valid ASCII format. URL encoding replaces unsafe ASCII characters with a "%" followed by two hexadecimal digits.
  18. As per @jefito, you could assign a reminder date Personally, I never "destroy" notes. I have an archive process >>I use a minimalist number of folders (inbox, Archives that's it) My notebooks are Inbox, Filing I use an Archive tag for "expired" notes
  19. You're reporting the Google Drive link works within your Evernote account The link does not work outside of your Evernote account (shared notes)
  20. One point about the Google links is that within Evernote you have previously established the login/password assignment Trying to use the same link outside of Evernote or in a different account can be problematic; there's no userid/password
  21. Local Notebooks is a completely different discussion. This discussion is titled selective sync; offline notebooks would be more appropriate
  22. Confirmed; the tag hierarchy is not a factor for filtering purposes We see this when we have multiple tags with the same name (shared notebooks), all the tags are used in the filter >>This doesn't change the fact that the struct needs to be changed to allow for multiple appearances of a tag in the hierarchy We would have to select our tags from the tag tree in the sidebar as per folder methodology 😕 The method I use is to define tag relations independent from the hierarchy; I store this information in a note I use this when assigning tags via a script on my Mac (Applescript)
  23. I (and it seems many others) do not want to take time to file in folders/subfolder/subfolder/... - we want to file it and go >>Companies who don't listen to their users [ or worse... lecture them! ] are unlikely to do well. Evernote has over 200 million user accounts Have you heard the story about Henry Ford not listening to his clients - they wanted faster horses >>Looking into alternatives now Good plan. In fact, if you need folders why did you chose the Evernote product in the first place It's like a person choosing a hammer and complaining how terrible it is with screws Use a screwdriver
  24. My daily journal is stored as Evernote notes. It's mostly typed using the Evernote editor, with imports/links for various sources I can see using GoodNotes for handwritten parts, imported into Evernote
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