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  1. At the top of the page, the up-arrow. Right, @cmolina?
  2. @Dave.Robinson16@Gmail.com, I really don't know why you're creating brand new entries for requests which have already been documented. If you have more specifications to add, you could just do so as an amendment to this discussion. Just my (not so) H. O. @Pixie8, did you VOTE on this idea? (Top of discussion, left side: up or down carat)
  3. I'm confused. Why create a new request? Why not just amend this request with your added notes?
  4. @csihilling, this helps a great deal! Makes it simpler to move a tag from one location to another. And I have 1336 tags.
  5. Right! That's where I want to be able to expand/collapse tag levels.
  6. @DTLow, it's the same on Windows. But I wish it were collapsible/expandable in stages. ONLY from the Tag Maintenance area (i.e. the Left Panel).
  7. Hi @DTLow. That would make my tag incredibly long! Also, I don't ever do any tag (or other Evernote) maintenance on my mobile devices; it's way too difficult. I don't know what Evernote looks like on your Mac Desktop, can you open the Left Panel? I'm only talking about reaching TAGS from that place, not any other listing of tags.
  8. Could be selectable in Options that one opens one's tags all at once or by level. Most of the time I would wander the TAGS list at the second level.
  9. It was pointed out that I explained myself inadequately, so: What I mean is, there's a ► beside the label TAGS on the left panel. If one clicks on it, one sees all the tags. What I would like to see is an option to see only the tags whose direct parent is TAGS (first level tag). Then, or instead, I could select to see everything up to and including the first level tags, and the children of first level tags (second level tag). Which would include all tags whose parent is TAGS, with all direct children. Then, or instead, I could select to see the children of the second level tag (third level tag). Which would include all tags whose parent's parent is TAGS, with all direct children and the children's children. This should go to 9 levels, with 0 reserved for the top. I wouldn't need more than 4 levels but others might. Maybe a pick list. ---- The other important item is that one should still be able to open/collapse one tag's children, otherwise one could never move the tags to another location on the tag list.
  10. Hi @jefito. Right. Been corrected. What I mean is, there's a ► beside the label TAGS on the left panel. If one clicks on it, one sees all the tags. What I would like to see is an option to see only the tags whose direct parent is TAGS (first level tag). Then, or instead, I could select to see the children of first level tags (second level tag). Which would include all tags whose parent is TAGS, with all direct children. Then, or instead, I could select to see everything up to and including the children of the second level tag (third level tag). Which would include all tags whose parent's parent is TAGS, with all direct children and the children's children. This should go to 9 levels, with 0 reserved for the top. I wouldn't need more than 4 levels but others might. Maybe a pick list. --- The other important item is that one should still be able to open/collapse one tag's children, otherwise one could never move the tags to another location on the tag list.
  11. I bet En knows exactly how many relatives** a tag has. So we should have a program choice to open/collapse all tags to the first level, then the second level, then the third level. Something like "Control +" or "Control -" Here is the original discussion with the problems raised: **Note: Meaning: i.e. who is the parent of the parent of the parent (etc. to the top)
  12. This concept is from Calibre Companion (an ebook app where you can select ebooks by various criteria) which includes a switch that says "group by first letters". If this were a switch I could turn on, then I wouldn't need to create these tags: A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J, . . . And I could use this feature under more than one tag tree. Here is the original discussion with the problems raised: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/107829-organizing-tags/
  13. I don't know how many tags I have, but it must be thousands. I don't find alphabetical lists of unrelated matter useful; one wastes a lot of time trying to make sense of what a label means out of context. My (simplified) tag list is is organized: .What -- Active and inactive projects .When-- priority for tasklists .Where _Unresolved 5. Note Categories with sub-tags (for stuff which I don't know how else to classify) A B C D E, etc. 6. Business Categories 7. Food 71.Meal Course 72.Cookery Method 73.Cookery Vessel 74.Category (for stuff which I don't know how else to group) About (for encylopedic discussions of food) Batter and Dough-Results of Bread Bread.Fresh Bread.Stale Dough Pancake.Crêpe Phyllo.Fillo.Filo Pie.Tart.Crostata.Clafoutis.Gallette.Wähe Pizza Wrapper.Rice.Paper Beans & Legumes Cheese 8. Plants (which includes horticulture, entomology, garden art and other items) shared tags I'd like some advice. Possibly next I want a software upgrade. Note that all of these issuesare about clicking on the TAG heading in the Left Panel on the desktop. I don't ever try and organize my Evernote using a mobile device. The problem occurs when something has been filed in one large category and needs to be moved to another, for instance I had "MG.Class" filed under "5. Note Categories > M" which needed to be moved to "8. Plants > Master.Gardener". In the first place, I need an easier way to re-allocate the tag to a new parent tag, other than dragging it over (across+up) as many tags as are on one screen, moving the screen's focus, and then dragging the tag to the top (across+up) of this next screen, etc. etc. Here's a concept (from Calibre Companion, an ebook app where you can select ebooks by various criteria) including a switch that says "group by first letters". If this were a switch I could turn on, then I wouldn't need these tags: A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J, . . . And I could subdivide/collapse the tags by the first letter of the alphabet under more than one tag tree. And here's the best solution for this issue. I bet En knows exactly how many relatives** a tag has. So we should have a program choice to open/collapse all tags to the first level, then the second level, then the third level. Something like "Control +" or "Control -" Thanks for listening. And don't forget to vote. https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/107830-provide-a-switch-to-collapse-tags-by-first-character-of-the-tag-in-lists/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/107831-when-listing-tags-from-the-left-panel-provide-a-key-control-control-to-collapseexpand-nested-tags/ **Note: Meaning: i.e. who is the parent of the parent of the parent (etc. to the top)
  14. @DTLow, thanks. I wanted the "classic" link. Believe it or not, I never knew they existed before!
  15. How do I put an executable link in an En note to another En note in my database without sharing the note publicly (i.e. copy URL)? TIA.