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  1. I meant that other than the ENEX files, I won't be adding anything later on. My plan is to import each ENEX file, then Sync On Demand, which will hopefully then remove it from my hard drive. Then import the next ENEX, sync on demand, and it'll go up to the cloud, etc. Once they are all there, I'll be done, and will only interact this account via the web version.
  2. Thank you, this may work. Note that I do not plan to add to these data. Just importing some ENEX to search in the future. No adding it. I will try it out.
  3. I have a number of ENEX files (no tags) on external hard drives that are rather large (~2 GB) that I'd like to pull together to create one big searchable Evernote, on the web. On the web, because it will likely be too big for my computer's hard drive. And probably with a different E-mail address so it is separate from my main Evernote account. Any suggestions on how to go about creating it given that Evernote Web does not have importing of ENEX as a capability, and the limited space on my hard drive. I thought about importing each ENEX, one at a time, into my main account, perhaps sharing the notebook with the other account, then going into the other account in Windows and copying it over to a non-shared notebook, and then deleting the shared one, flipping back in Windows to the other account, and so forth (which may or not may work). Or perhaps going into my preferences to change the Evernote directory to the external hard for a short time while I do this. Or something else. Any suggestions on how to do this? Essentially importing into an Evernote account with minimal use of hard disk space.
  4. I think I found it. Under my name, switched there.
  5. How do I get Previous Version? I only see Beta and Classic.
  6. On the Windows (and Android) version, I frequently E-mail a Copy of a note to people. How do I do that in the web version?
  7. I export my notes often. Today, for the first time, when it created the ENEX file, it created 6 ENEX files, each starting with the same name, [2], [3], [4], etc, all about the same size. I'm used to ONE .enex file. And what I exported isn't that large compared to other things I've exported. Can someone explain if something has changed or if I am doing something differently?
  8. So it happened again. This time the email message only has one PPTX. After researching it, I think this (attachment coming in as a PNG image) when the email message is in RTF format. In this case, when I edited the message in Outlook and converted it to HTML, it clipped into Evernote with the attachment intact
  9. I am using Save to Evernote for a message with 26 PDF files. When I look in Evernote, those PDF files have turned into PNG images of the PDF icon. I tried with a mail message with just one PDF file, and it went into Evernote fine. What's the problem?
  10. How do I roll back to a previous version on Android? I thought the only choice on any app was just uninstall it.
  11. Agree with OP, especially features I don't need. As I posted on another thread maybe one day on Windows they will: - Add the URL back when you Send a Copy of a Note - Allow scrolling as one reads a note - Allow going backwards when one is in Presentation mode and just generally make it usable - Stop stalling all the the time during searches and syncing - Go back to the way PDFs worked better - better way to capture a stylus the way OneNote does And add highlighting to the Web version I hope other companies will take note. I use Quicken and lots of users there are complaining about bugginess that never gets fixed. And AskLeo wrote about this called Microsoft, We Deserve Better: https://newsletter.askleo.com/ask-leo-728-microsoft-we-deserve-better/
  12. I feel the same way. Yes, maybe there is hope. Maybe one day on Windows they will: - Add the URL back when you Send a Copy of a Note - Allow scrolling as one reads a note - Allow going backwards when one is in Presentation mode and just generally make it usable - Stop stalling all the the time during searches and syncing - Go back to the way PDFs worked better - better way to capture a stylus the way OneNote does And add highlighting to the Web version I hope other companies will take note. I use Quicken and lots of users there are complaining about bugginess that never gets fixed. And AskLeo wrote about this called Microsoft, We Deserve Better: https://newsletter.askleo.com/ask-leo-728-microsoft-we-deserve-better/
  13. I try to limit downloading Evernote versions since they are buggy. I am currently using 6.7.6.7584. It doesn't run well. Which version should I download that is more similar to this but isn't so buggy?
  14. Just bumping it up if someone can help. Like right now, it won't stop trying to sync even though I've turned off all my sync settings (I prefer to manually sync).
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