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GrumpyMonkey

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  1. GrumpyMonkey's post in Back up all your notes was marked as the answer   
    Hi. There is no backup stored anywhere on any device.
    Your files are synced to Evernote's servers, where they are stored. They are downloaded onto your mobile device if you select offline sync. There is no need to restore anything. They are automatically downloaded onto your desktop. On your desktop, you can copy the database into another location or export everything as .html to save it somewhere else, if you would like.
  2. GrumpyMonkey's post in Deleting "Conflicting Changes" Notebook was marked as the answer   
    Hi. Right-click and delete. That should work. If not, let us know!
  3. GrumpyMonkey's post in Where do Evernote files live on my Mac? was marked as the answer   
    Hi. Welcome to the forums. 
     
    Your data is stored in one of three locations:
     
    (1) Direct download from Evernote, which I recommend (http://evernote.com/evernote/index.php?file=EvernoteMac)
    /Users/<userID>/Library/Application Support/Evernote
     
    (2) Download from the Apple Appstore
    ~/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote 
     
    (3) Download from the Apple Appstore if you have a Fusion drive
    /Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote/Data/Library/Application Support/Evernote/account/<your username>/ 
  4. GrumpyMonkey's post in Is there a way to attach a file in the iPad Evernote App? was marked as the answer   
    Hi. You can only make attachments to an existing note using images (stored in your camera roll). Otherwise, it is not possible at this time.
    The situation is exacerbated by Apple's decision that users don't need a file system, and with the eviscerated operating system I think you would need for the developers to be pretty determined to work around the obstacles to get this done. I can imagine ways in which they might accomplish it, but in the end, it will probably still be easier to wait until you get home to a "real" computer so that you can just drag and drop the attachments.
    As someone who spends a lot of time working on his iPad, I find this state of affairs to be quite sad. I had hoped that Windows RT on the Surface would give me an alternative to the iPad, but there are so many issues there, I'd say it is not even close to being ready for prime time. Perhaps Windows Pro + Evernote will do the trick if/when it comes out. Or, maybe Apple will beef up things in iOS 7
    The only alternative I know of at the moment is to remotely login to your desktop from your iPad. In fact, this is a pretty nice workaround, so you might want to give it some thought, even if it kind of defeats the purpose of using the iPad!
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