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  1. No - just the text explanations.
  2. This is possible with Powernoter. Demo: Store: http://apps.getpebble.com/en_US/application/565abbf0a5c4c9a657000011 Damian (disclaimer - I created Powernoter)
  3. I wasn't able to get this working with arbitrary credentials, but it is useful to be able to tell Alexa to create notes in my own Evernote account http://damianblog.com/2015/11/11/alexa-evernote/
  4. Hi, The Pebble Evernote app doesn't talk to the locally installed Evernote app on the phone - it talks directly to the Evernote servers, which is why it doesn't know about the offline notes in the Evernote app on the phone. I believe that shortcut notes are cached, but not other notes. Damian (Evernote Wearables developer) [Technical explanation: The Evernote Pebble app uses Javascript on the phone, which can't talk to the local apps. The advantage of using Javascript is that the app works on both Android and iOS, is not dependent on the version of Evernote installed locally, and even works without Evernote installed on the phone. The disadvantage is that it can't take advantage of the locally installed Evernote's capabilities].
  5. android

    Hi Troy, The gear should show the recent notes as listed if you use the Evernote widget on your phone, and tell it to display recent notes ... basically the notes you looked at recently on your phone. Could you try using the Evernote widget to display recent notes, and let me know if you are seeing something different? Thanks, Damian
  6. android

    It starts from the same list that the standard Android Evernote client displays if you configure the widget to display recent notes. It skips notes that are big (larger than 4K) or notes that have associated images/attachments. Let me know if this isn't the behavior you are seeing. Damian
  7. android

    Hi Dustin, For checkboxes we only show notes with unchecked checkboxes in them ... it's unlikely, but is it possible that your notes have no unchecked checkboxes? For recent notes, we only list recent small text-only notes ... do perhaps create and view a small text-only note? If you have the Evernote Android Widget installed you can make it list recent notes, which is the same list we draw from to display in the Gear. Can you verify that it display the note list correctly? Damian
  8. android

    Hi Tony, Could you first try restarting the watch (press the button on the side until you are prompted to restart) and your phone? If that doesn't work could you try reinstalling Evernote for the Gear using the Gear Manager app? There are not many levers to pull here, since there is no real configuration for the gear app, it should work in tandem with Evernote on your phone. Thanks, Damian
  9. android

    It should be back now - let me know if you don't see it. Also any feedback/suggestions on the app are very welcome. Damian
  10. android

    There was an issue which meant it had to be temporarily removed from the marketplace - it should be coming back soon. Apologies for this. I'll post back here when all is good. Damian
  11. android

    Since it is not yet available, everything could change, however this is a photo I took at the public Samsung space at the IFA event in Berlin ... https://twitter.com/DamianMehers/status/376998183605657600/photo/1
  12. windows

    On Windows, if you have the Favourites bar displayed (View|Favorites bar), then you'll see a toolbar button called "Notebooks". Click that and you can type the notebook name to search for it and go straight to it. Same for Tags. Damian
  13. Hi there, The current Windows Phone 8 Evernote client is the same as the Windows Phone 7 client, and Windows Phone 7 had no support for allowing apps to send/save data to other apps, other than from photos in the photo hub. So I'm afraid you are right, there is no way to save data from another app to the Evernote Windows Phone client. The Evernote Windows Phone client does of course let you save to Evernote ... right now your best bet is copy-paste to a new note in the Evernote Windows Phone client. Damian
  14. Was this a new note or one you'd previously synced? If the latter then you should be able to recover it from the trash folder on the web interface. Damian
  15. I use hierarchical tags to achieve this. I only have 3-4 notebooks, but I have many many levels of tags.