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    Some ideas for enhancement: Instead of hard-coding your searches in the AppleScript code, you could save them in an Evernote Note, in CSV format, then read that Note from your AppleScript. This should make it much easier to maintain your saved searches. You could also use the same basic approach, but first select the search in this Note. Then your AppleScript could copy that text, and process the search.
  2. First line of recovery to unusual, strange events is to do a restart of your Mac. Then open EN Mac, and make sure you have chosen to view all Notes (View > All Notes, or ⌘⇧A) If that does not fix your issue, then: Verify that all of your Notes are safely stored in the EN Cloud by viewing them using the EN Web client at Evernote.com. IF all your Notes are in the EN Cloud, THEN: Try another restart of your Mac Make sure your macOS is up to date Quit Evernote (the app and the Helper in the Apple menu) Download a fresh copy from Evernote.com, and do a normal install Restart your Mac Open EN Mac and give the EN App about an hour to finish any conversions and/or reindexing IF all else fails, then try a clean reinstall: See How to Completely Remove and Reinstall EN Mac
  3. I'm not sure how you can be so "sure" of what Evernote knows, or is interested in. Unless you are an Evernote employee, or have seen specific statements from Evernote management, I'm pretty sure what you have said is just a guess, your opinion. OTOH, Evernote did ADD voting as one of the major new features when they updated this forum software. Unfortunately, until now, there has not been any direct communication from Evernote about this voting system. But now there is: I will add that, IMO, voting should not be the only means of determining new features, new design, or changes to the Evernote products.
  4. Sorry to hear about the poor performance of EN Mac. It is certainly not the norm in my experience. I am running Evernote 6.7.1 (453574) on macOS 10.11.4, with 16K+ notes. What macOS are you running? If you have tried all the typical fixes (restart, etc), and EN Mac is still running very slow, then you may want to try a clean reinstall. Could be some corrupt/missing files that are causing the issue. See How to Completely Remove and Reinstall EN Mac
  5. @Robbin_G, by "spaces", do you mean like the Mac Spaces? I think I understand your request: Need to have separate screen groups when you can open a note list based on notebooks, or search, or tags, and have a specific note open, so that when you activate each screen group everything is in place just as you left it. This would be very powerful, allowing us to quickly switch between projects or tasks, or to compare two notes. Mac Spaces is one approach. Another would be tabs (which would be my preference). But Evernote currently allows you to open multiple main windows (that include all elements like sidebar, notelist, note, etc). Go to File > New Evernote Window. You could open a new main window for each Notebook, and then switch between the using CMD+` (that's the backquote). Would that work for you?
  6. Providing a hierarchical notebook structure (like folders on Mac/PC) has been requested for many years now. It is valid request, and would be most helpful in organizing data that is hierarchical in its nature, like projects/sub-projects/tasks/sub-tasks etc. But, for reasons not really known outside of Evernote management, Evernote has declined to provide hierarchical notebooks, and continues to limit us to a paltry 250 notebooks. Unfortunately, I have not seen any signs of Evernote changing their position on this. But who knows? Lots of changes are happening within Evernote Corp. So, for now, if you want a hierarchical structure that goes deeper than Stack > Notebooks > Notes, then you will need to use Tags. I have designed an organization I call pseudo Notebooks, which is working very well. See Using Tags as Pseudo Notebooks
  7. Providing a hierarchical notebook structure (like folders on Mac/PC) has been requested for many years now. It is valid request, and would be most helpful in organizing data that is hierarchical in its nature, like projects/sub-projects/tasks/sub-tasks etc. But, for reasons not really known outside of Evernote management, Evernote has declined to provide hierarchical notebooks, and continues to limit us to a paltry 250 notebooks. Unfortunately, I have not seen any signs of Evernote changing their position on this. But who knows? Lots of changes are happening within Evernote Corp. So, for now, if you want a hierarchical structure that goes deeper than Stack > Notebooks > Notes, then you will need to use Tags. I have designed an organization I call pseudo Notebooks, which is working very well. See Using Tags as Pseudo Notebooks
  8. The latest EN Mac update may have provided at least some of what you requested, providing integration with Google Drive:
  9. I don't see the need to create a notebook just to create a stack. As the Evernote Help states, just drag one notebook on top of another. A new stack will be created, and and you can rename it just by right-clicking on the stack.
  10. What is the basis for your assertion? Frankly, to me it seems patently false, and quite outrageous.
  11. Agreed. Or, it could be stated as "a very limited implementation". I have no objections to this, but not as a primary solution to the poor table implementation. I don't want to be dependent on a online Internet connection to Google to do basic table manipulations. I would guess that many, perhaps most, of us just want decent table formatting in Evernote. We are NOT asking for spreadsheet calculations capability. For that I just embed an Excel file. But it would be most helpful to insert, delete, move, format rows and columns, and to sort the table based on one or more columns. We can insert and delete now, but not the other stuff.
  12. Or maybe you used black magic? Who knows? Apparently you don't know yourself. Doesn't sound like a procedure that could be used by others. IAC, the Evernote data structure has changed a lot since iPad 1. Even if you could use a very old version on the iPad 1, you may be putting your data at risk.
  13. Unless you jailbreak your iOS device, all apps must be installed from the Apple App Store. Evernote provides only one version on the App Store, which requires iOS 8.1 or later.
  14. You can try using an app uninstaller, like AppDelete. This will ensure that all Evernote Mac application related files (including your data) are removed. Warning! If you have any Local Notebooks, they will be permanently lost.
  15. What do you mean by "disappear"? The tags are no longer assigned to the note The tags don't exist in your account What versions of macOS and Evernote are you running?