EdH

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  1. Yup. You can do this in Windows as there are reminder columns available, but not in the Mac version.
  2. I think there are a lot of great directions EN could go with this, but rather than building it into the core product, I'd like to see extensions that support markdown, html, various programming languages, etc. I wouldn't use 99% of it, but would use markdown. Others may not give a flip about markdown but would use it for coding so their languages format was shown and syntax was highlighted. And for those that didn't want any of it, then it isn't in the core product, so no big deal. Open it up for third parties to provide the extensions, and have it works seamlessly on a Mac or PC, and perhaps an iPad since those are getting so powerful now.
  3. CTRL-Z works fine here on my copy of Windows 10. You might have another app overriding that behavior, or in Tools|Options|Shortcut keys, you've assigned CTRL-Z to one of those while in Evernote.
  4. Oh, well, as long as there is a valid workaround. I think that is just beating Evernote into submission until it gets confused and gets you back to the left margin. Yeah, not ideal, but it's something. \_(ツ)_/¯
  5. It is a bug. The only workaround I know of is to first type some stuff, then go back up and make sure you are on a blank row. Then paste your bullet list in. For anyone from Evernote, to repro: Type a quick bullet list in MS Word. 3-4 items is enough. Select them and copy. OPen a new note in Evernote. Paste Hit enter 1-2 times to get rid of the bullet where you are. You are still indented and there is no way I can see to unindent. Removing formatting doesn't help.
  6. Just type tag:cheese tag:guitar etc and all of your cheesy guitar stuff will pop up.
  7. You can reassign them, but AFAIK, you cannot turn them off. Have you considered making them really absurd, like CTRL-ALT-WIN-SHIFT-x where X would be some letters or numbers? no way you'd accidentally do that. I just sprained a finger trying to get a 5 key shortcut in there, but it stuck.
  8. Thanks @gazumped. That is what I was looking for, or rather, wasn't. I prefer not to pre-OCR my files unlike @GrumpyMonkey but it is out of laziness and I don't have an app on my Mac that can do that. I do on my PC, but it is dog slow. Not sure why there is a 100 page limit on a paid service. But I wouldn't expect you company-line toting lapdogs to know. (someone one day not familiar with the recent "guru" talk is going to wonder what the heck is going on in this thread)
  9. Once upon a time, Evernote would not OCR PDF files if they were 100 pages or larger. Does that limit still exist in 2016? I couldn't find anything to support or refute it. Wondering if I need to manually OCR some largish PDF files before putting them in Evernote. (less than 250 pages, so not outrageous, but not under 100 pages either)
  10. could be. It shouldn't show that if you look at it in an incognito window.
  11. no. You had something in your cache or something. It is $34.99 and shows it on the page you are linking to.
  12. The -tag:archive in the search will do this easily. What you propose will make it more cumbersome to do a full search of notes and probably increase the support calls to Evernote for people that would archive stuff then wonder why it didn't show up in search results. Moving everything to an archive notebook or stack of archived notebooks and adding the "archive" tag to all of them solves this. Just include -tag:archive in your searches.