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  1. It would appear so. An exported note has a lot of header info in XML format and it seems that got trashed.
  2. No, the answer was on point. Open the note on your phone with the photo in it, select the photo, press the enter/return key, then backspace until the photo is gone. I have an iphone. I have evernote on an iphone. I just did the above steps. And the photo in the note was deleted.
  3. As you've discovered, you cannot create links in Evernote notes that are like the HTML anchor tag that will take you to a specific spot in the note. I don't know how you made your TOC note above, but you can select all the notes you want, right-click, then click the Create Table of Contents Note button. Any additions or changes in the future though would have to be manual, or whack the TOC note and create a new one with more/different notes. In Windows, you can find your TOC notes fast. Just search for the following: That won't work for Mac created TOC notes. It doesn't populate the URL field.
  4. There is a pre-defined Shortcut in the iOS Shortcuts app that says "Add new note from Watch" but I'll be darned if I can figure it out. I can tap on it in the Shortcuts app and do a note, but I don't know how to make this work from the Apple Watch, which would seem to be the point. I'm not seeing how to install Shortcuts to the Watch via the Watch app on my phone, and there isn't anything obvious on my Watch to make this happen that I've found. Running all the latest release versions on iOS and watchOS. (No beta's)
  5. Contact support directly. It could be the installing and unstalling, and the multiple syncs that entails, caused you to hit your limit as a free user.
  6. It always uninstalls, but I do think this is the first time it stops to tell you that and press Ok. If you had watched the earlier "upgrades" closely, one of the progress bars is "removing old version" or something to that effect. Nothing is lost. It is just removing the app files, no data, no settings. You should be ok.
  7. Looks at quote. Looks at thread title.
  8. well, upgraded with no reboot. 👍
  9. Reboot requirement is a new thing. l'll have to wait to try this. I don't recall ever seeing that. Normally it just uninstalls and installs fine, and might fuss if Outlook isn't closed first.
  10. Ok. I didn't check for the update. It just told me it was there. I only checked to get the screengrabs above. I too have seen crashes in the past few days, but never when using. Only after suspending and whatnot, so haven't had an issue to lose data or work.
  11. I have beta 6.18.3 but it is asking me to install the latest version, 6.17.7 Public (308474). I wasn't paying attention to versions so said OK, and obviously got this. The update notification: My installed version:
  12. It may also be that notes deleted on other platforms (mac, web, mobile) aren't adding the date either, but I know some of the deleted notes missing dates in my trash were definitely deleted on Windows, so at some point, it removes/loses them. 🤷‍♂️
  13. Don't get hung up on that Deleted date. I have 838 notes in my trash can, and the deleted date only goes through Jan 24, 2019. Anything before that has an empty deleted date. Maybe it only keeps 90 days of "deleted dates" in that field??? Whatever the issue is, that has been around for a long time.
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