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  1. The question wasn't really about readability but more about why the image can't be expanded in EN.
  2. Evernote for Mac 7.14 Evernote for iPad (most current version available from iPad updates) iPadOS 14.2 beta MacOS catalina 10.15.7 iMac I did a screen shot on my iPad and sent it to Evernote. When I open Evernote for Mac, the .PNG is too small to read and it can't be enlarged. On the list view pane, I do see the green bars and grab square but I can only shrink it. When I open the note, I can't enlarge or shrink it. See attached. Top image in list viewing pane and bottom image with note opened to screen.
  3. I spent an hour on the phone with help this week but haven't resolved this: When I share a notebook and send a sharing invitation to a colleague, some receive the invitation and some do not. I have two colleagues who use Gmail/Gsuite who did not received the invitation. When I was on the phone with Evernote Help, I shared a folder with the agent and he did receive it. Here's what I know so far: It doesn't matter whether I share from my EN for Mac app or from EN on the web. The sharing panel shows that the invitations were sent. No problem there. I am "lucky" enough to have 2 personal and 3 email addresses. So I shared with all 4 other identities other than the one I use for EN. The invitation didn't go through to my Gsuite Gmail addresses. It did go through to one email address that doesn't use either Gmail/Gsuite or Microsoft Exchange/Outlook Nothing shows up in the Spam/Junk folders. That's not the issue. Is there any issue with invitations not making it through Gmail servers or Microsoft servers? I recall that some emails with ambiguous from: addresses can get blocked and never make it to the Spam folder. I see that the invitations come from "no-reply-content@evernote.com" but have my full name on them. Anyone else experience this? Any solution?
  4. I have not been able to save articles and other web stories from several apps including Wall Street Journal. When I tap the "box-with-up-arrow" icon, I get the Evernote icon in the top row. When I tap that, the dialog box with choices to Save or Cancel comes up. But after tapping Save, I just get an endless time-out spinning circle that never completes the save. Save seems to work in Safari and it may work in Wall St Journal if I access Evernote through its app just before trying to Save. iPad Air, iOS 9.1, Evernote Premium--and the Evernote App seems to be working fine. Reboot=no difference
  5. I thought scannable could output as a JPEG as well as a PDF. I have the latest version and now there's only image output seems to consistently be a 72 dpi PNG file. I don't see any switch in settings to choose JPEG instead. What happened here?
  6. evernote user since V1 and I never noticed this before: I needed to rename a tag currently called "holmes" so I filtered down to that tag with a tag:holmes. That returned 79 notes as seen in the attached screen shot. However, in the tag window, I see 106 notes with that tag, again in the screen shot. What is the discrepancy? Also, why do other tags light up? I thought maybe those were notes that also had "holmes" tags, but one of them outside the screen shot has 116 notes, which is more than the number of "holmes" tagged notes. Thanks. All I could find about this was an archived note (#18227) suggesting opening a ticket in 2011. Stan
  7. Other than storing stuff, my most productive use of EN is probably writing myself notes that I will read in the future, such as this: I use OpenOffice database exactly once a year to store and print Christmas card labels. It's unfortunately not a process I remember cold every year. I have written down the instructions plus all the little things to remember when doing this task. EN is great for keeping track of where you store household items you rarely use. The key is to make a note with the mobile app as you stash stuff. (Siri on iPhone 4S really helps here.) If you have to look something up more than once, it should have been in Evernote.
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