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  1. When working correctly, the Print to Evernote PDF service should send the pdf to Evernote and add it to the default notebook - even if Evernote isn't open. I have an installation (OS X 10.7.4) where this only works if Evernote is open. Print To PDF will open Evernote but the PDF will not be added. Once open - printing again WILL add the doc to the notebook. Any ideas on how to fix this? (Don't think its relevant - but yes - the EverNote Helper is running)
  2. I'm thinking in database terms whereby some data might be 'read only' and other data might be 'read/write' - but both data sets are searchable as one entity. Yes there may well be programming issues making this difficult - but Evernote is so close to making this type of data management useful and powerful - but just failing at the last hurdle - frustrating. The interesting thing about this application is that you have two datasets - one outside an organisation (read only) - and one internal (read/write) and being able to search both as one is very interesting and useful - but at the moment client feedback is that its not viable.
  3. Furthermore - tags don't work across the Account and Shared panes. This is becoming a deal breaker for using subscribed notebooks.
  4. I use Evernote to disseminate I.T. support info to clients by adding notes to a notebook that they subscribe to. It is frustrating that clients have to select whether they want to search notebooks in their own account (the Account tab) OR notebooks to which they have subscribed (the Shared tab). There currently doesn't appear to be any way of searching across ALL notebooks they have access to. They have to do at least 2 searches to include all available data. The 'All Notebooks' item is a misnomer - in the sense that it doesn't include Shared Notebooks. Anyone know of a workaround?
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