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  1. I'm not a big fan of Microsoft either but I've been really impressed since I moved over to Onenote, they've done a really good job. In fact now I've used it for a few days I've realised I'm getting many more features than I was for Evernote and all for free well worth the move. Im using it on iPhone, iPad and PC. They provide an Evernote to Onenote transfer tool to help as well.
  2. Microsoft have released an Evernote to Onenote tool which makes it very easy to transfer all your notes.
  3. Hi Sentinel, Thanks for the reply. It's a shame the tags can't be viewed by hierarchy, especially after i'd spent so much time on the desktop organising them. The real problem though is not being able to view the tag names. I don't understand the reason behind this, overall the iPad is pretty well designed in my opinion but in this area it falls short. Why have 2/3 of the screen empty and then squash the important stuff onto the side preventing the information from displayed fully? Doesn't make sense. I'll just have to carry on doing what i've been doing then and just go through clicki
  4. Hello, I have a couple of problems with viewing\using tags on the iPad. The most serious one is that I can't seem to figure out how to view the tags properly. If I go into the tags section I can see the beginning of the tag names but they are all squashed up all on one side of the screen and the rest of the screen is just unused grey space. I've tried dragging the tag section across into the empty area but it doesn't work. As you can see in the screen grab I have a lot of tags that start of with the same word so it's not possible for me to know which is the correct tag i'm after unless
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