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  1. EdH, A thanks to you too for your tip. As a result, I discovered I can also change the syncing behaviour for my shared notebooks.
  2. gazumped, Thanks for that description and explanation. The total size of the two .EXB files is currently about 13,700,000 KB, or 13.06 GB -- there is the answer to my first question. Thank you too for the tip about what to do in the future -- there is the answer to my second question. Lessons learned.
  3. This past Sunday night (January 20), I downloaded EN for Windows after not having used it for years (back then it was on another laptop), and then, within the just-downloaded desktop app, I signed in to the first of my two EN accounts. The first-time sync for this first account took approximately four hours, during which I occasionally monitored the progress; there were no sync failures. When I got up in the morning (January 21), I signed in to my second account and let the first-time sync happen -- again, this sync took several hours, and there were no sync failures. This first account has a total of approximately 7,200 notes spread out among my main notebook (approx. 5,500 notes) and eight stacked notebooks. There is also a shared notebook that is the main notebook for the second account. The second account has a total of approximately 10,800 notes spread out among my main notebook (approx. 6,100 notes) and seven stacked notebooks. There is also a shared notebook that is the main notebook for the first account. Normally, our household Internet usage is just less than 1 GB a day on average; sometimes a bit more -- rarely double -- but very often less. As you'll see from the screencap below, the usage for January 21 is inordinately high. The sync for the first account, which took about four hours, involved about two and one half hours on January 21 (from midnight to 2:30 am); the sync for the second account, which took about the same total length of time, involved about four hours from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on the same day. The archived thread found at https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/88106-data-usage/ provides some advice I will follow in the future, but the questions I have are as follows: 1. Would the first-time syncing of my two EN accounts have resulted in approximately 12 GB of Internet download usage? (My ISP sometimes has issues with the accuracy of Internet usage statistics, including how they are displayed when checking them within one's account.) 2. Now that the first-time syncing is out of the way, do I need to exercise caution at other times to ensure that the Internet download usage isn't as high as it was this past Monday? What tips do you have for minimizing the download usage? Any other thoughts, suggestions, and feedback are welcome. Thanks in advance for any replies. Â
  4. I'm posting in this thread so as not to create extra ones relating to tag issues. 1. Are other users having problems adding a tag -- doesn't matter whether an existing or brand-new one -- to select notes? Referring to the first attached screenshot below, I cannot add a tag where the arrow is. Normally, in this area of the tags, the cursor that is a pointed arrow will turn into an I-beam pointer, and then there would be a blinking vertical bar here after clicking; however, the cursor doesn't turn into an I-beam pointer, and I can't click in this area at all for this particular note. Additionally, when the cursor that is a pointed arrow hovers above the icon that you see circled in the screenshot, the cursor normally turns into the hand icon, but for this particular note, the cursor stays the same. Both in the older web client and in Evernote for Windows, I have been able to add a tag to this note. 2. Is there no way to edit tags in the new Evernote Web? Referring to the second attached screenshot below, which I took after selecting "Tags" on the left-side panel, I do not see how or where to edit tags. The screenshot shows the result of hovering over the tag under the "A" and then clicking the drop-down arrow to the right of the tag -- I had hoped there would be an option here to edit the tag. Thanks in advance for any replies or feedback. Using Google Chrome, v.71.0.3578.98 Windows 10 Home v.1803 ASUS Model N56 Laptop
  5. If one's Chrome Extensions show that the version of Evernote Web Clipper being used is 7.2.1, what might be responsible for Chrome not updating to 7.3? Any steps I should take? Thanks in advance.
  6. ^^^^ Chantal, does Evernote know when version 7.3 will be made available in the Chrome Web Store and otherwise made available as an update? Thanks in advance.
  7. Not sure whether the tag issues that started approximately a week ago are related to the new Web Clipper version or are strictly related to the tagging function. Regardless of what I try to clip—article, simplified article, full page, etc.—I experience the following issues during the web clip: After I create each new tag—I am creating more than one tag for the web clip—only the first tag I create is saved along with the clip. I later realized that just before saving, this sole tag is the only one visible between the oval "Add tag" field and the "Add remark" section. As above, but none of the new tags I create is saved along with the clip. After I try to tag by using a combination of existing and newly created tags, only the existing tags are saved along with the clip. After I try to tag by using only existing tags—more than one—only the first existing tag is saved along with the clip. After I try to tag by using a single existing tag or a single newly created tag, neither is saved along with the clip. Evernote Web Clipper v.7.2.1 Google Chrome v.66.0.3359.170
  8. This remedy worked for my free Basic account, but when I tried to do the same for my Plus account, I got the error dialog box again (the one that another poster took a screenshot of--see earlier in this thread). Evernote Web Clipper 6.10.1 Chrome Version 54.0.2840.71 m Windows 10 Home v. 1607
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