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chuckjones

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  1. I've noticed that when I try to add a new notebook to a stack using right click it does not work. The notebook automatically goes to the general list and you have to take an extra step to add it back to the stack. You would think that when you are in a Stack and right click "add notebook to Stack" it would do just that but this feature does not work. Dusty in Evernote Support confirmed this... Thanks for reaching out to Evernote support. I apologize for any inconvenience. I attempted to do the same thing and was met with the same results. I agree with your assessment that it should add to the stack I am selecting. Currently, there is nothing I can do to remedy this issue. I will however enter a request to add this as a feature in the future. Another way for your voice to be heard is to go to discussion.evernote.com. This is our forum. The developers frequent these pages to find out what the consumers are requesting in future updates. Let me know if you need anything further. Sincerely, Dusty Evernote I'm using Windows version 5.0.3.1614 Public on Windows 7
  2. I know this topic is several months old but here's a thought. Have you considered adding a table to a note to do your storyboard? Not sure how elaborate your story boarding is but it seems like you could create a grid and each cell serves as a slide. Create 3 or 4 cells across and as many as you need down. Label each cell with a slide number and then add thoughts, pictures and note links to each cell to build out your plan. Not sure how manageable this would be for large presentations. I've not tried this but thought I'd provide my 2 cents. I always use Evernote for all my research but then storyboard with a mindmap outside of Evernote.
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