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  1. Another long-time user here. I've had this problem for a while, and a Google search lead me to this page. Glad I'm not the only one. It's incredibly frustrating when I take the time to spell someone's name right, only to have autocorrect fix it to something else. Maybe it is a Mac feature, but it doesn't seem to happen in any other app. I just tried unchecking "Correct Spelling Automatically." After a quick test, that seems to work in notes. It doesn't seem to work in the web clipper.
  2. Our law firm is using Evernote for attorneys to take notes. It's easy to get information into Evernote, but the problem we're having with the workflow is organizing all those notes. I'd like to see if anyone else has any ideas to improve our workflow here. Current Workflow Currently, we're using Zapier to create a new note in a notebook called Clients with a tag that corresponds to that client's project across apps. Currently, that tag looks like ClientName-###-Description. When I create new Notes, I'm defaulting them into my local, Inbox notebook. My workflow is to move the note from the Inbox notebook to the Clients notebook, and then add the tag. What I don't like is the step of having to move a note and then go into the new notebook and tag it there. It's a problem of business tags not being available in a personal notebook. It sounds minor, but it's tedious. Alternate Workflow Something that may make it easier is to eliminate the tagging, and have individual notebooks for individual client matters. I'm not sure if this will be effective, because we currently have about 2-3 new projects a month, some which use notes, others which don't. I'm experimenting with using Zapier to create a new notebook when we open a new project, but the problem is that these notebooks aren't automatically published. This workflow is useless if I have to manually go into the Evernote Admin section every time we open a new project simply to share an Evernote notebook. Is there a way I can automatically push all these notebooks to all users in the business account? Anyone have any insights here? We love the front end of getting data into Evernote, it's on the back end once it's actually there that we're having issues.
  3. I just upgraded from Premium to business, but I'm not sure that the feature I'm looking for is supported. I used to work solo, and I created an AppleScript that creates a tag for each client project. Now that I'm on a team, my hope is that I can share these tags across my entire business, without the need to create a note with the tag. How can I automatically create tags available to anyone on the business account?
  4. Hello all, I have a parent tag for "Clients" and child tags for each "Project." Right now, all those notes are in a general purpose notebook, but I'd like to move all of those notes to a notebook dedicated to the client files (so I can start sharing with my team, in anticipation of moving to Evernote Business). The tags for my "Projects" have the naming convention: {Client Name}-{Project Number}-{Project Description}, so other than the dashes and numbers, there's no similarities from one Project to another. I've discovered that this is easier said than done. I can't select the Parent tag and move all the notes tagged with a child tag. I can't go to the tags screen, select all my children tags, and then show at all those notes at once. At the moment, I'm stuck going tag by tag (I have some 200 tags) to move the notes to the new notebook. I've done a bit of reading throughout the forums, and it looks like I may be up a creek. Any suggestions?
  5. Yup, I'm still seeing this bug, too. Dealt with it twice last week.
  6. It doesn't appear to. In the lower left hand corner, there's a status bar that says "Processing..." The status bar doesn't show any progress (i.e., the progress meter is at 0%), and after a few minutes of letting it sit, hasn't gone anywhere. I'll update if it does anything.
  7. As a sharee, I can add tags that the notebook owner has already created, but I can't create my own tags. It does look like my request in the OP has been answered in 5.0.3
  8. I'm a little frustrated by this as well, Tommy. How does Evernote Business handle this? The only work around I've come up with so far is to use one user account for the information. With a premium account and fast user-switching, that's not that big of a deal. Obviously not ideal, but it works.
  9. I've noticed a bug with version 5.0.4 (seems to have been around since version 5). I use the Inbox system, and sort my notes from there. Now, I'm noticing that some notes stay in the Inbox, despite the fact that they've been moved to a new notebook. The notes show they are not in the Inbox, and the Inbox note count seem to update correctly. Right now, my Inbox note count says there are 6 notes. When I open my inbox though, 11 notes appear. Sometimes moving a note back into the Inbox then back into the correct notebook helps, but not always. Looking closely, it appears that notes with attachments create the problem. Has anyone else experienced this issue? I'm running OSX 10.8.2.
  10. So this isn't a bug? It's an actual missing feature? Anytime frame for this implementation? I was hoping to use Evernote to share with a client. Without the tags on their end, it's essentially worthless.
  11. trialropp, I don't believe that Evernote allows clients to add tags to a shared notebook. Only the original notebook creator can add and edit tags. If you search for that issue, it's been addressed in several threads.
  12. I'm an Evernote premium member sharing a Notebook with a free version client. I've created notes and several tags. Those tags appear on the notes themselves, but do not appear in the "tags" left menu bar (or the "tags" page that opens). We're both on Macs, using the latest version of Evernote. How can I make tags on a shared notebook appear in the "Tags" screen?
  13. Sorry to bump this, but it seems the question was never answered. I've noticed that PDF attachments are searchable, but if I open the PDF attachment in Acrobat locally, it doesn't appear to be OCR'ed. So I can search, but I can't highlight or copy and paste text. I'm using Evernote premier. Is this intentional, or am I missing something?
  14. I was having issues (save button does nothing) on Windows 7 with Chrome 18.0.1025.162 m, and this update has fixed the issue. Thanks!
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