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  1. First, thank you , Pink Elephant without your post I'm not sure I would have found the settings. But it is super hard to see this. On my Ipad, I had to tap the subtask (I had a note with a list of other tasks) not the note itself. Then I got this which had the two icons: In Windows it was different and super difficult to see. You, again, have to click the individual task and then a small set of four dots appears. Clicking those dots will bring up a pop up with controls on due date and time. This is what this looks like.
  2. I'm on iPad and Windows, can't figure out how to find the menu to add a due date. Adding a reminder with date did not add a due date. See it when creating but can't retroactively add.
  3. None of the above was effective, but a few days later I couldn't download a file, also with a card comment. So I reset the device, keeping no back up (after making sure files and photos were in storage on the web, but no device backup). This appears to have fixed things.
  4. No, I'm on a relatively new Lenovo tablet, but I had the same sequence of events with Corrupted SD card, replaced, and now all other apps are fine except Evernote.
  5. I'm having this same issue. Did you come up with a solution?
  6. Here's my update. I played around later and found that with a new note everything worked. I noticed that a new note popped out initially. I then looked at different ways notes were created and found those I personally had not created (clipper, android quick notes, etc.) seemed to work okay. Then I cycled back to my notes. Popped one out and I could use my virtual keyboard. Then tried my notes not popped out and now they seem to be working. Can't say for sure its either universal or ongoing one way or the other. But for now I'm okay.
  7. I hear you, I've submitted a support request. I did email as today is a bit of bear for me and I have to get up and out. So I'll update later.
  8. I agree with that post but those are issues that have been present from the get go with touch. This is a new issue with the latest update and I hope that Evernote will take a look or other users will tell me if they have or have not had an issue. This is much more limiting as you can't create or edit notes without attaching a real keyboard, and I can't figure out any work around.
  9. I have a Surface Pro 3 running Windows 10. When I try to use the built in screen keyboards to edit notes. I can't. They will edit note titles. I've already tried the standard start, stop, uninstall, reinstall to no success.
  10. Both Android and Windows can do this. In both of them, this appears as a keyboard options.
  11. Have you tried the app Screebl? I find this works well with my Samsung devices and rapid timing out.
  12. I think if I was going to create move than one list, I would not create sub-lists by type (like toiletries), but by trip type. So I'd have a camping trip I I day business, week long conference, and so forth. I like the double checkbox idea.
  13. What DTLow describes would work in a Samung tablet which does offer split screens and, of course, Windows.
  14. I'm also having q camera/scanning in a Nexus 5X. Today it took the photo and then closed up.
  15. My observation in terms of straightforward note taking is that organized speakers/teachers/presenters yield notes that are also organized. Disorganized folks produce disorganized notes.
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