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  1. Completely off-topic, but why do you split your notes across multiple accounts? What's your strategy?
  2. Awesome! Is this documented somewhere and did i completely miss it? Or is this some undocumented feature?
  3. I am trying to find all notes that actually are web clippings, but do not (yet) have a source URL. And save the search for future use/reference. The search grammar spec does not tell me anything about searching for a url, like url:true / url:false url:* / -url:* Does anyone have a tip how to find these notes? (My current workaround is to have a grid of notes sorted by URL)
  4. +1 Running the new web client in Safari 13.1 on MacOS 10.15.4 Used the right bottom corner FEEDBACK button to tell Evernote I don't like this.
  5. I'm not sure what happend, but I logged off and on and now the menu is there. Thanks for thinking with me.
  6. No. I don't see the Scripts menu at all. It should only become visible if there is at least one script in that folder. There is, but I still don't see it. Not for Evernote, that is, I do for some other applications, however.
  7. Thanks for the quick reply. Of course that checkbox was enabled (has been for ages, using it with other apps as well).
  8. In the past I used some AppleScripts for specific tasks. Those scripts were all in the folder /User/username/Library/Scripts/Applications/Evernote/SomeScript.scpt When starting Evernote, I saw an Scripts menu item with all my personal scripts listed. I am rediscovering Evernote, but the Scripts menu does not show anymore. I have tried to copy the scripts to /User/username/Library/Application Scripts/com.evernote.Evernote/SomeScript.scpt but that doesn't make a difference. So the million dollar question is: where should I place my AppleScripts to get the Scripts menu back? Update: I am using the download version, not the App Store version. Anyone?
  9. Still no improvement to the extension after years. 😞 DEVONThink To Go has this covered. I can save an uncluttered formatted note or uncluttered webarchive. And Bear app also provides an option to clip a cleaned full page to markdown. Is this on your roadmap at all?
  10. What do you think will be fed to that API? ... Data! That is run through Google's computers. That's the whole issue. And everyone should make his/her own opinion/judgement. "There is no cloud, just other people's computers."
  11. The alternative would have been Microsoft with their Azure and OneNote offerings. I wonder why they did not choose Amazon over companies with a competitive product.
  12. I am already aware of that. So basically your answer to my question is "no". Any note synced to your servers is (presumably) sent over an encrypted connection but stored unencrypted. In a sense that Evernote employees (and) others would be able to read it. I do understand that this would be necessary to be able to do full text indexing etc. but to me it is important to be clear on this one. Technically you AND Google would be able to acces our data.
  13. I am wondering. Does Evernote do client side encryption? And do you, therefor, have a zero-knowledge architecture?
  14. I agree that without any visual feedback this would be difficult to achieve properly. However, a solution would be to hook into some default Safari features. For example: if I use the Reading List function I am able to see the clean article as provided by Apple. Using the Share extension from there could perhaps be possible. (Currently I can email the simplified article to my Evernote email address. But this workflow will not work for Free users.) Another example: if I use the Workflowapp on my iPad, I can use the "Get Contents Of Url" instead of the `'Get Contens of Web Page". Web Page will get the full HTML, but of URL will only get stripped rich text. Hope this is of help.
  15. I would like to have a switch in the sharing extension for iOS that allows me to not only save a full web page but optionally the cleaned up version of that page instead. Just like the way you can save only the content of an article in the Mac browser extensions and not the litter (mostly ads or comments).
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