I love the function that allows me to use Android's system-wide "Share..." feature to clip an article I'm reading in Chrome, for instance. However, it's driving me a little crazy, because Evernote 100%, all the time, without fail, puts a newly-clipped article in one particular wrong notebook. You'd think the system would put it in the most recently used notebook, or try to guess at the context like the web clipper does, or maybe just add it to my original, default, came-with-my-account notebook ... but instead it puts all new articles in a notebook I have for a particular specific niche set of notes. I do not want new web clippings in this notebook. It's getting to the point that I'm now using Pocket for clipping some things for later, because it's a miserable experience to re-file a bunch of notes in the Evernote Android app (3 taps to move notebooks, and you can only refile one clip at a time), and I don't want to have to remember to sort all my new clips on my computer when I get home. I've been through the few user-accessible options in the Android app, and there seems to be no way to set a default notebook for new web clippings on Android. Please add this feature. Or, if it's already there, please make it easier to find - I've been searching for it a few times.