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sheclimber

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  1. I'm having the same issue, but not just in Evernote - spellcheck doesn't work anywhere on my iPad Air even though I've verified that it's turned on in Settings. Read on another forum that deleting and reinstalling the Gmail app worked for some folks, but not for me.
  2. I know I can set the default to the last notebook used, but I would like to set to my Inbox notebook. If I feel like processing a note at the time I clip it, then I can change the notebook and give it tags. Sometimes that works great, but sometimes it interrupts workflow. For this reason, I'd like for it to go to Inbox if I do nothing and have that still be the default even if I changed the notebook the last time I clipped.
  3. Another +1 for this feature. You can create a shortcut for a tag, so why not a link to a tag? And links to saved searches would be nice too, but it's not worth it for me if I have to create a saved search for all the tags I'd like to do this with. How I'd use it: I have a master project list note, and each of those projects has a tag associated to it. I'd like to link directly to the project tag so I could go straight from my project list to the projects. I make shortcuts for my most active projects, but this is a small fraction of them and the shortcuts field is too small to be a full project list. Thanks!
  4. I'd like to add a vote for this feature, here's how I'd use it... For each of my projects I have a single note that is an overview where I capture overview-type thinking about the project. For every note that relates to a project, I tag it with a tag that is the project name. While it's possible for me to copy note links for all of the notes that relate to a project into the overview note - to get a list of related notes, it's cumbersome and rarely worthwhile. What would be worthwhile would be to add a link to a search for all notes tagged with the project name. Then my "list" would be dynamic and capture every item I tag with the project name. The way I do it now is to go to the tags manager and scroll or search to find the tag, but it's not very elegant. Another feature that would make that workflow easier is a pop-out tag manager, but that's for another thread.
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