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  1. Thanks for all this detailed information. I really appreciate it.
  2. Believe me, I'd love to upgrade. The problem is some very old outliner software that I've used for many MANY years. Hundreds of really important business and personal documents are in that software. Couldn't find a good replacement for that outliner until recently and I've been laboriously converting them all. That is an enormous job, which i've only been able to do by dribs and drabs. Can't upgrade to Win10 until that's done. I have no idea what it means to run Win7 in a virtual machine. What does that mean? Oh and DUH. It didn't occur to me to login to the web version --THANK YOU f
  3. There's a forum discussion for Windows 10 and above. Another one for 6.25 and under. So... what happens to those of us on Windows 7? I'm still on Win7 for complicated reasons. It worked just fine until I had to reboot my computer a few days ago. Suddenly, clicking the desktop icon does absolutely nothing at all. Went on the forum to find out wassup and saw that someone said it only works on Windows 10 now. Whaaa?? I need Evernote for work and this is just awful. Please help.
  4. Okay, when I do that, I don't get every one of the sub-layers of nested tags, as listed in the left panel. I see food, then recipe notebook, then pantry. Just three layers. The sub-tags that I've already nested underneath that level are not listed. It just tells me that I have 44 tags inside of the pantry tag list. If I click pantry, I get that big bucket of tags, not sorted into their previously organized sub tags. In either case, I can no longer add new tags using that panel, so they will be grouped with those tags. I can't edit their names, or rearrange them into sub lists. If I c
  5. Here's all my tags in the "pantry" tag list, which has some sub-tags, for example 'extracts', which includes almond extract, anise extract, etc. But those are all in one big bucket, out of order.
  6. That's not what I've got. This is what I'm looking at. These are all the tags I've got for cooking vinegars.They're not organized into sub tags.
  7. From what I can see, the only thing we can actually do in the tag panel is delete tags. We can't add any new ones, we can't rename the ones that are in there. We can't change their order, or nest them under other tags.
  8. The left panel at least does display the hierarchy of tags that got nested under other tags in the previous version of Evernote. In the tag panel, none of that hierarchy is visible, so moving things around in that hierarchy isn't possible. So... am I missing something useful in the tag panel? Why did you suggest I look at it that way?
  9. The tag panel is, IMHO, a total mess. When I tried clicking the top header of all my food tag, the result includes tags that have nothing to do with food. All the tags are dumped into one big bucket, completely out of alphabetical order. When I click the sort button, that has no effect at all in the order they are displayed. Click by name going up? Nothing happens. Click by name going down? Nothing happens. Why give us a sort button if it does nothing at all? These tags are not organized by subtags in that panel. The filters are absolutely useless for my purposes. I don't care about when
  10. TashR, I'm discovering exactly the same problem. It looks like we can pick them up to drag and drop them under other tags. The icon for that tag appears to move up and down. But for some reason when we drop, the tags stay in exactly the same place as before. Is there something I'm missing on how to do this now? FYI, gazumped, I'm on Windows 7.
  11. I don't see this filtering option on the mobile version of iOS. Is it just on Mac laptops? I cook with an iPad in the kitchen --or at least I used to...
  12. I'd like to add something to this list. Apparently, searching by multiple tags to narrow down a search has been disabled (at least on mobile iOS), and that is heartbreaking. I have three thousand recipes, meticulously tagged by all ingredients, regional cooking, seasonal cooking, method of cooking (air fryer, ice cream maker, etc), and categories of dishes (quiche, hot beverages, etc). Until the recent new version, I could go to my recipes notebook, look to the upper right corner, and click in multiple tags to narrow down my options. I used to click: salad + seafood + ginger + Asian cook
  13. Thanks for your reassuring words. I totally agree that this would have gone better if they'd warned people. No way I would have upgraded. Okay... back to printing out recipes....
  14. That means I can't use my iPad (iOS) for cooking any more --and that's the primary reason I spent *big bucks* on an iPad. I think anyone would get pretty hot under the collar about that. If I have to return to the Legacy version on my computer, that means I lose all the positive new features on the computer. It means I can never upgrade Evernote there, ever. Wouldn't that mess up syncing eventually, as Evernote continues to add new versions? More to the point, having to choose recipes on my computer in my office puts me back to the old clunky method of printing out recipes, scribbli
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