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  1. It would be great if there was a way to Subtitle under Titles in Notebooks. Subtitles under subtitles as many times as needed would be great!
  2. I have a large number of Notebooks (100+, one for each client I work with) and am constantly jumping between them on a daily basis. On the sidebar, I have to scroll up/down to find the notebook I'm after. I'd like to be able to just click into the sidebar on any random notebook and start typing and have the sidebar scroll and highlight the closest match. Just like you can on a folder list in Windows/MacOS. It would make life sooooo much easier. A keyboard shortcut to move the active screen area to that sidebar to begin typing would be nice as well.
  3. http://www.harmonenterprises.com/blog/organize-evernote-notebooks Thought I'd throw some chum in the water for the relentless notebook sharks. I'm one of those taggers who uses very few notebooks, based on access (local, synchronized, shared, offline), not content, but I have to admit that Harmon makes a compelling argument, especially since tag organization cannot currently be viewed on all platforms.
  4. Hello, 3 questions: 1. I created my 9 notebooks in Penultimate and then they synced to Evernote ... and when I go to Evernote I see all of the notebooks with notes but I can’t update the notes ..... how do I update notes in Evernote??? 2. Although I can see all of the notebooks in Evernote I still only see some of the notebooks in Penultimate...why is that? 3. How can I assign noteS in Penultimate to notebooks in Evernote or Penultimate? thank you in advance !1
  5. PLEASE give users an option to view their notebooks in multi columns like you used to. This single column is inefficient. Give us a choice of how we want to view our notebooks. You give us this option with our notes. Please do the same with notebooks. Thanks!
  6. I am proposing using Evernote as an LMS of sorts; to provide guided notes and rich class materials, and encourage students to have digital notes for future reference. I want to create a notebook for each student; this way I can see if they are taking effective notes and ease the submission of assignments (we have only 20 students per term maximum). So I am wondering; if you share a notebook with a student, can you effectively "turn over" the notebook to the student so that it is theirs to have at the end of the term? It would help me by not bumping into the notebook limits over time. Thanks!
  7. I am using Evernote 7.0.3 on a Mac. I can't figure out how to move a notebook from one stack to another. Right-clicking on a notebook does not have a move option. Dragging a notebook also does nothing. In the menubar I can find "Move Note" but not "Move Notebook". Help!
  8. For the love of all things organized, please let us duplcate notebook names. I have... Work Stack > Notes > Projects > To Dos Personal Stack > Personal Notes > Personal Projects > Personal To Dos The problem with this is that shortcuts get cut off and, being dyslexic and not wanting too many words to skim through, I use 'personal' to produce a unique notebook name but as a pre-fix so I can ignore it. Can you just wrap the notbook UI with whatever we call it and on the back end identify it as <stack>:<notebook> or something? Obviously you can keep the restriction of unique stack names but we're using those as groupings and notebooks as subgroupings. Let subgroups have unique names please!
  9. I find the "Notes and Notebooks" window in Spaces to badly designed. It really needs more viewing options. I miss the "card view" which allows me to see a thumbnail of the note and the note itself. Thumbnails coupled with a view of the note give me the visual cues I need to find notes. As designed, I don't know if I've found the right note short of opening it. Having to open a note, (or perhaps two or three) before finding the correct note creates just enough extra steps that eliminates much of the value of Spaces. I realize that some new users might prefer a more "Dropbox-like" interface, but that defeats one of the main benefits of Evernote- intuitive recall of notes.
  10. Using Tags as Pseudo Notebooks (pNB) [Note: At the urging of another user, I have started a new topic for this subject. I posted the below originally in Jan 2016. I am in the process of rewriting, fine-tuning this article, but for now the below is a copy of my original post at Using Tags as Pseudo Notebooks . The basic design of pNB has not changed.] My knowledge of how to use Tags continues to evolve. This has been largely due to limitations Evernote has placed on Notebooks. So, the question is: How does one make the best use of the tool they have? Notebooks (NB) are limited to 250. Tags are virtually unlimited at 100,000. Tags can have a hierarchical structure of Parent Tag / Child Tag, much like the folders that you see on your computer. So, if we can model NBs as Tags, then we can effectively have unlimited NBs and sub-NBs. One of the most appealing features of Notebooks (and folders) is how they visually appear. But what if we can do the same visual layout with Tags? Stay tuned to learn how. I use tags in two fundamentally different ways: Pseudo Notebooks -- use in place of where you would normally use a notebook. This includes sub-notebooks. Note Categorization -- traditional use of tags to categorize the entity, which can have multiple tags. Can be used across Notebooks, or in this case, across pseudo NBs. Using Tags as Pseudo Notebooks Tags can be organized in hierarchies (meaning Parent-Child relationship). So we can achieve the appearance of Notebooks and sub-notebooks, Without going into a lot of detail at this point, I have created a number of Tags which serve as pseudo Notebooks. Note that all of the pseudo NBs, actually tags, all have a prefix of ".NB.", which makes it easy to identify which tags are pseudo NBs, and will cause them to appear at the top of the Tag list. You can, of course, use any prefix that works for you. One great advantage of using tags as pseudo NBs, is that you can assign multiple pseudo NBs to the same Note. Can't do that with actual NBs. Each Note can belong to only one NB. So this allows me, for example, to assign multiple pseudo NBs of .NB.IT, .NB.Business, and .NB.Personal to the same Note, which is the asset record for a new Mac, used in both business and personal activities. Now when I search or filter on any of the 3 pseudo NBs it will find the asset record of my Mac. I now have all of my pseudo NBs that appear at the top of my Tag list, and the pseudo NBs can, and do, have sub-pseudo NBs. Here's an example: As a result, I now have a need for ONLY 3 main Notebooks, plus any Notebooks needed for sharing or mobile offline use: Please feel free to post any questions or comments. EDIT: Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 12:36:27 PM CST For more discussion on pseudo notebooks, see Using Tags as Pseudo Notebooks (original post) Do you find lots of notebooks or notebook stacks useful?
  11. I think a glaring absence is the ability to put stacks inside of stacks. I would to have a "Work" stack that I can then add another stack underneath like "Personnel" with Notebooks inside that stack. I know you can nest things deeper on tags, but it's not nearly as convenient or efficient. Some of my notebooks need to be stacked inside of a stack.
  12. Christine T

    How to create Stacks in Evernote Web?

    I am trying to create stacks in Evernote Web. The instructions say to simply drag one notebook on top of another to create a stack. But I am unable to drag any notebook. Is anyone else experiencing this issue? I am an organization freak, and not being able to do this is driving me nuts! Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!
  13. Hello When I started with evernote, I didn't study well how to organize notebooks and tags. So i did it a little bit spontaneous, as much people do. As a result, i have a lot of unusefull tags and i have notebooks who should be tags. After a few months i understand I have to reorganize my notebooks and tags. I have a lott of notes and a lot of tags, when i must do this, note by note and tag by tag this is impossible for me. For the notebooks, it is not a problem since it is easy to take all the notes in a notebook and put it in another notebook.in one action. But for the tags it is a big problem. It should be possible to give a same tag to many notes in one action and not note by note. It should also be usefull to delete many tags with one move or to give many tags the same name in one move. It should be a great help for me if someone has tips for me, how to do this, thanks for answering, Tony
  14. scubadiver

    Other Scubadiver

    Hi, When I am asked to join a notebook, what security risks am I opening myself up to? Am I truly just joining that notebook? or do I give others who also have access to that notebook access to other information about my Evernote account? Or about me? Thanks
  15. antitech

    More than 256 notebooks needed

    I have need of more than the limit of 256 notebooks at top level. Any plans to increase this limit without going to a business account?
  16. In 2014 I asked for the ability to generate a list of notebooks each user has joined in an Evernote Business account. Has this come to fruition yet? My original request stemmed from staff changes, and setting up the "new person" with the same notebooks their predecessor had. Now, I'm shuffling corporate employees' access with multiple Evernote Business accounts. This would really be helpful. Perhaps an add on to the admin console? Has anyone found a way around this?
  17. Using the web-based interface, the default view isNotes, which are a mishmash and chaotic. Could it be possible to use Notebooks as the default view, which is the main form of organization available on Evernote?
  18. Ever since EN changed the layout of the Notebooks page, it has been a frustration for finding a single Notebook. However, it would be a GREAT help if the top of the Notebook page had a "Collapse/Expand All Notebooks" option. It would render a quicker scrolling and finding. Just a suggestion for making EN better.
  19. Dear Devs On the iPhone, I have noticed that "Recent Notebooks" area's do not represent the recent notebooks that have been used. Could the "Recent Notebooks" in "Move Note" area and the "Notes" tab be enhanced to update more effectively? Here is a screenshot of the "Move Note" area I am talking about: https://thesecretweapon.tools/temp/20171229-recent-notebooks-needs-to-update-more-effectively-move-note.JPG Here is a screenshot of the "Notes" tab area I am talking about: https://thesecretweapon.tools/temp/20171229-recent-notebooks-needs-to-update-more-effectively-notes-tab.JPG
  20. At present, the structural organization of Evernote is in dire need of improvement. Here are the no-brainer features that should be added to Evernote as soon as humanly and technically possible. 1) The contents of every note are organized into sections 2) Every notebook is organized into sub-notebooks 3) Stacks are organized into folders aka meta-stacks. My request basically boils down to adding 3 new structural entities: 1) note sections; 2) sub-notebooks; 3) meta-stacks. If you agree that these features need to be added, please upvote this post. I hope to get an official response from the Evernote Development Team as to whether the abovementioned features are going to be added.
  21. Initially I tried this in Personal Edition but not available and I don't yet know if it is available in Business edition as of yet because I first wanted (assumed) I could export all my content and that content is divided to Notebooks. Each Notebook is an area of specific research. If I'm researching Microsoft Server 2016 and SCCM that would be different than Exchange 2016. Those are two notebooks. If I share one or the other with others it needs to be related just to those specific topics and not have any notes of anything unrelated. Lot of notebooks, lot of shares. I have concluded that you simply cannot create a Stack and share the stack and let the team choose. I'm hoping Business Edition will do this otherwise it has no value for me beyond me. I cannot use it as a archive/KB/collections of information by relative topic and keywords. If I'm missing something I'll post in feature request. Now, I opened the Business account assuming I could export my content. I downloaded latest Windows build. Exported the content. Logged off, back on as Business account ID, imported the content and none of the Notebooks or Stacks imported. Just hundreds of notes (just started using the product). I read a KB article about then logging to Web as my personal account and performing a "Move" notebook option that doesn't exist for me. Is this a upgrade? Because at this point I would, like to share what I've build in the test environment and port that to the Business account, not have to create 50 Notebooks and move all that content around. I have not been using the tool very long but I have created a lot of notebooks and lot of content that once shown to management would demonstrate my point versus what we are using today. Knowledge is power. Organized knowledge quickly found, in technology, power and bonus check. I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction or simply state what I'm trying to do cannot be done and I'll first test the ability in Business edition to share out Top Level notebooks that are high level like "Exchange" and then under that Category I need Exchange_Security, Exchange_2016, Exchange_Online.... Just minor examples but some technologies get very fragmented. Like "Two Factor", then notebooks under that for specific technologies from Google or other. This combined with the ability to save PDF's and have everyone aggregate there research to a single structure is the value for my team right now. And I'm sure there is much more.
  22. I'm using EN Business in my law practice to help synthesize facts from a case file. I keep case file documents in one notebook, and build case facts in another notebook. The limitation is that it is difficult to toggle back and forth between my documents notebook and my facts notebook. To open a document, I have to go to one notebook; but to create a fact, I have to go to another notebook. Back and forth, back and forth. Sometimes I will use the web interface. But that is limited because the shortcut keys are different or unavailable, there is no highlighting function, sorting functions are limited, etc. One or both of the following features would be a great help: 1) Allow opening multiple instances/windows of Evernote. 2) Allow creating a business note via the shortcut-key Control+Alt+N. Currently, Control+Alt+N will only create a personal note. And Control+N will only create a new note in the current notebook. I need a way to create notes in a different notebook without having to leave the notebook I'm currently working in. Please advise. Thanks, Tim
  23. I use the Stacks feature frequently to organize my notebooks, but I would love some alternatives to default alphabetical sorting for stacks and notebooks. It would make it much easier to segment out the different things I use Evernote for and speed the process of finding the exact notes I want or need. It would also be great to have an alternative to the 'most recent first' sorting of notes within notebooks, but this concerns me the least since tagging and search functions are so robust.
  24. Allen Long

    Increase notebook limit

    One of the features of Evernote is to organize by notebooks. Over the years, I find that I need to pull all related notes from a particular notebook and place it in a new notebook. I have been with Evernote almost since the beginning of its starting. Now I am limited in my organizing. Argh! This is frustrating. Any chance that this could be changed? (BTW, I do have a Premium account) Any ideas? Thanks, Allen Long
  25. I arrange my notebooks in stacks, for example I have a stack called tasks, and within that stack I have Work Tasks, Home Tasks, etc as separate notebooks. In the desktop versions of EN you can see all notes in a stack by selecting that stack. So I can see all my tasks by selecting the task stack. However in the iOS apps you have to select individual notebooks within a stack. It would be great, for consistency across the versions, and functionality if this way of working could be added. Should be fairly easy as essentially that’s what the ‘all notes’ does but for all notes not just a specific stack Justin
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