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  1. I just learned about the Insert Date At Cursor keyboard shortcut. Way cool, except... I keep my journal (of over twenty years) on Evernote. Since I had to port it over from other apps (don't ask) the Created Date doesn't help to keep it in order. Title will sort it by the month, not the year, unless I format the date by the year, then month, then day. Is there a chance the next iteration of the client could include the option of "year/month/day" e.g. 2014/02/28? It would help ginormously. Thanks!
  2. Hello, With the Outlook client, it's an easy thing to create a desktop shortcut that opens a new email message window without having to start Outlook first. Does anyone here know of a similar capability for opening a new Evernote note? Thanks
  3. I'd love to have the ability to select text (i.e. a new topic during a lecture) and quickly create a tag for that note. The current method of using Control + Command + T (Mac) simply adds a new tag to the pool but doesn't actually add the tag to the note. I put my vote in to repurpose that keyboard shortcut or define that if text is selected then the tag is both added to the pool and added to any note the user is currently working within. thank you for your time!
  4. Using Evernote on my mac I find very comfortable to add a quick note with the shortcut ^-cmd-N , anyway it looks like it is impossible to tag it. Is there actually a way to tag a quick note and I'm missing how or there is no way to do it?
  5. I need to access various specific notes from any of my Macs. I want to store them centrally to avoid duplicated data (which one is the 'original' problems) and access them easily, as needed. My need is by no means unique, as I discovered by searching the user groups and forum; yet no simple solution has arisen. It's true that some technically clever people can implement unique solutions for their own needs, but I, for one, lack those skills. I hope Evernote staff reads this forum because this posting is addressed to the Product Manager for the Mac OS software: It's up to you to prioritize requests and allocate internal resources to fix bugs, produce enhancements and provide functionality that should have reasonably been expected in the core product. If the solution were easy or obvious, you'd have done it by now; but since you already know it will take some analysis, programming and testing, and because you've heard this request over and over again, isn't it time you considered providing a solution? Thank you
  6. I have a notebook that contains about 400 notes that need to have their tags reviewed and updated. I wish to do this without my hands leaving the keyboard, but there is one critical keyboard shortcut missing. Right now, I have two panes visible in Evernote: (1) On the left, a list of all the notes in the notebook (2) On the right, a window that displays the content of whichever note is selected in the left-hand pane I can quickly edit the tags of the displayed note by typing CMD ' to access the tags area in headings. When I'm finished editing the tag for the displayed note, I want to move back to the notes list, and then use the arrow key to move down to the next note in the list (so I can review and edit its tags). I cannot find a keyboard shortcut to take me back to the notes list. I've reviewed Evernote's list of keyboard shortcuts, and I can't see any that apply. I've asked Evernote support (via a chat) if they're aware of a keyboard shortcut that will do what I'm trying to do. They said there is none. So, this is a formal request to Evernote: please create a new keyboard shortcut for this function. Note that I am a long-time premium member, if that makes a difference to the attention this request will be given. thanks in advance for your help.
  7. Hey, A little while ago most of my keyboard shortcuts stopped working. The one I use most frequently is probably CTRL+SHIFT+C to insert a to-do checkbox. It does nothing anymore. Did the shortcuts change? I looked around online and nobody has updated any hotkey lists so either it's changed and nobody has bothered to point it out or I'm experiencing some kind of error. If someone could enlighten me, It would be very much appreciated Cheers
  8. I really dig the overhaul that EN received for iOS7, however, I really miss the ability to quickly launch an audio note. With my attention span, by the time I have a new note created and manage to get the audio feature selected, my ideas (which are primarily songs) have often vanished from my mind or been interrupted by life or troubleshooting. I think the "Type a quick note" banner is done super well! I just wish I that I could customize what those quick launch buttons were (IE: choosing to have the audio note as a shortcut instead of something like "Reminder" or "Camera" which I personally rarely use EN for). Would anyone else benefit from this feature?
  9. Hey all Is there a shortcut (for mac) to jump to the top of my note list? Im using 'Card View', set to display 'All Notes' sorted by 'Date Updated' Thanks!
  10. Is there a keyboard shortcut to tick checkbox in the Windows desktop version of Evernote?
  11. I've been having a problem with the new superscript/subscript shortcut keys. I can apply superscripts and subscripts through the format menu (format > style > superscript or subscript) but when I try to use the shortcut listed next to these options, nothing happens. I love that this has been updated into Evernote for Mac as I have been needing it for taking notes in math classes, but I do need the ease of using shortcuts for quick note taking. I like how on the web app, the superscript and subscript style options are featured at the top next to the bold, italic, and underline options. Can we have this function in the same place on the Mac version? Is anyone else having these problems? Thanks in advance.
  12. Hi, I am a novice and just start using evernote for 2 month. I would like to set up some short cut for changing font color at one click. Any idea? Thanks!
  13. Hi there, I know how to change the font of the note in Evernote's Mac client with the mouse, and I have found the keyboard shortcuts for changing the size of the font. My question is: Is there also a keyboard shortcut to change the font type? Alternatively, is it possible to do this with an applescript or something similar? Thanks, Jo
  14. (using Evernote for Windows 4.6.0.7670 ) I want to use my mouse and click tags to build a searchs by both adding additional tags AND addiing exculusions of tags These are the mouse and keystrokes for seaching tags Left click mouse - Selects a tag to seach Shift-Click - Sellects all the tags between and including this tag and the previous one sellected Alt-Click - Adds this addition tag to the already sellected ?????? - Excludes notes with this tag from the already sellectedWhat is the quick key for this? It use to be something like Ctrl-Alt-Click. and I can't find it listed anywhere in the forum or wiki. This use to work So to clearify what I am trying to do. instead of typing this: tag:a tag:b tag:c tag:f -tag:mI want to be able to do this: Left mouse click tag:a Shift-click tag:c (picks up all the tags a to c) alt-click tag:f (adds f to the seach) _____-click:m (but exlude tag m)
  15. When I use cmd + shift + J to search Tags, the first time is ok. But if I want to filter another Tag I need to manually run the cursor over the Tag filter button to search another tag. Essentially, I can't use the shortcut two times in a row. Any ideas?
  16. Please please provide better keyboard shortcut support with Evernote 5 for Mac With Evernote 5 for Mac, the Jump-to-NoteBook shortcut is very useful for sure, thanks much for the great work on that! But there's still several very common operations that I believe any intensive user is doing over and over again with mouse, below are just some example: - Jump-to-note (versus Jump-to-NoteBook) Very often I remember the title of the note I want to jump to (e.g. "Common linux commands", "FooBar project road map") instead of the name of the notebook. It would much more convenient if there's a shortcut to open a input box just like jump-to-notebook, and I can just type the name of the note to directly jump to it. - Focus the note AKA, move the caret to the body of the selected note. After jump-to-notebook, I'm at the list of the notes within that notebook and I can use up/down to select the note. But I have to type command-L to focus the title of the note first, then type TAB to focus the body. Adding one quick shortcut to directly focus the body is not just to save only one button press, but could be extremely useful when my current focus is at somewhere else like the search box, refer to below - allowing navigation shortcut while searching notes Currently I can type option-command-f to start searching all my notes, and use command-g to cycle through occurrence. But couple problems while doing that: * command-g only cycles within the current selected note; if there're multiple notes containing the keywords, I have to use mouse to click the next note, and get back to keyboard to use command-g again; ideally I should be able to either only use command-g to continue to the next note, or type certain key like TAB to select the next note * after I found the occurrence I'm looking for, I have to use mouse to click on the note at that occurrence position, to get focus on it; otherwise, I have to type TAB, to move the focus out of search box, then type command-l to focus on note title, then type TAB again to focus on the beginning of the note body, then hit up/down and the page will immediacy scroll to the beginning of note so that I can move my caret down to my target position - which you can see is a great hassle; ideally I should be able to just type focus-the-note shortcut after I've found my target occurrence with command-g, to directly move the caret to that highlighted occurrence. - Focus on the left-side-bar This may be just a minor thing. Some time user may want to move focus to the left-side-bar, and use up/down to select the notebook, instead of having to type the notebook name to jump to. I believe with better keyboard support in Evernote, it will become an extremely efficient tool that everyone will addict to. Thanks much for this great product!
  17. Using the latest version of EN on my Android Tablet, I created a shortcut to all notes with a specific tag. It autotitled with "Notes tagged with ***", which sounded very promising. However when clicking on the shortcut, it brings up All notes - which is less promising. Am I doing something wrong?
  18. I have searched to see if this has been asked before and am surprised that it hasn't: Keyboards shortcut to invoke the "Search Notebooks" field (not the search notes field, top right). I start most tasks by navigating to the appropriate notebook. Mousing to it each time is extremely tedious. I believe there is a shortcut on PC but not Mac?
  19. Is there a way to make an Evernote link or Desktop Shortcut to open an existing note in a new window (like when you are in a separate note window and click a note link)? I have tried: Copy Note Link, using that as a windows shortcut = Opens note in main list in Evernote window. Command Line Options = no option to open a note I don't think. Just display note in terminal. Copy note URL = public sharing = not what i want Thanks! I am wondering if there could be a way to implement in the protocol handler as a note link starts like this: evernote:///view/[bLAH] Maybe a different action than 'view' or other parameters or something?
  20. Before starting to use Evernote, I used GNote and I especialy liked a simple feature it had: you could enter the date and or time in a note simply touching a menu icon. As Evernote is great for taking notes or updating notes on the run, this (hopefully) simple addition would be a big bonus, IMHO.
  21. I am a power user of Evernote, and I really like the kinda new "Copy Note Link" feature. I use it all the time - for creating easy to track note threads within tags with lots of notes. This feature would be so much better if I could simply select a note, and then have a keyboard short cut to copy the link. command-j would be a good start, but heck, I'd take any keyboard shortcut for this!
  22. I'm collecting TONS of web clips and I hate to move the mouse cursor to trigger that clipper button. Is there anyway to "hack" it? I need a keyboard shortcut in Safari, like "cmd+shift+c", so I could clip it without leaving my hands from keyboard. And better yet, we've got "BetterTouchTool" to map the keyboard shortcut to a touch gesture... Next time I could "three fingers swipe down" to clip a page, wouldn't that be GREAT????
  23. I have a little feature request that I guess would be easy to introduce: I would love to have a keyboard shortcut to show Evernote main window, just as happens in many mac applications. I usually open Evernote, look for something and just close the window (⌘+W) but leave the app open. When I want to go back to Evernote I use the app navigator shortcut (⌘+TAB) to focus on Evernote app, but I am not able to bring the main window to front unless I click the Dock icon (so the ⌘+TAB becomes useless). It would be great to have an item in the "window" menu to "show Evernote window", and have a keyboard shortcut assigned to it (such as ⌘+1, which is used in other apps). This way I could see Evernote window just by selecting the app with ⌘+TAB and the hitting ⌘+1.
  24. It would be nice if the Evernote version for desktop systems (Windows, OSX, etc) provide keyboard shortcuts for moving paragraphs up and down. This feature is available in e.g. the Notepad++ text editor (ctrl-shift-up and ctrl-shift-down) and in Eclipse (alt-up and alt-down), and once you start using it, it is very convenient to reorder things.
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