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  1. I have made a new shortcut to a tag but when "starting" this shortcut I see the last opened list but not a list of my notes with this tag. Shortcuts to notebooks and shortcuts to single notes work as expected. This seems to happen since the latest evernote 4.2.2 for android, because before this update a was able to create shortcuts to tags and they worked. Even old shortcuts to tags are still working, only new creted shortcuts to tags do not work. I have tried this with a Nexus S (smartphone) and a Nexus 7 (tablet). Both the same. I have also completely uninstalled Evernote and Evernote widget on my Nexus 7 tablet, deleted the whole evernote folder and installed Evernote again. The problem still exists. Please fix this. Thanks.
  2. Hi, this is my first post. I'm Frank, an happy evernote user. Since I reordered some stuff, my evernote account now has 650+ notes and 100+ tags. On Android app, although I have the latest version available from the Play Store, there's no way to use tags as a filter in a specific notebook. So when I select a tag/multiple tags, instead of showing tagged notes of the selected notebook, it shows all notes with that tag there are in ALL notebooks. Don't know if it is the same also on other supported mobile platforms. 'Tag as a filter per notebook' has always worked on desktop clients. I use both Windows and Mac OS X versions. I'd appreciate your help. Frank.
  3. I'd love if EN would either hardwire an "Invisible" tag completely hiding any notes which were tagged with it, until the show/hide feature were turned off. Of course if I were really dreaming I might choose to add this feature to custom tags or indivitual notes, but I think hard-wiring it would be the easiest way. I'd definitely kickstart it with a few shekels if given the opportunity! How much could this cost to develop?
  4. ANNOUNCEMENT: using TagHunter is now part of BitQwik, the natural language search assistant for Evernote. All future changes to Taghunter will only be found in BitQwik. Please upgrade to BitQwik now. See this thread: After several years of using Evernote and being an enthusiastic Tag user I have ended up with nearly 4000 Tags in my account. Worse, many of my tags have multiple variations and several misspellings. Plurals, singular, with a space and without, different tense and more, this situation leaves me with an uneasy sense that I'm forgetting the right Tag form whenever I do a Tag search. Being a programmer I decided to fix this so I created TagHunter. TagHunter is an intelligent power search tool that can search your Evernote note store on the Windows platform. It can wade quickly through thousands of tags and can even do simultaneous tag searches, the latter being a critical feature when you can't remember exactly how you tagged an important note. When you find the Tag that you are looking for, TagHunter will open the Evernote Windows client with the correct tag search loaded. TagHunter is amazingly tolerant of tag variations even when the variations are in the middle or at the end of a tag, and knows how to take apart multi-word tags properly to do an intelligent match. Important: Tag Hunter requires the latest Evernote Windows client. If you have trouble, please try upgrading your Evernote client first. Enough said. Watch the 2 minute to see exactly how TagHunter works and how to use it. All the searches shown are real searches against the thousands of notes in my Evernote account and the thousands of tags they are annotated with. Here's the download link to TagHunter version 1.4.2.2b. If you have any earlier version of TagHunter on your system, please uninstall it first before installing 1.4.2.2b. This version, unlike earlier versions, does not require admin right to install it and has several important bug fixes for Windows 7 and some new features! A summary list of updates across all versions is below. Don't forget to follow this topic if you want to be notified when new versions are posted! UPDATE 1 - NESTED TAGS SUPPORT: I just added nested tags delimiter support. If you put something in the new box for entering one, and you enter a search term that contains that delimiter, then only tags that contain that delimiter and share the same prefix will be included in the search for that search term. For example, I created a parent tag called Parent and three child tags called Parent-Child 1, Parent-Child 2, and Parent-Child 3. I then entered the search term Parent-Child for the search. Because of this only the Tags that start with Parent were included in the search. In essence, it's a quick ad hoc filter for those of you that use nested tags with prefixes. The little question mark button next to the delimiter setting box explains it in case you need to remember how it works. See this post on this thread for a screenshot. UPDATE 2 - LIST VIEW: New feature, a simple list view to go with the Tag Cloud view. For those of you that want a linear list instead of the Tag Cloud Viewer, I have now added a simple linear list of the matches that also show the scores. The list is in descending sort order so that the best matches are near the top of the list. See the second screenshot below the picture of the Tag Cloud View. Important: a 100% score may still not be an exact match since TagHunter's search has a built-in tolerance algorithm that treats very close matches the same, so this is not an error. TagHunter's scoring algorithms are complex and somewhat non-linear but be assured, the best matches will be near the top and the weaker ones will be towards the bottom of the list. UPDATE 3 - SORTED TAG CLOUD: The tag cloud is now sorted so that when it first appears, closest matches are closer to you visually and weaker ones are to the back of the Cloud. Here's a screenshot of a sorted tag cloud. UPDATE 4 - CLIPBOARD SUPPORT: The latest version now allows you to select rows in the list view and copy them to the clipboard so you can paste them into other applications. It supports the full Ctrl-Click, Shift-Click selection mechanisms you expect when working with a list box. Thanks to @jbenson2 for the suggestion! UPDATE 5 - SEARCH NOTEBOOKS TOO: Thanks to a suggestion by @BurgerNFries you can now use TagHunter's powerful fuzzy search to search your notebooks too! UPDATE 6 - Copy Notebook/Tag name to clipboard: Thanks to suggestions from @jbenson2 you can now copy a sorted list of either your Notebook names or Tag names to the clipboard. See this post for further details. UPDATE 7 - Log Out of TagHunter: Thanks to suggestions from @Har Garaets and @FactMan you can now log out of TagHunter if you are in a multi-user environment, and also do multi-tag filtering when showing notes in the Evernote client. See this post for further details. UPDATE 8 - Check for Updates and Google Search Integration: Integration with Google Search has now been added thanks to a suggestion from @FactMan. Also, there is a new tab that will tell you if you are running the latest version or not. See this post for further details. UPDATE 9 - Sort by Tag/Notebook in List View fixed: This version fixes a bug @FactMan found with the column sort in the List View. Now, when you click on the column titled Tag, the list will be properly sorted alphabetically by the Tag or Notebook name. UPDATE 10- Note Counts by Tag or Notebook in List View: This version can now calculate the number of notebooks per Tag or per Notebook for each item in the search results. See this post for details and a screenshot. This is brand new software so please report any problems on this thread and I'll answer them. I'm looking forward to your feedback and I hope that TagHunter is as helpful to you as it is to me. Here's a screenshot of the program. I purposely misspelled venture capital, the third Tag in the search query shown, as ventnor capitol to show TagHunter's ability to handle badly formed tags either in the search query or the tags in your note store. The tag it found, ventur capital, is actually misspelled in my account that way yet TagHunter found it anyways during the simultaneous tag search shown in the screenshot: Simple List View with Scores Sincerely, -- roschler
  5. Easiest if I explain the scenario: Lauch the Evernote Mac client. Define a tag. Let's call it "mytag". Assign the tag to 10 notes. Sync. Look at each note to confirm that the tag is assigned. Yep! Look at the tag to confirm that it's count is "10". Yep! View all notes. Search for the tag (tag:mytag). Evernote finds some of the notes with the tag, but not all of them. Has anyone else seen this behavior? Tech support suggested I delete the Evernote client and reinstall it from the website, not the Mac App Store. I have done that, and there is no change in behavior. If this is indeed a problem and not user error, it seems pretty serious.
  6. If I create a note and tag it "btag" "ctag" and another note tagged "dtag" "atag" when I sort them in list view, the first appears above the second - but this is based on the arbitrary order of the tags assigned. This is quite frustrating as it means that if I don't assign tags in alphabetical order, I won't get alphabetical sorts. Any thoughts?
  7. I would like to see if a tag(s) could be assigned to a notebook. Basically, it would allow me to move a note to a notebook and the note would automatically be assigned the tag that was assigned to that notebook. This is a similar type of functionality that I implement in enterprise document management systems (DMS) for my job. Within the DMS is a set of folders, each folder has a designated metadata value. In the example I am using, the metadata value is a document type. When a user moves or saves a document (of any type, email, or otherwise) into one of these folders, the document type is automatically assigned to the document. This enables the user to search the entire system for the document, without having to go into the folder it self.
  8. I have my tags organised in a hierarchy much like files in windows explorer. It'd be cool if you could mark a tag as a 'placeholder' tag. ie. you can't actually use it when tagging a note, it's just created to make a hierarchy in the tags. Ideally it wouldn't even show up when you start typing the tag name - possibly one advantage of marking it a placeholder. Maybe you could then even allow duplicate tags if they are placeholders. Implementing it, I imagine you'd just have a tickbox in the dialog box that pops up when you create a new tag that you can tick if you want it to be a placeholder
  9. Hi I like the tag hierarchy functionality of evernote, and I still wonder how this can be really used on android in daily life? Maybe I miss something? Imagine a 3-level tag hierarchy of only 5 items on each level. So lets try to tag one single new note. 2 clicks, and I am on the tag dialog - where I find a flat list of 5+5*5+5*5*5=155 items. Now, I've only got to scroll down some 30 screens to find my tag :-((? If this tag setting dialog was hierarchically structured: it would only take me 3 more klicks to tag (in this case)! I would be able to find my tags quickly I would be helped enormously keeping my tag structure clean - much less similar tags, lost tags, unstructured tags, etc...
  10. Hey everyone I'm hoping to find a way to identify all the notes that I scan into Evernote. I have a Fujitsu ScanSnap and I'm hoping I can use the "source" search operator. This is how I have it set up right now: http://goo.gl/Q17jl But it's not getting any results, unfortunately. I'm pulling the source from this info page: http://goo.gl/pGihj Can anyone help me out? Is this even possible?
  11. Hello, All of a sudden Evernote does not auto complete entered tags anymore. Doesn't matter if I want to tag an old note or a new one. As you can see on the screenshot I created a new note and started tagging with co... You see that I have a few tags starting with co but I get not offered any of them while typing. Please help, Regards, Marc
  12. When I save note (url, page, etc...) from Chrome Web Clipper plugin, I write one or more tags but when I see the note on Evernote, there's no tags. I can modify it directly from evernote (web or android or Blackberry). It is a bug or are there any setting to do? Thanks.
  13. I have recently opened a group sponsored account and have everything related to my company moved to this account and then shared the notebooks to colleagues. Then, we found out the tag function is not working. The list of tags are totally segregated between individual shared notebooks which means if you click in the tag, only those notes with the same tag in the same notebooks are shown. THERE IS NO WHERE TO SEE ALL TAGS AND NO WAY TO BRING ALL NOTES WITH THE SAME TAG TOGETHER IF THEY ARE IN DIFFERENT SHARED NOTEBOOKS. What's the point of tagging? We cannot believe Evernote have not thought about this when rolling out the coporate account idea!! Moreover, some basic functions available at Evernote Web are not applicable to the desktop app. So basic that I'm just talking about deleting a note or moving it to another notebook! This is causing so much more work to the admin staff of the company! These flaws must be fixed NOW!!!!
  14. I'd been frustrated before by Evernote's inability to find notes with only one tag, since there's no way in the search grammar to say, "Return all notes with tag X and no other tags." Anyway, I finally figured out a workaround. This isn't rocket science, so many other of you may already be doing this. But I present it here so any of you who find it useful and don't already have this saved can C&P the search into Evernote for future use. First, select the tag you want in the tag list, or put "tag:[desired tag]" in the search bar. Then pasting in the following: -tag:a* -tag:b* -tag:c* -tag:d* -tag:e* -tag:f* -tag:g* -tag:h* -tag:i* -tag:j* -tag:k* -tag:l* -tag:m* -tag:n* -tag:o* -tag:p* -tag:q* -tag:r* -tag:s* -tag:t* -tag:u* -tag:v* -tag:w* -tag:x* -tag:y* -tag:z* -tag:1* -tag:2* -tag:3* -tag:4* -tag:5* -tag:6* -tag:7* -tag:8* -tag:9* -tag:0* -tag:!* -tag:-* -tag:.* -tag:#* -tag:@*Important note: You need to remove from that list the negator that has the first character of your desired tag. So if you're searching for tag "Religion," delete "-tag:r* " from the list. The search should be the technical equivalent of "tag:[desired tag] -tag:* ," where the wildcard removes (almost) everything else. But if you have tags beginning with symbols besides !, -, ., #, and @, you may need to add those too. One example I searched just now: I wanted to find all notes I have tagged with "Economics" and nothing else. Clicking the Economics tag shows 315 notes. Copying the string above into the search bar leaves me with 16 notes. I see that the first note showing is also tagged with "Education," and since I really wanted to totally isolate just the "Economics"-tagged notes, I added "-tag:education" to the search bar. Then I see a note tagged with "Eurozone," so I did the same thing: add "-tag:eurozone." Finally, I was left with 7 notes tagged with "Economics" and nothing else. I hope this is useful to at least one of you.
  15. I wanted to try the Secret Weapon approach (http://www.thesecretweapon.org/), but I can't figure out how to display tags in the list view. I'm using Evernote for Mac (in German, if that matters) When I "right-click" on the top of the list, I can chose title, notebook, author etc - but not tags. Anyone know how to do this? Please?
  16. After I renamed a parent tag, all its children tags are gone. I tried to rename it back to original name, still no children tags under the parent tag. I found all the children tag still exist just won't show on tag tree. I search with one of the children tag, the notes are still there. Is that possbile to make all the disappeared tags back on tag tree? There should be a warnning before rename a parent tag.
  17. It used to be you could easily see the tags a note had in snippet, list, or thumbnail view. You could even edit them after just one click onto the desired note. Snippet view was the best because you could see a shortened list of tags on every note without clicking anywhere. But since you only have one view option in fullscreen you can't do that anymore. I think Evernote should add all three views back into fullscreen, but give each of them an update for the interface, just like the one they have now. But most importantly I think they should show a list of the tags of every note on the thumbnail. Maybe in-between the title and content, like they are in snippet view. It would save me and hopefully many others a lot of time by not having to double click to check tags.
  18. I get a variety of email that I funnel to Evernote for future reference. Generally this involves, 1) forwarding something from my email inbox to evernote 2) when the note posts on Evernote, I tag it accordingly. I would like to be able to use 'pre-processor' commands so that the note when emailed to evernote (step 1), would eliminate the second step. Something like #tag:tag1 #tag:tag2 #notebook:DailyNotes sent in the 'forwarding text'. The '#' can work as a pre-processor command for evernote. . this would save me a great deal of time since I would not have to in go to Evernote to complete the posting. It would also save a lot of processing time on the Evernote servers, since I then don't have to go to evernote, open the note, tag it, move it to an appropriate notebook & then sync it.
  19. I get a variety of email that I funnel to Evernote for future reference. Generally this involves, 1) forwarding something from my email inbox to evernote 2) when the note posts on Evernote, I tag it accordingly. I would like to be able to use 'pre-processor' commands so that the note when emailed to evernote (step 1), would eliminate the second step. Something like #tag:tag1 #tag:tag2 #notebook:DailyNotes The '#' can work as a pre-processor command for evernote. . this would save me a great deal of time since I would not have to in essence go to Evernote. It should also save a lot of processing time on the Evernote servers, since I then don't have to go to evernote, open the note, tag it, move it to an appropriate notebook & then sync it.
  20. I would like to be able to set up a saved search using multiple Tags. If I have a Tag called Denver and a Tag called Houston, how could I create a saved search that would pull up all notes that are tagged either Houston or Denver?
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