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  1. I'm very curious what sorting rule determines the order of the tag color labels in the note list. It's not the same as the order of the tag list of the note, which I would expect. It's also not based solely on color (e.g first red, then yellow, etc.). I use prefixes for certain types of tags (e.g. !tag1, !tag2, @tag100, @tag101) and I find it confusing that sometimes the color label associated with a @-tag comes first, and sometimes the label of a !-tag. Even notes with exactly the same tags, the color labels are sometimes sorted different. In this example, the tag !active always comes first in the tag list, but not in the color labels: So it seems sorting is not consistent, but maybe I am missing something here. Anyone has an idea?
  2. Counters using numbers can be added for all menus in Main Menu, also counters in title bars. The Reminders in blue text above all notes is still handy, but upon entering the app, there are times where I just want to see my reminders as its own menu settings with other options for reminders as its own entity. Please see screetshots for examples:
  3. Premium user on a Mac here, have been using EN for years now. When I am searching for something in my notes, I usually get many choices, most of which do not seem to find what I want. I use tags, so why am I getting so many results that do not even fit my search? It's really inefficient and makes it difficult to find what I want.
  4. IS THERE A SETTING TO NOT SEARCH THE TRASH ON THE PHONE? (I've looked, not seeing it.) I've discovered FacileThings facilethings.com and combined with Evernote it seems to be a easier way to acclimate to GTD. In the process I've deleted and almost tagged my 4000+ notes. They sync fine with web.evernote but not the phone. On the phone I have items I trashed on the app that are still show up on the phone with a -tag:* search. I know because when I search notes with -tag:* I get 193 results on app and web, but 594 on the phone. I've cleared the phone Evernote cache (account>settings>clear cache). What else should I try?
  5. Hello. Currently we can add tag links to the shortcut bar in the Windows version, and the tags bar. I would like the ability to have clickable Tag links inside notes also (like with the shortcuts bar), so that clicking on that link in a note calls all notes with that tag. It would be an additional method of organization, since the top and side bars have limited space. Thanks for listening.
  6. So I did a quick search and saw that this feature was discussed back in 2011 and it has not seemed to change. A colleague and I have a shared folder. He cannot add new tags to his own notes in the shared folder. This is a huge oversight! The option to allow this permission is a must. As a creator of the note, I need my collaborators to have full-functioning access. The tag system is why the lot of us are here. Search functionality is a must. If a user who is using a shared folder cannot create their own tags, they are excluded from exploring the full potential of a shared platform. I hope this can get support and ultimately implemented. The official response I saw back in 2011 was that this was not a feature to prevent a collaborator from "polluting" the folder with new tags... Allow us to determine whether that is a concern. By granting access to the folder we are obviously assured that they will contribute quality content. Mind blowing oversight, haha. Anyways... what does the community think? Let's get them talking about this.
  7. Hi All Quick one - for some reason can't find the shortcut to quickly toggle to the add tag box. I.e. to quickly add a tag when you're typing in a note without having to use the mouse to move the cursor up to the tags box. What is it? (see attached screenshot for example...!) Can't seem to find it here https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313358-Keyboard-shortcuts-in-Evernote-for-Mac... Best Charlie
  8. For example, let's say I have "Tag A". "Tag A" has the child tag "Tag B". "Tag B", in turn, has the child tag "Tag C". It seems logical to me that tagging any note with "Tag B" should automatically apply "Tag A", as well. Similarly, tagging any note with "Tag C" should automatically apply both "Tag A" and "Tag B", as well. However, unless I'm mistaken, this doesn't seem to be the way Evernote works. I'm finding that, say, tagging a note with "Tag C" only tags it with "Tag C". This leaves me wondering what the point of tag hierarchies within Evernote is, besides superficial organization?
  9. Each time I open the stand-alone Evernote application, the first thing I do is to right-click on the tag view and select "Show all tags". This is annoying. I suggest to add a preference option that allows users to set this behaviour, e.g. ( ) Always expand tags
  10. Hi all, sorry to ask what seems so basic but I have poorly assigned tags but when I right click the tag I get the menu below and no option to delete as I think I should. Already pretty frustrated and only just started! Any help appreciated. Thanks!
  11. Two related requests, in agile user story format: #1: As an Evernote user I want to be able to setup auto-tagging rules (e.g., when text contains <the domain of my kid's school>, apply tag with my kid's name) So that my notes have a richer set of tags that let me search more effectively across the thousands of notes I have in Evernote #2: As an Evernote user I want to allow Evernote to read my Gmail filter rules So that Evernote can use those rules, when appropriate, to apply a richer set of tags that let me search more effectively across the thousands of notes I have in Evernote -- Auto-tagging helps tremendously when searching across thousands of Gmail conversations. It only seems natural that Evernote would apply this same thinking to make searching across thousands of notes more efficient. Yes, I know that Evernote now suggests tags, and for the most part, this is helpful. But even though this has been rolled out for a while (months? years?) Evernote still hasn't figured out even my most basic tagging habits. (E.g., any note whose text contains my boss' first name, gets a tag of his full name.) So I'm left to manual, tedious tagging. I'd love to create explicit rules so I no longer have to put in this manual effort to stay organized.
  12. Hi, I ran into an issue today while preparing for a business trip. I will be without a PC for a few weeks and using my iPad. (Internet access will also be limited.) I have trip-needed documents in several folders on my work PC with (mostly) PDFs and .xlsx files, as well as a few other random formats (.pptx, .docx, .msg). My goal is to have all these documents easily accessible on iPad for my trip. I figured the best way is through the Import Folders function in Evernote Windows. I did this and got all the files into Evernote. These are all downloaded to my iPad as I utilize the "Download all notes" feature. So far, so good. Here is the catch: Not all the files are intelligently named, since my coworkers and I rely on the folder system within Windows/Dropbox as well as Windows search (which looks inside .xslx, .docx, and .msg, and probably soon .pdf) to help us find what we need while on PC. So we just name many files with names like "Report.xlsx", "Model.xlsx", etc. When I do a bulk Folder Import into Evernote, the files are imported without any tags. So it is pretty difficult for me to find, say, my notes on Japan Company #1 since, while this file is titled "Notes.doc", so are 15 other files from my Folder Import. It seems that, with the latest Windows Beta (6.4), you guys are somewhat addressing this on PC Evernote client side through built-in document search of documents like .xlsx. However, I still think this would be a good feature: either a default or an option to simply tag all files by the immediate folder they were in. So my "Notes.doc" file that was imported from "Japan Company #1" folder on my PC would be tagged with a "Japan Company #1" tag in all of Evernote: in the desktop, iPad, Android, etc. clients. This would make my workflow much quicker + easier when trying to find documents on my trip on my iPad while preparing for meetings. Thanks.
  13. Hello, It would be nice to have the possiblility to add tags to notebooks so that, when creating a note inside a notebook, it could be automaticaly inherited from the notebook were it was created. - Cheers, Hugo
  14. As a user, who uses Evernote to make my home office paperless to handle incoming bills and alike I want Evernote to place tags on my notes as they scanned and OCR'd based on a learning based algorithm or a list of predefined keywords so that I do not need to add to frequently used tags such "cellphone bill", "utilities", etc. Best, Dave
  15. I realize this will sound like duplication of the notebook name. However, I would find it useful if if I could define one or more tags that would automatically be applied when something is put into a notebook. There are various potential benefits of this. One is a system I use (suggested in this stream:https://discussion.evernote.com/discover/59/) is to create a tag for each notebook (such as, if the notebook is named "A", create a tag "a-A". These tags then allow filtering out or in a notebook in a search (something not possible in Evernote search). There could be other benefits in terms of increasing the quality of your tagging which ultimately means better searching and filtering.
  16. I'd like to be able to use commas in tags. This is useful for creating a tag with someone's name. I'd like to be able to do "Last, First". But the prohibition on the use of the comma prevents this.
  17. Hi, This would be a great feature: When you right click on a tag, you would see the option to see the notes with that tag. Now it's just remove, delete and rename (windows)
  18. I noticed a long discussion about the fact that only the notebook owner can create tags for shared notebooks. The issue I'm describing here has nothing to see with this. I have noticed that if I share a notebook, which contains certain tags, with another user, everything gets nicely synchronised. But, if I as owner add new tags to the notebook, after having it shared, those new tags do not synchronise to the shared users. The only way for the shared users to get the new tags, is to delete the shared notebook and to re-add it from the work chat, only then all tags get again synchronised, till the owner decides to add a couple of more new tags. I'm sure that you understand, when making a notebook and sharing it, that you as owner cannot foresee all the tags I will need in the future.
  19. When viewing a shared notebook, the tags that were created by the original user are all listed in the Tags root, which really creates havoc in the Tags section from an organization standpoint, especially with multiple users. A simple fix for this would be to create another section (or subsection) called Shared Tags that would be broken down by each user who shared them. Shared Tags and each user should be collapsible. So right now, under Tags, I have numerous tags in the Tags root from each user with his/her name in parenthesis after each individual tag. It would make more sense to have: Shared Tags->John Smith->JS Tag 1 ->JS Tag 2 ->JS Tag 3 ->Mary Snow->MS Tag 1 ->MS Tag 2 ->MS Tag 3 ->MS Tag 4 ->Bob Roberts->BR Tag 1 ->BR Tag 2 This way, I could collapse and expand "Shared Tags" and then collapse and expand "John Smith" to hide or show John's tags. Same with Mary, Bob, etc. The current method really hampers how my company uses Evernote. I know I am not the only one who would like to see improvement regarding Shared Tags. My suggestion seems like a simple fix to me. Thanks.
  20. I tend to sort all of my information using lots of tags and a minimal amount of notebooks. Because of this I often find myself navigating away from my notes (or creating a separate note window) and then changing my main window to the tags page. I would love if I could open the tags page in separate window to reference.
  21. Note links were an excellent addition to evernote, so I can now cross reference my notes. However, I would like to be able to link to a saved search or tag in a note. I tend to have a master note for a project that links to all the bits of information related to that project. This can be cumbersome and time consuming to keep up to date using note links. The tag system is great here, because I always tag my notes with the name of the project, its a natural thing to do when creating a note. It would be cool if I could link to that tag, so that when reading / reviewing a note, I see in my see also section of my note a link that will run a saved search or tag search, so I can see all other related notes, without having to maintain the links between my notes manually. See Also Evernote Notes (tag:Evernote) or Evernote Project (search:Evernote)
  22. Hello, I'm using EN 5.5.1 (402628) Apple Store on my mac. When i type in the search box this : tag:karine tag:voiture, this should return me all notes which contain those tags but this will return me nothing. I tried too this syntax : any: tag:karine tag:voiture Any help on how to search notes with multiple tags would be appreciate.
  23. Hi, I'm sorry for my English, I translated from French to English via Google Translate... So my request is to have the opportunity to highlight a note so that we can better get used to it when working on a big project by immediately recognizing the notes that require our attention and those that seem to be not important in the 'immediate. Here is the illustration of my idea : Please, take into account, Thanks to all the Evernote team for creating such an application, I use it daily and I am very satisfied! ToniCSR
  24. I am switching from PC to Mac and am having trouble with searing in Evernote on Mac. Specifically, I heavily use the ability to search for note text within multiple tags. On Evernote for PC, this is simple -- I just use the search field above the notes list:) For some reason I am not finding this option in Evernote for Mac: Is there a setting I need to turn on? Or is this functionality accomplished in a different way on Evernote for Mac? I realize that this could possibly be done using an advanced search string, but the problem with this is that it doesn’t autocomplete the tags as you add them. Any thoughts?
  25. As of now, Evernote on the Mac will only show me my tags that begin with the word "cat" when I type that in. It won’t show me the tags I've already created for "black cat" or "siamese cat", for example. (When adding tags to a note, not when searching.) I am sure people will suggest that I make all tags follow this type of format: cat black, cat siamese, etc. I have run into problems with longer words and phrases, especially when tagging a note on my phone. Longer tags don't appear in their entirety, so sometimes you can't tell what specific tag you are adding, only that it's one of your "cat" tags, so to speak. I think there must be some name for this kind of suggested-search behavior in computerese, but I have no idea what that is.
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