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We realize that the current method of displaying all notebooks together has been causing some confusion amongst some of our users. Our development team wanted to let you know that we've been listening, and to offer you a temporary solution while we evaluate all the feedback we've been getting. If you're comfortable with editing your Windows Registry, they have created a Registry Key that only affects the display of your Business notebooks. It does not do anything else to your account, nor will it change the display on any other devices you may have. This key will only affect Evernote, and nothing else on your computer. Make sure Evernote is completely closed (File->Quit) before you make this change, and that you backup your registry before making any changes. Here is an article from Microsoft explaining how to access the system Registry: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/136393 The entry you are looking for is: HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Evernote/Evernote/NavPaneBusinessNotebookStack By default, this entry has an empty Value. Whatever the value of this entry, all business notebooks that don't have a stack currently assigned will be shown under this stack name. For example, if you enter “- Business” or “ACME Corp." there, you will create a stack with that name. Note that this does not actually set the stack on those business notebooks’ objects, the grouping is only visual. No actual stack will sync to your other devices. After this has been done, you can then add business notebooks to stacks within this "virtual" stack.
I'm apologizing for the question that has probably been asked many times by far, but I couldn't find the answer yet. So... How do I create a note which goes to the proper NB using smart categorization? F.e.: I want this WP http://www.cars.com/guides/sedan/ to go into 'Cars' NB, but it appears in General NB... Thanks in advance. Best regards, Bontsr