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As a backup to the frequent issues raised here to do with note conflicts and duplicates I'd like to suggest that Evernote add a utility to the Help menu to check an account for duplicated notes and highlight any differences in content. This won't help identify or remove conflicting change notes that have two or more different versions of text in the same note (unless someone can come up with a check that would find them), but it would help find all duplicates by created date and title or (maybe) the first line(s) of the content, and could highlight any differences between similar versions of one note. Since the common editor is now (?) in place across all platforms, this 'should' be at least possible, and maybe even helpful in controlling the size of synced databases, and improving sync speeds.
I really need some help (and am super nervous about using this platform, but I have searched the forums and have no where else to turn. Ill try to anticipate questions about my question I generated about a hundred notes, each in various notebooks, over a year ago using my macbook for a research project. These notes synced with my iPhone and I can still see them there. I can see the notebooks I made on my macbook, but no notes inside. In other words, I can SEE these notebooks on my macbook, they simply say that they have ZERO notes in them. And, I can see these notebooks and notes on my iPhone). Last piece of important info for you amazing and generous sleuths: I have neither a new iPhone nor a new macbook since I put the new notes in my computer. I DO remember getting the notice about conflicting changes and I thought that I input the correct answer for each, and I let it do its thing. I was thinking about taking the deal for 50% off EN Premium, but not sure its gonna be worth it! I need this help to finish my dissertation in a terrible way. thank you so much!!
I have been working on a long and complex List of TO DOs on both my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and my MacBook Pro. I also had a slightly different name for a previous version of this note. I didn't realize I had to sync each device after making changes. Today my list shows up on the MacBook as "Conflicting Changes" and it lists the title of the original note, which I may have deleted, but has saved the note -- but only on the MacBook. It is NOWHERE to be found on my Galaxy Note 4. I have tried syncing. I have read everything your staff has written about the subject that I could find, and have two comments: (1) Although I'm highly educated and intelligent, I found your explanation indecipherable, and (2) I did not find an explanation anywhere as to how to recover the Note on my Galaxy Note 4. Please help, as the whole reason I got Evernote was to be able to work on it from both sites, as well as remotely when I'm away from my computer . . . Thank you! Carolyn Long (BizTalk)