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Evernote version: 7.2.1 macOS version: 10.13.5 After version upgrade to 7.2.1 today, when I use Duplicate Note, the Created Date on the new note is the same as the created date on the note from which it was duplicated. This is new behavior in this version, and undesirable. The new note was not created on a prior date, it was created on the day that Duplicate Note was used.
As I have been searching through the forum and in internet, this feature has been requested many, many times and it's 2018 and still can't edit dates in my iPad. As I'm importing diary entries from Day One app, I would need to establish a specific created date and I simply can't. Any news on this? is it in the roadmap or something? It wouldn't be too difficult to implement, so why is still not a thing?
Hello, My issue is more of a bug report. I love the new feature in Evernote for iOS that lets me duplicate a note. I use my iPad at the gym. I create template notes for my different workouts and duplicate them and add the date to track my workout of the day. I used to have to duplicate the note using Evernote on my Mac and right clicking and "Copy to 'Workouts' Again" to duplicate my template into my Workouts notebook. Now I can do it on the iOS app using the duplicate feature. Now to my problem. When I use the "Copy..Again" feature on Mac app, it creates a new note with the Creation date as the current day. Perfect so I can sort by creation date for my workouts dates. However, when I use the Duplicate feature in iOS it makes a new note, but it keeps the original Created date of the original note. If I keep duplicating my template then I end up with a bunch of workouts "Created" on the same day. Sure the Updated date changes, but I really need the Created date to be the date I create the note (day of my workout). This seems to be more of a bug than a personal problem/feature request, because I would think these two features would be consistent in how they treated the Created Date. On the Mac app, it doesn't matter much either way since it is fairly simple to modify that date, but in iOS I am limited in what I can modify. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.