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Feature suggestion to "Close" a notebook (don't show it notebook chooser when adding new notes). Please let me know if there's already a good way to accomplish. I use Evernote to help track projects. The nature of projects is that they will eventually be done. The notes are still useful even after the project is done, however, so I do not want to delete the notebook. However, as more of these notebooks pile up, it becomes difficult to select the right notebook for new projects when adding notes. Also, the Smart Filing option in the web extension becomes less useful as it tends to select the old notebooks. A suggestion I have to support this kind of usage is the ability to Close a notebook. In my opinion, closed notebooks would behave the same as other notebooks, except that they would not show in the notebook picker when adding or moving notes. They would still show in the list of notebooks (with their status clearly indicated) and would still be used for search results. I have thought of perhaps tagging the notes with the name of the project, and then moving all notes into a special purpose "archive" notebook, but: Evernote struggles with moving thousands of notes at a time (and I have a fast computer)The "archive" notebook becomes huge and it becomes ever slightly more difficult to find things in it Thanks for reading and considering.
I have deactivated a business user that has left my company. I made the assumption that the user will not have access to the business notes but that the notes remained with the business. I did not, however, see the instructions that I needed to backup the users notes before deactivating. The notes are lost! Is there a way to recover them?
Hello guys, I have two accounts, lets say Acct1 and Acct2. Of course they have different email right? So I deactivated the Acct2 and tried to change the email in Acct1 to the email at Acct2. I used word tried because it did not work. It still says that is already being used. But when I log in with Acct2 the page would say that it is deactivated. Thoughts?
An employee set up a business account using the (my) business account credit card. That employee has moved on and their email address is no longer active. There is no way for me to log in to the account and deactivate it! I have requested that support cancel the account on a previous occasion, without resolution. Please offer me some direction on how to cancel the account!