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There wasn't a forum for Evernote for Gmail - so I've posted my idea here. Not a massive change, but I think it would be nice. when you have the Evernote panel open on the right-hand side of an email, you can change the default folder. If you close the panel (because you want to read your emails in full screen), then you decide to save another email, you open the panel, then you may want to change the default folder again. Each time you click on the change folder, it looks like the plug-in logs into your account to get the list. Why not save the list in cache, or a cookie and provide a refresh icon if you want to re-read the list from your account? Just saves those precious seconds and would be it far more responsive. I also posted a bug about how Spam emails are treated, even if they have been moved into your Gmail inbox - hope that gets resolved soon. cheers, Pete
Hello Evernote: Being able to include sort order in saved searches has been a frequent guest for many years. It would be a very powerful, yet simple to use feature, that would really enhance the usefulness of Evernote. Thank you. Grant
Usually you hear horror stories of people losing data because they didn't backup, but in my case, my horror story is due to a slip of the mouse, and I accidentally selected "Restore Deleted Notes" when right-clicking on the Evernote "Trash", instead of "Empty Trash". Now I am staring in horror, watching Evernote restore hundreds of deleted and redundant notes to my account, because the "Restore Deleted Notes" option does not warn you that it's about to restore the deleted notes and give you an option to abort the operation. I dont suppose there is any way to "undo" a "Restore Deleted Notes" operation, is there? If not, I would like to submit a formal Feature Request to the Evernote Mac development team to implement a modal warning dialog box to this feature, so as to avoid mistakes like this. Either that, or implement a user-definable "Empty Trash after xx days/hours/weeks" option, so the magnitude of making such an error won't be as bad as accidentally restoring notes from an infinitely non-expiring Trash folder.