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I'm rather new at this and am struggling with attaching photo taken in Evernote or in my iPhone cameral roll? For example I made a note of a recipe I'm developing. I took some photos in Evernote and want to attach them to note. Everthing I read says "click on the paperclip icon," however, I don't seem to have that. My icons include only the alarm clock, camera and microphone? I have an updated version of Evernote on an iPhone 5. Any help?
I have an Evernote Plus subscription. It's installed on my iPhone 5 iOS 8.4, my PC desktop, and my PC laptop. As much as I like using Evernote, it gives me a big problem: about once/month I tap the icon, the Evernote splash screen shows up- then it disappears, back to the iPhone home screen. Double tap the iPhone button, there it is, open- but, again, when I tap the "open" application, it appears for a second, then gone again, totally useless. The only way I have found to get it working again is to uninstall/install it, which just doesn't work when I'm counting on it for instant info in a meeting or in a store. I'm beginning to regret the money I paid for Plus- apparently it doesn't buy me direct support from Evernote staff either, I have to rely on the kindness of community members. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
iPhone 5, 64 GB. Available space 12 GB. iOS 8.1.2 I start the Evernote app and taps a note. The note opens, but it is empty. Nothing more happens. I cannot return to all my notes by taping the < sign. Finally, I receive an error message: Error The request timed out. [OK] When I tap the OK, nothing happens. The app is dead. I press the Home-key on my iPhone and return to Home-screen. When I tap the Evernote icon to start the once more, the app starts and I am back on the frozen screen I just left. From Home-screen on my iPhone, I have to close the app by double-clicking the Home-key and swipe the Evernote app upwards. Then I can give the app a fresh start. However, when I open a note, the note is still blank. Finally, I receive the same error message ("The request timed out.") Now I can tap OK and return to all my notes. When I try to start another note, the same thing happens. The note is empty and then I see the same error-message ("The request timed out.") Twice, I have deleted the entire app from my iPhone and reinstalled it. I have some information stored in Evernote that is important to me when I need it. My biggest concern now is that I no longer can trust the app. I really like the app so please help me restore my confidence in the Evernote app. Thanks! Carsten/Norway