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  1. Hey everyone! I'm new to Evernote and beginning to really like it. I've encountered my first problem though but I have to preface with my use of EN. I'm a graduate student in a biomedical lab and I've always had a very difficult time keeping a clean lab notebook (handwriting is awful, time consuming, etc.). I'm looking to us EN as a lab notebook as I can document pictures of my experiments and make quick additions to a given note. I'm wanting to treat a single note in a given notebook as a days work in the lab. I label the note as the date. For the past week this has been very helpful. But I've encountered an issue. I also use my phone to update a note by giving a picture or typing information while I'm away from my desktop. I looked this morning and my note (as seen from my phone) has multiple copies of my note each followed by "conflicting modifications" and the new information I uploaded. I want to treat the note like a price of lab paper, constantly adding information as I go and then at the end of day have one uniform document. How can I fix this? With thanks, -Austin
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