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I just selected and clipped some text in my browser. A note was generated in my Evernote for Windows desktop, but something odd happened: the body of the note has zero text, but I can see what I clipped in the thumbnail in List View (snippet or card). I tried the obvious: checked to see if somehow the text was the same color as the background, closed and opened Evernote, synched to my phone app (same issue there), but the problem persists. How would Evernote be sourcing the text information such that it would show in the thumbnail preview but not in the note, even across platforms? And how can I recover the note text in a usable form? I've attached a screen shot for clarity. Thanks...
In the latest update for IPAD/IPOD, the CARD VIEW is gone, in favour for the LIST VIEW. This is very strange to me, from a workflow perspective, as you can have an overview of twice the amount of notes on a screen with card view than with list view. In list view you also use half the screen to access the note, so as enabling you to edit it whilst still seeing the list of notes. Now, this workflow may work for many, but I'd reckon there is a significant amount of people that like to edit their notes full screen ( using screen space for what is relevant at the moment ) , and so would go full screen anyway when editing notes. Is there an official statement to why CARD VIEW is gone ? I just can not seem to find a logical reason to defend it being gone from a workflow point of view..