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Hi there. Love Evernote, especially how easy and fast it is to search for notes based on tags. I'm missing some kind of tag management though. I have over 1,000 notes and a lot of tags, often entered in a hurry. I end up with multiple tags that are kind of similar. I want an easy way to reduce the number and variation of my tags. For example, I go to the Tags view, select "Email campaign", "email list", "Email lists", "Email marketing", and I want to replace all tags with one called, let's say, "Emails". Ideally I would right-click and select Merge Tags, but no such option exists. I have to do it manually, which annoys me, so I don't do it, which reduces my satisfaction in working with the tool. Thanks for considering this (or another better) idea for managing tags.
Hi, When I am editing notes, I dont see increase/decrease indent and the bullets button in the tool bar. Is there a way to add them in the toolbar. I have attached the screen shot of what I see. I am using version 3.3.0 in mac as an app, since I have heard/realized that the web version is limiting. Any pointers ? Thanks!
I find myself recording a lot of audio notes and they are consuming a substantial amount of memory on my iPad & iPhone. I would love to sync & retain the audio notes on my computers that have ample hard drive space, but not my portable devices. However, in the current version of the Evernote client, I don't readily see a easy way to manage audio notes - so I wanted to suggest adding a method to Evernote to enable this feature. I envision this as: Desktop client confirms the audio note sync completed and the respective file is available for management User can then mark the audio file in the note for "archiving" on their mobile devices (where the type or other objects in note remain available) During the next synchronization, the portable device would update the note to have just a link to associated audio file User could then click on the link on their portable device to retrieve the synchronized note or use the desktop client to bring the audio file back to the portable device So, that begs the question: would it be possible to add a feature to the Evernote desktop software that allows one to not sync selected audio notes to a portable device?