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According to some on this forum, the lack of the rather obvious and simple manual-sort feature was a 'design' decision. I doubt it's really that —it probably costs more to add, enact, and maintain a manual-sort algorithm— but if it's related to money/resources, you should consider adding manual-sort to the Premium Services. I'd pay for that in a heartbeat. Anyway, even iTunes —configured for anybody from the most uninitiated to advanced-customizers— has this manual sort option within their playlists. Just as iTunes would lose many users to another app that supplied the clear, obvious, and ultimately easily-satisfiable demand to arrange things as the user wants on the basic level, Evernote surely has and will (me included) lose users and good-reviews to other companies that include this basic option. That's one of the main reasons I will not be renewing my Evernote Premium service this time around. It's disappointing: as seen in the Beta online version, Evernote has gone in the direction of assuming that lessening options in and of itself offers peace of mind of a sort. While minimalism does avoid overwhelm, you should acknowledge the deeper psychological truth: make options bigger WHERE REQUESTED — meaning that you make the environment minimalist, with small buttons that open up options if the user wants. This is the basic design attitude for all mac-inspired folks and I would've expected this from Evernote since they seem to be in that aesthetic camp. This app no longer is useful for anyone who plans to use it for anything related to any sort of fluid and day to day prioritization, project, communication, or even just preferences that all can evolve quickly (the response that you have so-called 'workarounds' to codify every single note is absurd because each time things change as they do in real life we must re-code every time according to the newly-evolved priority levels) Sincerely — Hopefully, V
Hi, I'm using Evernote and NYT Cooking to save my recipes, but I've found that only half of my Evernote recipes are being synced to NYT Cooking. So apparently this is because: 1) NYT Cooking imports all of my notes that Evernote has automatically identified as a recipe (according to NYT Cooking FAQ). 2) But Evernote isn't correctly identifying all my recipes. I searched my notebooks using classifications_recipe:* (see this Evernote Help article) for notes that Evernote has automatically classified as recipes, and found that it hadn't correctly identified / classified half my recipes. Similarly, it included a lot of articles about food that weren't recipes. The NYT Cooking FAQ also redirects me to contact Evernote support for the mis-classifications. I've also tried adding a "Recipe" tag to each recipe, and changing the notebook name to "Recipes", but that hasn't changed their classification, so the recipes still aren't making it to NYT Cooking. So my question: Is there a way for me to manually re-classify my notes? Thanks in advance.
Evernote team. Thank you for making the greatest note-taking app EVER! With that said, I would like to propose a change to your sync options. At this point there is no manual sync option (except to sync over wi-fi only). This disallows many of your customers who work in sensitive countries and/or jobs that disallow information leaks to use your app. I would like an option to sync only when connected to my mac via itunes or even bluetooth. Could you please update your setting to make this possible? Until then, sadly, I cannot use your app. I love your app so, in the mean time, I am very sad and most of my ideas go unrecorded and the world stops getting better. Help me make the world a better place. Thanks Evernote!
Dear Evernote enthusiasts, I am a student in Neuroscience and Psychology and have been using Evernote since 2009. I love Evernote and its potential once you've developed a workflow and personal system. Sadly, many haven't achieved this... My New Year's Resolution (for January) is vague but exciting - write a 80 to 100 page ebook for college students on how to use Evernote for their studies and research. The final result should be available on February 1st, leaving me 27 days to write and publish it. I have figured that students are not using Evernote to its full potential and what they need is a clear and simple guide. I wish I had such a guide when I started at my University. That's why I am creating this. Helping students get more out of their tools and focus on things that matter. The ebook should consist of three parts. Part 1: short introduction and basics of Evernote Part 2: specific advice for college use Part 3: use cases/examples from the community Part 3 (and 2) is where you come into play! I'd love to hear from you how you regularly use Evernote in college. If you are a teacher/professor, tell me about the advice you give to students how to use this nifty little piece of software. Also, if you wish that I cover a specific topic (e.g. citation) I can try to implement your thoughts and ideas (don't worry, I am going to talk about citation). Problems you are facing or things you are struggling with can equally be mentioned here. From having too many notebooks and tags to not knowing how to integrate citation with Evernote properly for example. Let's open the discussion and forum brainstorming! I am very curious. And thanks for your contribution. Only with your help the ebook will be successful. Btw, you can send me a PM anytime too. Flavio