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Hello Experts, I recently upgraded Evernote to version 22.214.171.12427 (307027) on my Windows 10 PC. With this upgrade, I am seeing 1 Evernote.exe process, consuming ~33Mb of RAM and 5 EvernoteSubprocess.exe processes, each consuming between 25-40Mb of RAM. I don't recall seeing this behavior with the last version of Evernote. Has anyone else seen this behavior? Or is this expected with this version of Evernote. Thank you. TMc
I have used Evernote for a few years as portfolios and for giving feedback. I have two 'Plus' accounts as I have set up a notebook for each of my 300+ students.These are shared with them individually via email address. This works fine for them to send work to me, and me to give individual feedback. It doesn't however work as well if i want to get the same information in form of a note to a whole class or year group, as I have to 'copy to notebook' for each individual student - up to 90 of them. I collect my notebooks into stacks for each class and would love to be able to copy to all notebooks in a stack, but I can't see that this is an option. How do the rest of you solve this issue which must be a very common need for teachers?
With a multiple monitor setup using 'Capture Previous Snapshot Area' on a secondary or tertiary monitor results in a snapshot (with the same dimensions as previous snapshot) of the primary monitor. Is this a feature or a bug? I've remedied this by moving the menubar in mac system settings to my prefered monitor for screengrabs, but it seems like a workaround that might not work for all users.
Hello! I have the web beta evernote now, and I'd like to know how we can open multiple notes in separate windows. It's very useful for me at work. We could do it in the version before, so I'm curious to know if this is still available and also where it is, I haven't found it. Sorry if this question has already been asked; but didn't found anything on the web for this. I use mac AND pc. Thank you in advance PS - sorry for my english !