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  1. Hi all, Is it possible to upon the act of creation, to create the Notebook within a stack? The behavior I am trying to simulate is to create a file within a folder as you can with any OS, rather than having to create the file, and THEN file it subsequently...an extra step and clunky. I have a lot of notebooks, so when i create a notebook, it's time consuming to have to scroll down and find it, right click, and then select "Add to Stack..." I don´t see a way to just go ahead and specify that the notebook should be created within a particular stack upon creation. Am I missing something? Thanks, Erica
  2. I am working with Evernote on a Windows computer via the website. Trying to add a new note to an already existing stack. I can no longer find the option to "create a new note in this stack" on the website so when i make a new notebook it creates outside of the stack i want to put it in. i can't drag it to move it into the stack and the notebook or stack options do not give me the choice to move it to a stack either. any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
  3. I'm creating a new note In Windows and want to create a new notebook to put it in, but how do I do it? What I do now is to leave the new note open, go back to the Evernote "main page" and then go back to the new note and save it in the newly created notebook. Annoying. In the iPad app there is a search window with which you can search for a notebook or choose to create a new notebook on the fly. It's perfect, but nowhere to be found in The Windows app.
  4. Hi there, Could you please help me with a problem that I've had over the last few weeks. The newly created notebooks does not sync (Evernote Windows). When I create a new notebook in Evernote (whether under the main root or a notebook stack), instead of a notebook green icon, a stop-sign shape icon appears next to it. And I can’t access the newly created notebooks or notes within the new notebook anywhere else on other devices. However when I create a new note in an old/existing notebook, I can access and see the new notes on other devices. My usage is also way below the monthly free usage. Thanks
  5. Greetings, Now that I have a great multitude of notes, I realize that I need to transfer many of my notes (1000+) into new notebooks. Is there a way to do this efficiently and not simply single note by single note? Is there a way to transfer every note with one tag option into a new notebook en mass? Other thoughts or options? Thank you to all. Tom
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