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  1. When you enable the tabbed view inside Evernote, it would be more useful for the tabs to display the name of the specific 'note' you're working on, rather than the name of the Notebook. This is especially useful where you're working on multiple notes within the same notebook (that you've split across various tabs). As in the example below, you can see that both tabs display "All Notes" and "Diary" however its the same case if I was working on two different notes in say the same notebook "Diary" This can get a bit confusing, because if they both display the same name, you have to then click on each of the tabs to find out which one it was that you were working on. My recommendation is to essentially display the name of the Note, or you can show the path of the note i.e. Diary > 12102017 just to make this feature that bit more useful (just like how we currently have it when you open a note in a new window). The tabbed view becomes less useful if you have a number of notebooks and notes inside them that you might be working on at the same time and therefore harder to manage. I've also attached a screenshot of what the "open in a new window" looks like.
  2. Hi, The list notebook view is extremely bad. I can just go use Asana or MS Notes if I wanted this view. The best part about notebooks is to visually see notebooks and have them stacked. This is a major step back. Please allow to revert back. Thanks
  3. Well, I suppose the title says it all but I would really appreciate the ability to collapse or expand all the notebook stacks at once rather than clicking each stack individually. Thank you!
  4. Notebook Sorting

    Individual notebook sorting is a must! Currently, I spend too much time sorting over and over a notebook every time I switch back and forth to it--very inefficient.
  5. I think we should be able to have notes in our stacks not just notebooks. Thanks and keep up the good work!
  6. It would be nice to be able to collapse the stacks in search mode. I use search mode for quick notebook swaps because it takes up minimal screen space when taking notes. Currently other stacks take up plenty of space when they aren't being used in this mode. When I write notes in EN I enjoy having both the list of notes open as well as the smallest possible way to switch to a different notebook. I usually have a lecture opened to the left and EN on the right for a given screen. For this reason, I collapse the Left Panel, where you can collapse stacks and jump between notebooks.
  7. I am a paid user and have many Notebooks. I have notebooks that relate to my hobbies as well as my career. On laptops that I bring to work, I only want my business-related notebooks to replicate. After installing Evernote on a new computer, is there a way to tell it what notebooks I would want on that computer? Thanks!
  8. Hello everybody, is there any way to hyperlink to a notebook out of a note? Hope that anybody can contribute an idea. Thanks for your help.
  9. 2 years ago, a teacher shared a notebook with me and a dozen students. The teacher still works here; she is the owner. For some reason, I find I can neither delete or leave the notebook. I also can't delete myself as a member of the share. Is my only solution to ask the teacher to unshare the notebook with me? I seem to remember that I could leave other shared notebooks in the past... Any ideas? Mac Desktop App vs. 6.12 beta 2.
  10. Other I can't delete a notebook

    I have a problem with Sync. The problem is, that a document 'Lerne.docx' ist on the paper a document, but in reality evernote is missing this document. I am not able to move the file into the waste paper basket. Neither I cannot delete this file. So the question is, how to kill this wrong file. The logfile of EVERNOTE tells the following phrase: Note "lerne.docx", error: local: missing notebook (DATA-REQUIRED)" Thanks for answering hbauer@ccc.at
  11. Hello, I would like to suggest an option to create unique image names for HTML export [ notebook Export as multiple Web Pages (.html) ] If I export an entire notebook to import into an ebook (using Sigil for example) the images that are exported are not unique - which is not supported by epub (for example) eBook format. The eBooks have a single images directory, so there can be only one image named Image.png which leads to incorrect overwritten image names. The last exported image is referenced by all the other eBook "Chapters" = not good. In general it would be better to have some kind of symantic meaning instead of just Image.png, Image [1].png, Image [2].png etc. - either a unique hash or based on the note title? Not to mention spaces in the image file names I love Evernote, but this is a real show-stopper for eBook development and a real pain to rename the many images and edit the HTML files to match. Thank you for your consideration, John Steele
  12. Notes won't pull up

    When home, I mostly use #EverNote on my desktop, sometimes it will not pull up my notes. Right now my #MainNoteBook, which has 55 notes in it, has a funny symbol beside it...maybe a download symbol??? And no notes are accessible. On the positive side, I can create new notes. I just cannot search notes. What is going on?
  13. Currently, all emails I send to my Evernote "Email Notes to" address land in the "Inbox" notebook. I am suggesting to have a separate email address for each notebook, just like Todoist has a separate email for each project. I know, it is possible to route an email into a specific notebook by adding "@notebook_name" to the email subject but in practice, this is inconvenient, time consuming, and error prone. you have to remember to use "@" (instead of "#" as it is in other applications). You have to type the notebook name correctly. You have to click edit subject + navigate to the end of it + type out the notebook name manually ... For the Todoist projects to which I often email todos, I saved the corresponding email addresses into my address book, all prefixed with "Todoist - " - thus, when I start typing "Todo" in the recipient field, all of my email clients are giving me auto-complete suggestions for all Todoist project email addresses I saved. Very convenient, very fast to use, no danger of mistyping. I'd love to do the same with Evernote notebooks. A nice side effect of not modifying the email subject: all common email clients are automatically grouping emails with the same subject into a thread (even if prefixes like "FWD:" are added). Thus, leaving the subject as is when forwarding to Evernote will attach this forwared email to the same thread as the original one, making it easy and convenient to check which ones you saved to Evernote already. This feature request also reflects the desires of dozens of commenters on the following two feature requests. Yet, I decided to create a separate thread here because the other two are only mentioning this feature among others: Feature Request: Link multiple email addresses to Evernote account Multiple Email Adresses
  14. I would like to be able to set up automatically updating notebooks that contain all notes with certain tags, ideally specifiable with Boolean operators (e.g., "tag1 and tag2"; "tag1 or tag2"). The resulting smart notebook should then be markable for offline access.
  15. Wipebook Alternativ

    I recently found this wipebook notebook you can write on and then erase and then write again on. Anyone know if its good or not. Will it last for a long time and not smudge. Thanks
  16. [Writing on behalf of a client] When he shares a note with a non-Evernote-User, they get sent to a web page which displays the title, text, attachments very nicely on mobile. When sharing a notebook with a non-user (for a group trip), they get sent to the Evernote website in a browser on mobile. Not easy to read (tiny text) and a pain to go between individual notes. Is there a way to make this a more user-friendly format? Would be an easy win to possibly get new users if sharing a Notebook was formatted beautifully for non-users. They'd be impressed with their Evernote savvy friend and want to be able to do the same.
  17. Hello, Does anyone know what these two icons mean? Please see the attached JPG, there's an icon next to 'PERSONAL' and one next to 'TRAVEL'. Thanks! Adrian
  18. How can I order my notebook stacks in the windows desktop app? I've tried renaming the stacks, thinking that they're alphabetical, but the order didn't change. I've tried dragging, but nothing changes about the order. I searched help but found nothing, only about how to sort notes within a notebook. Can't even find anything about how to sort notebooks within a notebook stack.
  19. Notebook cover designs

    I'm the ECC in Denmark, known for its obsession with aesthetics and design, so it came as no surprise when users I work with asked 'why can't we have covers on notebooks?' I think it's a pretty good point. The note Evernote chooses to represent the notebook 'cover' is useful but can look messy, depending on what it is. Having a cover could be a great way to add personalisation. And if Evernote opened up the API to third parties you could get some great designers contributing. Imagine the Nordic Range of book covers. Or the Covers Inspired By Nature. You get the idea. Even if Evernote kept it all in-house, I think a range of covers would be neat. Is this something that's complex to do?
  20. It isn't a new idea, but it is a wishlist item. Please allow us to exclude a notebook from our search with a -notebook type search term. And if that is impossible, then provide a way to tag notes automatically with the notebook name. I need to exclude a notebook from a search. I most always do, multiple times/day. Since I can't do that, all the notes within those notebooks have a tag with the notebook name. I can't type -notebook recipes when searching for an article that appeared in The Onion, but I can sure type -tag:recipes to filter out 2,000 notes. It takes some housekeeping to ensure that all notes within a notebook also includes the notebook tag. Not all notebooks require it, but I have at least 4 that do; that is 4 notebooks that interfere too much with most searches such that I have to tag all the notes within them: recipes, woodworking, work and film. And yes, I need these notebooks because they are shared. I got rid of all my notebooks except for 4 shared ones and 2 that I use daily. I prefer to use tags. But I don't like having to do two things to so many notes (move them to the notebook and tag them with the notebook name).
  21. It would be nice to be able to create/add a new notebook in a stack right from the sidebar context menu, rather than having to navigate to the Notebooks screen. Switching contexts is painful. See the screenshot...along with "Expand Stack", why not have "Create Notebook"? Also, it would be nice to be able to drag around notebooks between stacks right from the sidebar. Why do we need to go to the Notebooks screen each time to do this? I think it's way more natural to be able to manage notebooks right from the sidebar where you can see the structure clearly.
  22. This has driven me crazy since I started using Evernote many years ago, but that was many years ago and I though "Hey, they're bound to fix this at some point right?" Generally adding a nested notebook is unnecessarily difficult by any means. My specific way that I'd like to add a nested notebook: I have the tree view open at all times on the left, and I'd figuratively give my little toe to be able to right click and add a notebook into the tree. In the midst of a busy meeting I currently end up just chucking notes anywhere, ANYWHERE, to avoid having to create notebooks on the fly because it takes so long to get them in the right place and requires a massive context change. Please help me to organise my notes by making it easy to do without a context switch.
  23. Is there a way to "pin" a note to the top of a notebook. My notes sort by most recent edit which I love. But I would like to have one note stay at the top, like TOC or summary. Any ideas?
  24. Hi. I've hit a breaking point where, considering the way I use Evernote, this feature would be extremely useful and I really want it implemented. We have the ability to add notes to a shortcuts/favorites bar, which I already use. However, I have a few notebooks in which I organize weekly/monthly logs, with one note that describes the data about those logs. For example my vitamins/supplements notebook. I have a note with information about the ones I use, why I use them, which supplements work in conjunction with others, etc. On top of that I have weekly notes for which supplements I use each day. The sort scheme I use in the notebook is by Date Updated with Most Recent on top. The reason I want the ability to pin notes to the top of a notebook is so that I could have my data note locked to one location, and not disappear to the bottom just because I haven't edited it. Would anyone else find this useful, or does anyone have an alternate method I could try? My shortcuts bar has a few notes I don't really want there, but just don't want at the bottom of my notebook.
  25. So I have read a few different posts that imply it is possible to have different note sort orders by notebook. Example Notebook 1 have the notes within sorted by title in reverse order and Notebook 2 notes sorted by created in regular order and Notebook 3 notes sorted by Updated in reverse order. No matter how many ways I try this it sorts every note in every notebook the same way. Any ideas or help would be great.