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Hi all, We released Evernote for iOS 7.15 earlier today. This release focused on offline notebooks, business card scanning, and fixing some bugs and crashes. Oh yeah, and Passcode Lock is now free for all users! Notable fixes and improvements: Passcode Lock is now free for all users To enable Passcode Lock, go to Settings > General > Passcode Lock > Turn Passcode On After entering a 4-digit passcode, you can also choose how soon to require a passcode as well as whether or not to use Touch ID (on supported devices) Offline Notebooks improvements (Plus / Premium users) Within a notebook, you can now make the notebook available offline directly from the overflow menu ("• • •" button) New indicator on the Notebook list screen for notebooks that are available offline New progress bar on the Notebook list screen for notebooks that are in process of being made available offline Send business card contacts to Salesforce (Evernote Business users) Evernote Business users with Salesforce accounts (Enterprise or higher) can manage their Salesforce integration on the Evernote account settings page on the web (from your desktop) Once the accounts are linked, these users will have the option to "Add to Salesforce" from existing business card contact notes or after capturing a new business card After selecting "Add to Salesforce," you will have the option to create a Salesforce Lead or a Contact Please see How to scan business cards into Salesforce for more detailed instructions Notable fixes and improvements Share extension / Clipper: Improved clipping from iBooks Improved panning and zooming smoothness in note sketches Updated PDF viewer to address several top crashes Updated Settings > Support > Getting Started Guide You can download the Evernote for iOS app from the App Store. As always, please let us know what you think. Cheers!
I can't find where to set which notebooks to sync for off-line use. It used to be under "premium", I think. Now that is just a list of features.
EDIT: I didn't realize this had to be done at the device/app manager level, I thought that was just for cache - whoops. It's been a while since I had a mobile device, sorry. I sure hope I don't have to sync all the headers and such from scratch after clearing this just to get rid off my offline notebooks. : / EDIT: Aww, HELL no......... Is this really the only way to remove offline notebooks? When selecting notebooks to save offline, it doesn't even say how much space they take up (in my Evernote usage, the amount of notes in a notebook isn't indicative of how much space they will take up), so I have to do it by trial and error). Why doesn't "Disable Offline Notebook" remove the data without having to set up the whole app from scratch via app manager? I thought it'd be nice to use my premium account for offline access for my trip, but so far I've crippled the phone by bringing it down to 200 MB, froze the phone requiring battery removal when wiping Evernote's app data from the App Manager, and now I'm watching my headers and "snippets" trickle back in like day one. Not something I anticipated with a premium productivity app. If I knew that, I would've waited til I cross referenced with the desktop version's individual notebook size info, and settled for sneaking on and off of my data allowance if I wanted to read something until I'm off the road.
Evernote is taking up a lot of space on my Android. I may have selected too many large notebooks for use offline. I am trying to deselect them, but don't know how. I don't see anything in the Notebooks queue indicating whether a notebook has been designated as an offline notebook. I deleted EN and reinstalled it, but it still seems to be quite large.