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At the home office, I rely upon the extensive contact information stored on my PC. It's all in text files.. When traveling, I refer to an abbreviated version that I create on the PC Evernote file and then publish it to Evernote on my cell phone. For a new set of notes of emails containing hyperlinks to the web, I started to assemble them with OneNote via copy & paste. Thanks to unexpected Microsoft BS, this did not go as I liked, and then I read that Evernote can do the job as well or better. However, this note set is intended for the desktop only and is not to be published to the phone along with my other Evernote notes when I update them. Can I segregate these new notes from the others so that they stay put on my local machine? If so, how? Is a second instance of Evernote possible on the desktop?
I apologize if this has been covered elsewhere, but I have been searching for answers for a couple months now and am pretty frustrated with the lack of visibility into and control of shared notebooks in Evernote Business from an Administration standpoint. These things are "must haves" in my opinion as the Administrator (and CEO) of my company's Evernote Business account. 1) Easily be able to tell who has access to a Notebook From the Admin Console I can only see how many members "7" and not which members nor what their permissions are. I need to be able to review "Sally shouldn't have edit access to Notebook Y" and "Fred should have access to Notebook Z but doesn't". All down the list. At *least* for Notebooks published to the Business Library. 2) Of course then be able to easily change those permissions as I have noted. 3) Please make the "Share Notebook" dialog box more intuitive and user friendly. I struggle with the fact that "invite" on a published notebook essentially means 'let the person know that the notebook is there' (because they already have access as soon as you publish) while "invite" on a non-published notebook means 'give the person access'. I think? Although - yes I guess I can choose between "view only" and "edit" on either invite. It is really hard to remember this. I've published notebooks thinking only the folks I invited actually have access, which is not true (I think). Also - the TINY Share Notebook dialog box only shows 3 users at a time (web app shows 4). Imagine I have 20 people sharing and I'm trying to add the 21st and figure out if they are already in the list (scroll, scroll, scroll,...) or not. Or just trying to determine if someone is missing, etc. Argh! I only have 7 people in the company and I'm already completely lost trying to determine who has or doesn't have access to what. 4) Please support aliases/groups Some of these problems would be eased if I could create a group or alias and then I could share a notebook with "the management team" or with "project X team" etc. "All" would be a magnificent alias! Now sharing versus publishing gets to be confusing because it seems publish == all. If I want "less than all" folks in the company to have access (20 out of 21) then I have to use one-by-one sharing instead of publishing. Then we're back to wanting an alias/group mechanism and something other than a dialog box so I can easily manage who has what permissions. I think this whole publish vs. share needs to be better thought out. Or maybe it has been and I just don't get it. 5) A couple of non-Administrator issues in then same vein -- I use the Windows desktop application mostly (95% of the time) since the refresh speed of the web app is WAY too slow. I'm okay with the slowness (nice-to-have not must-have), but then on the desktop application I need to be able to see, in the left/navigation pane, which notebooks are private, shared, or published. But they all look the same. This IS supported for Personal notebooks but not Business notebooks. I frequently find myself staring at a bunch of Business notebooks and wondering "did I share all of these with Tim and Fred or did I forget one?". To answer such a question I'd have to go into that horrible Share Notebook dialog and access through the list. For one notebook and then the next and then the next and... The reason "we all love Evernote" is because it makes it easy (1-2 clicks or actions at most) to save any and all reference materials -- whether it is a scanned image, a word doc, an annotated picture, watched folder, forwarded email, etc. PLEASE PLEASE make comprehensive management of the SHARING of Business Notebooks similarly easy!!! 6) Lastly, I wholeheartedly agree with other postings, http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/34123-anyone-know-how-to-rename-a-business-notebook-for-everyone/, that the Administrator really needs to be able to control the NAME of a Notebook in the library. Unpublishing the notebook, then changing the name, then republishing is not a reasonable option. And users should not be ale to change the name without requesting a name change (from the administrator). If any of these things are currently supported -- please let me know!!!