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  1. In Web Clipper options I have selected: "Automatically close clipper." I have deselected: "Show successful clip dialog without Related notes." Still, on every clip the clipper shows me supposedly 'Related Notes' for a few seconds before closing automatically. How can I get rid of that feature? For me it is useless and annoying.
  2. Why does Evernote's Webclipper insist on showing me Related Notes with each clip? The options are: [] Show successful clip dialog [] Show successful clip dialog without Related notes [] Automatically close Clipper I have selected the last option, but see Related Notes anyway. I do not want to select one of the other options, because I also do not want to see a successful clip dialog.
  3. Example (see image below): The green links allow me to navigate within the Evernote app. The blue public links allow friends to navigate easily between notes that I have made public. The issue: I find it tedious to insert both links. Non-Evernote users who I share notes with are confused by the difference between the green & blue links Proposed solutions: Offer an option to automatically insert both the blue and green links at the same time, or Offer an option to insert a link that works both in the app and for the public. An icon could be used to indicate which links are publicly accessible.
  4. TL;DR Recently the webclipper fails to find notes, even when the search phrase appears verbatim in their title. DETAILS The webclipper "related notes" feature is to me one of the biggest advantages of Evernote. Recently however, it usually fails to find anything. As mentioned in [this older thread], it will not show up at all if it cannot find anything, which caused me to think the feature were broken entirely. The suggested solution of using a different search-URL didn't help. REPRODUCIBLE EXAMPLE (POSSIBLY) For example, I have a note called “Rust vs Go / Golang”. If I search Google for “Rust vs Go”, no results are shown. If I search Google for “Rust vs Go / Golang”, the note shows up as expected. Plus some additional results, where “rust” and “go” but not “golang” or “vs” appear in the body of the note, but have no relation to the programming languages – which is funny, since the search for “Rust vs Go” would have matched these notes better than the search for “Rust vs Go / Golang”. For reference, I first had titled the note “Rust vs Go/GoLang” (no spaces around slash) and then renamed it “Rust vs Go / GoLang”, thinking that maybe the search-algorithm fails to treat “Go/GoLang” as two words. This change had no impact at all on the behaviour.
  5. Starting today I suddenly see a section of 'Related Notes' whenever I clip something with the Evernote Webclipper for Chrome. That is a useless feature for me, and I find it distracting. How can I get rid of it? In options I have not selected 'Related results.'
  6. Hi How can I remove the "Related Notes" that comes up on the lower right side of Evernote? Larry
  7. The text in quotes (starting paragraph four) appears at https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2012/12/12/evernote-for-mac-updated-with-new-premium-related-notes-and-usability-improvements/ The footnotes I've supplied, as though they were written by an Evernote employee to clarify what is meant by the "Related Notes" feature in Evernote Premium. Send all blame to me, IncrediMetaBeta. I can has brickbats... As harsh as my irony may seem ("harsh irony" being, after all, how 'sarcasm' is defined, and one man's harsh irony brings another's insightful realization), my raising this discussion topic about "Related Notes" is meant constructively as a wakeup call to management. You, who need to wake, you know who you are! Why do you persist in having a feature on the market that is so lacking in clear intention and that frustrates people? Please see the Forum member comments below, which substantiate this. And there are many other Forum comments about "Related Notes" that I have not included, from poor souls who earnestly think the failure is theirs to figure this feature out. Failure to address features and how they perform encourages perception of Evernote as not being a serious company, as one that doesn't give a hoot about its customers. "Premium feature: Related Notes We’re always looking for exciting ways to help you rediscover the content and memories stored inside of your Evernote account . This update adds a new Premium feature that does just that. (1) As soon as you start creating or viewing a note, Evernote checks to see if there are any notes in your account that relate to what you’ve written and displays these Related Notes below the note area. (2) The more you type, the more refined the Related Notes will be. If you have a long note, you’ll see a little elephant popup appear in the lower right corner of the note area. (3) This popup indicates that there are Related Notes waiting for you when you scroll to the bottom of the note. For Evernote Business users, we also display notes from Business Notebooks that you have access to, making the Related Notes section a combination (4) of your notes and those from your team." Footnotes: 1 - It's such an exciting feature that one forum member says, "one of the features that's always befuddled me is that of Related Notes". Another says, "I think "using" the related notes functionality in any respect would be pretty risky. I look on it as an occasionally useful, frequently amusing and largely cosmetic thing that will be a good idea when it actually works. It's not worth worrying about at this stage." Another says, "I want to get more out of my notes with correlations and that is what I really expect from Evernote. There are apps that do that, and EN pretends it can do the same but once again that is a fallacy. Now I realise I am unlikely to get it." Actually, it's an exciting feature in the sense that, if you want to see what notes we've found that may be related, when the pop-up comes up, you have no choice but to stop everything else that you were doing and act to rediscover it right when it pops up while you're saving something to Evernote, because the moment you click the background of the saved webpage, the related notes popup will be gone forever. Gone! You may have not expected nor wished to be interrupted with this clarion call. You may have meant simply to save the item and continue what you were doing. But, if you want to see what else we've discovered that this item you're saving is related to, you'd better act now. This is a one-time offer! You can't come back to it later. We've found an association, and if you looked at it NOW, it might be illuminating, though of course it might not be, and we may have just been blowing smoke. But it's a one-time offer for you to examine it and you may never see this association again. You know, exciting, like a bloody carnival barker. 2 - So, note 1 above notwithstanding, we will search for you and bring up for you these "related notes", not only when you create a note, but also when you view an existing one! But the search for related notes apparently searches only with reference to what you've written, not what you've merely copy-saved to Evernote. Your mileage may vary. But any related notes we find will appear below the note area. Though, since the copy area of the note is all that is below, and there are no regions or areas of the Note other than the copy area, we frankly don't know what region of the Note we're talking about, but we're adamant that any related notes will appear below the note area. Maybe what we mean is that they will be APPENDED below the COPY AREA. But we don't know, because we did not really check this smiley help page before publishing it online. But we're offering a free brain chip to the first person who can find the elephant logo that indicates that there are related notes at the bottom of your already saved note. He's a small elephant. We swear, we saw him, and he wasn't pink! 3- This little elephant popup happens if you have a long note. We don't know what we mean by long, actually. A long as a trunk? Some how, some way, it should be longer than short, but we don't know what we mean by short, either. Have you ever seen one of these little elephants? We could have shown you an image of one in context, so you could see for yourself what we mean by "the lower right corner of the note area". Note carefully, that this is "the lower right corner of the note area" we're referring to. It emphatically is not the bottom right corner of the note area we're referring to. That would be silly, wouldn't it, because why would we use the little elephant to let you know there are related notes at the bottom, if we were already making you scroll all the way to the bottom to find him? So, he'll show up, if related notes are found, which as you know, we don't always find. And if he doesn't show up, then either we didn't find any related notes or maybe he's off looking for peanuts. 4- As interesting and potentially valuable as this "Related Notes section" feature of Evernote Business may be be to you, which can be found only in Evernote Business, and which we are definitely not going to provide a direct link to, one that would show you an image of what that area of the Evernote Business screen looks like; we just didn't have time. Maybe you subscribe to it already... Maybe you don't... We don't know! Are you tantalized? Have you ever seen the jumping frog of Calaveras Country? Well, maybe, if we decide that we'd really like to sell Evernote Business by describing adequately what it does, then we'd provide an illustrated description. Oh! But we would never do that here since this is the forum/support section, not Sales, see? And we know for a fact that no one who comes to support ever buys anything else from us again, right? So it'd be pointless to provide the link. And any way it'd just get people all escited, thinking that related notes actually is a real feature. You see, dear friends, we like you, we appreciate your patronage and we think that our product, which is still evolving, that, on balance, it provides good value. Our founder has dreams. As reported in the media they include planting chips in people's brains, so that they can sponge up more information and recall it as needed. Sometimes he even remembers to bring his chip to work. Hey, People! If anyone saw Phil's chip in the men's room, please leave it with Vicki!
  8. Hi, Happy user of Evernote Premium, I've noticed that related notes do not appear on the notebooks that are shared with me. Is this as expected? Is there a way to enable related notes to appear on notes from a shared notebook (that I'm not owner of). Thanks
  9. Hello, I would like to suggest you to add an option to evernote, so we are able to choose which notebooks will be used to generate related notes. Why do we need this? We GTD evernote users, usually have "Action pending" and "Completed" notebooks or similar And if we are working on a note which is in "Action Pending" notebook, we might not want to see related notes from notebook "Completed" because these are not relevant anymore. Thank you
  10. You'd think, working at Evernote, I'd have some in-tune and on-time ability to immediatley "know" how to work the app. And while I'm on it every minute of every day (Mac/Windows/iPhone/iPad) sometimes it can still surprise me. Case in point: Related Notes were a passing fancy at first, reminding me of past stuff I'd tossed at Evernote. Now they're growing in utility for me. I was building a shopping list, primarily of ingredients from the grocery store for me to tick off as I shopped. The Related Notes area began suggesting noted recipes from my recipes notebook (clipped through Food), which contained the ingredients I was about to go out and buy. I picked up the ingredients that night, added a few to ensure I could complete the recipe, and was able to knock out two quality recipes I'd wanted to cook, but hadn't considered until presented with the Related Note saying "hey man, you can totally make me, you've got what you need." Completely simple, yet totally unexpected. I dig it.
  11. Sorry, wrong forum. Reposted in the right forum: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/35344-consider-internal-links-in-the-algorithm-for-selecting-related-notes/
  12. After I clip a page using the Clipper, it shows a black "Clipped title" box, which gives me the option to either view or edit my new note, and displays a Related Notes section below. It also displays a bubble pointing to the Related Notes tab, explaining what it is ("Related Notes: Evernote finds up to three notes in your account that are related to the page you just clipped and presents them here."). This bubble has a close button at the top right; when I point to the close button, I get a regular tooltip that says "Don't show this notification again". Therefore, I expected that if I clicked this close button, the bubble wouldn't reappear the next time I clipped something. However, it appears every time. It does close when I click the close button (or anywhere else on the bubble).
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