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I really love Evernote and I use it all day everyday, but one of my biggest concerns is that I'll accidentally delete a tag or a notebook, and not be able to undo such an action. If hundreds of notes have been given that tag, it becomes a near-impossible process to find and re-tag those notes. The potential risk is that I will ruin my Evernote database, and even if I have backed it up in the last week/weeks, I will lose any notebook structure, as well as any new notes and edits made within that week. Adding an undo action that can revert any change, rather than just text edits, would
I downloaded the new WEB ui for Chromium Browser. I use it to manage my information and data through tagging. The old UI gave an easy overview and quick access to different. I have an extensive GTD working zone where I jump from project to project and keep track of my things to do. With the new WEB UI this becomes hugely impossible. Can I restore the old version please. I wrestled with it this whole morning and I am kind of fed up with it. This new UI, based on Tablets and Android.... , is very very bad . The key is "manage" your notes. Not "Enterring data". Managing notes is ma
I just opened one of my notes on my iPhone, and was trying to copy the note (so I could paste it in a phone IM), but as I was selecting the handles to drag over the text, the Copy/Paste bar popped up and I hit paste inadvertently, and ruined a long text that I really needed to keep. Is there nay way to get my original text back, or to force a revert to the note before these changes took effect? I couldn't find how to 'Undo" changes on the iPhone before it synced with the Evernote server.
I realize some of you like the new format, but I just can't get used to it. I loved the visual aspect of the notebook icons in a grid. I could use several different other options, but this feature drew me to Evernote. I just feel so lost with the new version. I will have to move everything to Microsoft OneNote which I use as my day to day note taking, and Evernote for my projects, logs/journals, idea boards, travel research, etc. Thank you (I am referring to both iMac and iPhone)