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  1. I shared a link to a note with a bunch of people. Is it possible to track how many people actually clicked the link and viewed the note?
  2. Would love for there to be the option to set a notification if a shared note is changed by another user. i.e. staff changes a note and I need to make sure they didn't ***** up the note, I want an email or pop up notice of the change so I can reverse the change if needed easily without having to sift through editions to find where the error by staff was made. I'm currently refusing to allow editing privileges to staff, because I've had issues in the past with them changing things they shouldn't -- this would allow me to monitor changes and assess as needed till I know they can be trusted not to mess something up!
  3. I have no problems with the desktop or the mobile apps. However, publicly shared notes never seem to load in mobile browsers on iOS (Chrome, Safari, Firefox). I just get a loading indicator and the progress indicator stops halfway across the screen. — and yes I know all three browsers are built upon Apple's webkit. WiFi signal is strong, devices have been power-cycled. iOS Browser Apps (all three mentioned) have had thier cache purged and when that didn't work I deleted and redownload the mobile browsers. These are just plain text notes w/o no pictures or extensive formatting. Devices tested on, iPhone 6, iPad Pro both running iOS v10.3.2. Oddly, enough the problem can't be replicated on Android devices.
  4. My team and I are just beginning to coordinate our work on EN. We've moved over from Google Docs and I'm not sure how similar the system is. I've poked around the documentation on the site but came up empty on some things. A few questions: When my coworker and I (both on Mac Airs, up to date with Sierra and the latest EN version) were both logged in and on Work Chat, I created a new note in our shared notebook. Should she have seen that in progress as I was creating and writing in it, or is there a Save feature that effectively publishes it for her eyes? In Google Docs, for example, I can see her typing. In Work Chat, I wanted to share a screenshot with her. I couldn't find the function for adding that image file to our conversation. How do I do that? Then I tried to share the file (the screenshot) on a new note instead. I opened a note in the shared notebook, gave it a title, and dragged the screenshot I was trying to share into it. On the left column of notes, the image showed up as part of the note. In the main page, the note had only the title - no visible file. I opened the note in its own window, and again - no screenshot. Help me out here? Thanks.
  5. Hi - I have explored to see if this was a possibility - and have found that it does not appear so. Although there were many suggestions of "workarounds" - some were new ideas to me but most were my initial intuitions - and it does not appear, at this time, that this is a suggestion being taken up by the developers. I do believe - from my own usage (and that others seem to often want the same feature) - that a solution OUGHT to be a PRIORITY in future upgrades. I also believe that such an upgrade is fairly simple to implement - but would IMMENSELY expand the power of this wonderful program. I think the title is self-explanatory. But to be clear - let me just state it with a bit more clarity: I have a note (actually I have many such - but for the sake of argument - let's keep it simple to a SINGLE example of usage). I created the note in ONE particular notebook. The note, however, is equally applicable and/or important to be part of ANOTHER notebook. (Now I know that TAGS (an important and powerful feature) may be related to many such instances - but it is not ideal for all. I am not interested in searching by tag for a particular set of notes - but specifically want to ensure that BOTH notebooks PROMINENTLY "contain" the same note. (I use contain - because the other simple option is DUPLICATION (same note twice in two notebooks). But of course this means changes in the note in one - is not a change in the note in the other. So we are dealing effectively with TWO (independent - although initially identical - notes) not ONE (and the SAME (over time)). And what I want - is the simple ability of adding that SAME NOTE to TWO DIFFERENT notebooks. That, however, is not currently possible. (And as in the above paragraph - the key is the note REMAINS the same whichever notebook you happen to be accessing it from - even as it changes over time). That seems like a fairly simple feature to ADD to the program. All that would be needed is an OPTION to ADD (NOTE) TO (NOTEBOOK). The original note would remain stored in the same entry in the overall database - one single entry/location - but accessible, EASILY, from other notebooks it gets added to as a LINKED NOTE. Thus the menus for adding a note or sharing a note would INCLUDE this add to or share with another notebook (now that I wrote that this way - I can see this taking on TWO forms (different but related) - if you want to distinguish "adding" and "sharing" (which also can have value - although there is nothing stopping the former (add) currently - just no "simple/quick" way of doing this: literally by creating two new notes (with the same thing) to two different notebooks (so clearly - even in this "secondary" case (this is not my main focus here - it just became clear as I wrote this paragraph that the distinction is meaningful) - is more "burdensome" than ought to be necessary (but still LESS OF A PRIORITY than the "sharing" issue that I am focusing on - for future updates). "Share" - of course - being different, as I lay out above, because it REMAINS just the single, original, note - in the single original database entry - but most importantly CARRIES CHANGES across notebooks. (What the "add" function would not do - and which is why I thought it important to go into this distinction - as this may be, in a particular case, the more desirable (having ONE ORIGINAL note - the same in TWO notebooks - be able to be amended ONLY in the particular notebook at hand and not "globally" - so the CHOICE of the two (which does not seem much more burdensome in terms of programming) ought to be considered IF (and as I hope) my GENERAL suggestion here is taken up. Let me give a "real world" example of WHY this would be VALUABLE to a large number of users and thus make the program not just more user friendly but MUCH MORE POWERFUL (and "complete"). [Reasons I think - if the developers can notice and grasp - would go far to possibly putting this on a priority "to do" list. Let's say I am doing HISTORICAL research and utilizing the amazing features of Evernote for this project (or actually "these" projectS (plural) - and this gets to the point - more usually for "historians" as such (as opposed to a one-time project for a more "amateur" or "casual" user) - for historians (and scholars utilizing history) usually have overlapping projects and categories. I might find, for example, a particular article - in my work on project A. But it may be equally applicable and indeed centrally important for one or more other projects (B, C, and Z). So let's say I am working on a History of Spain (this is actually what I am doing at the moment and has brought this to the forefront of my mind (not the first time though) to take the time to go into this and propose the viability and desirability of this simple upgrade feature). One significant feature of Spanish history - of course - is its early history within the sphere of the early expansion of Rome (and what would become the Roman Empire). The Roman Republic (not yet transformed formally into the later Empire - but in this case - one of the early phases of that "transition") created a "province" of Hispania (the Spains). So in that I want to add a note (perhaps a link to an article, or website or webpage, or a map, etc.) pertaining to the Roman "province" of Hispania (Spain). That is easy enough. At other times I am working on a History of Rome (and even the subcategories of the Roman Empire, or the Governance of the Empire, or the Punic Wars, etc. -- each of which may itself find that I have either created ONE general "History - Rome" notebook with these "tags" - or even, since they each are fairly large topics in themselves, perhaps a separate notebook for each). And I may have been working on that Roman project earlier - and thus already have a notebook for that particular subject (or know that I will - at a later time - make such a notebook). So - my intuitive priority is to place this note (because I can see both its direct relevance to my current focus on Spain AND its more general - and more direct - relevance to when I am focused on Rome) to place this note FIRST AND FOREMOST in my Roman History notebook. (Assuming I had never done so before - now is a good time to update that notebook). Yet - at the moment - my immediate need is for it to appear in my Spanish History notebook. So what do I do? Clearly - if the FEATURE were available - what I would do is to create the ORIGINAL note, saving it to the Roman History notebook, and then LINKING that very same particular note to my Spanish History notebook. Now whether I am focusing on one or the other - the SAME information appears directly when I look at that notebook (even though, it is true, I could search for tags that I might have included on a note in another notebook - at some previous time - and FIND this and other "related" notes. But that's just it - its not MERELY "related" to another topic/notebook - but DIRECTLY RELATED TO BOTH. So what I would ENVISION as a UPDATED FEATURE - is that when I create that original note, and save it in the more general notebook on Roman History, I could then click the SHARE button - and it would ADD an additional (or even better TWO: "add" (a copy) or "share" (the same)) OPTION: SHARE TO OTHER NOTEBOOK And then let me select the notebook to share this particular note (or add a copy - the second option) to an additional notebook. Then - whether I access it from either notebook in the future (contrary to the "add a copy" option) - I can make changes to it that will also appear if I access it from a different notebook. I can't stress how VITAL and FUNCTIONAL this feature would be - and how much "stronger/powerful" [useful] a program Evernote would become. And while my computer programming skills are more than "amateur" - I am neither a professional nor an "advanced intermediary" (I engage in the practice so infrequently - that when and if I do tackle such a project - I often have to spend a great deal of time "reviewing" and "remembering" (even if not re-learning or learning anew) how to do it ... its not second nature or a "language" I have fully mastered - as it has become by those who have created this program) - I don't see any real OBSTACLES or even DIFFICULTIES in programming that would necessarily be entailed in this. The secondary "add copy to another notebook" is simple and straightforward (although the benefit it would have beyond doing this two or more times when creating the original note are such as: it would also copy the note with its tags, etc. (so that would not have to be repeated) and would also not require you to change the primary notebook you are working with (such that if you are making several notes for one notebook - you can have it set to keep defaulting there - rather than changing notebooks back and forth); and additionally - as an added option (nice - but not as essential - although even this would seem fairly straightforward) - being able to click a checklist of more than one notebook to send a copy to. [This same extra feature could also be used in the "share a note with another notebook" - the primary focus here.] The "share note with another notebook" would not be as "simplistic" - but I think no less simple and straightforward - merely having to store the original notes location (in the database) in the second notebook - and then adding the language that could make it "appear" no different from notes exclusive to that notebook. (Again - if I were doing this - I'd have a few other possible "design" features that come to mind - such as stated above the ability to share with multiple notebooks (not just one) in one command (with a checklist); and perhaps INDICATING on the page that "this" is a SHARED NOTE (in the sense of notebooks - much like I believe happens when you share a note currently (i.e. creating a link that is shared publicly to that particular note) - which would have to be distinguished from that obviously) - and even being able to pull down a dropdown list of what other notebooks it is shared in). Oh well - this is my STRONGLY URGED suggestion for SERIOUS CONSIDERATION. Both, to reiterate, because of the advantages of ease of use and expanded functionality to the user - and to thus make the program much more "powerful" as a whole. I look forward to any feedback, suggestions, and comments.
  6. How can I identify all my notes, which others can access? With "sharedate:*" or "shard by someone" Evernote only shows those notes that are shared with a public link. Notes I've shared with individuals (right click - share note) this search doesn't identify. You only see in the permissions preferences of the note that someone has access (read, edit and/or invite). Any ideas? Cheers Simon
  7. ¡Hola comunidad de Evernote! Tengo una cuenta premium y uso notas para compartir con mis alumnos. el problema es que para algunas personas los links públicos no están funcionando. El sistema les pide que inicien sesión y cuando inician sesión los lleva a su dashboard con sus notas pero no con la que trataban de ver. ¿suena familiar para alguno de ustedes? Hice el upgrade a premium para chatear con alguien de soporte pero el botón de chat parece no estar funcionando... ¡Gracias!
  8. Hi, I would like to ask a question about publicly shared notes. If I share a note publicly and allow others to save copies, will I be able to see who saved it?
  9. I have multiple notebooks shared with numerous employees who need to be able to update and edit content within these notes. Numerous times I've had employees accidentally delete a note without realizing they have done this. I know it moves the note to the trash, but I do not have the time to go through the trash file everyday and sort through the notes that were rightfully deleted and ones that were accidentally and unknowingly deleted. In order to rectify this Evernote desperately needs to make a feature where you can do one of the following to prevent this accidental deletion of notes with shared users: 1) Have an option so the shared users can edit and view but not delete 2) Make it so only the admin can delete notes OR allow the admin to lock specific notes so only those locked cannot be deleted (but again, the notes will still be editable) 3) Simply prompt whoever accidently (or purposely) hit delete with the "are you sure you want to delete this note" pop up. (Evernote does do this, but ONLY when you are deleting something from the trash - aka permanently deleting it)
  10. Once I receive a Shared Note via Work Chat - is there any way I can get an Alias/Link to it from within my OWN Notebook structure, without having to go to Work Chat to get to it OR without having to make a COPY (which detaches any kind of collaboration/updates)? i.e. I would like to have a "virtual" Note created, within one of my own Notebook structure, that when I click on it, takes me directly to that Shared Note that came from the Work Chat.
  11. This is the original note containing the first attempt: https://www.evernote.com/l/AIgSlYTFB-dDib9Le7BtuorVcwNQxc5ZU0o I’ve dropped using Evernote for a couple of months, concentrating on making Matcha 3 the great tool it is now, together with Johanes. While testing the Evernote integration we have found many new use-cases and note design possibilities. What I would like us to talk about is the question, whether you would find it useful to see Evernote being used as a Podcasting tool. This initial note contains a raw recording of my thoughts on it and I would love to release my SIMPLE PRODUCTIVITY content in the form of an edutainment tool to share my thoughts about Evernote use-cases, Tips & Tricks, and Templates. Please, let me know your thoughts on this particular use-case.
  12. - How I can learn that a colleague made a change to a shared note? - There is a way that someone tells me Evernote released in a note? - How I realize who wrote and that was what that person wrote on a shared note? - Mac I can quickly choose a font color (this helps me differentiate my particular annotate a shared note) but I can not do it on iPhone! or if? - I can place a font color "by default" not to be choosing it every time you change note?
  13. I use EN extensively for my Humanities class. One feature that is surprisingly missing is the ability to share a note and leave comments/feedback directly in the note without impacting the original note. Since we do a lot of writing and essays, etc. in my class, I would love the option to open their shared notes, highlight a sentence (for example), and add a comment complimenting them on how well they showed character traits in that one line. Instead, I have to totally alter their note, change the font color and/or add my initials, etc. to leave my comments. A simple but incredibly powerful comment function can be found in Google Docs. If EN implemented something like that, you're just one step closer to truly dominating this realm. Evernote can truly act as a "portfolio" in essence for students as they move from grade to grade. However, the sharing functionality, not to mention version history, is truly lacking. Yes, we can share some notes and notebooks. But the collaboration and discussion within the note is simply not there unless you want to totally edit the original note. This becomes rather clunky as my students read my feedback, make their changes, and eventually delete my comments so they're out of the way before publishing. Sure, I could have them create another "publishing" note but wow, talk about a missed opportunity for making it seamless for students and teachers. Think about it. A shared note with a history of comments/discussion regarding the contents, PLUS the ability to quickly review/compare different versions of the note over time. Parents, teachers, and students would flip if you could show that sort of growth/progression. Google has you beat here and I'd strongly suggest you take a look at how seamless this functionality is and simply copy.
  14. What is with the huge blank space at the bottom of many of the notes I create in Windows Evernote, then share as a link? Look at this shared note: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s1/sh/25fd1514-e3d5-4f28-b45f-6fa8387bb19e/c23a7a4c112445dab49cf2e4980b896e How come most of the note is a few feet of blank space, after the actual content ends. I don't see those blank lines, either in the WIndows Evernote client or in the Web Evernote client. Thanks for any thoughts as to what's causing these lines and how to avoid them creeping in on notes I choose to share.
  15. I share a folder with a client of mine. Recently 2 notes were deleted on their end. I'm attempting to figure out how I can view the notes THEY deleted. In addition, is there an area where you can look at all history of a shared folder, especially actions of others? Suggestions/Help?
  16. Is there a way to automatically notify everyone that shares my notebook(s) of any new changes?
  17. I am struggling to understand how sharing information in Evernote is going to work for me. I know this has been covered in many other threads but I cannot find any specific references to my issues. Please feel free to point me in the right direction if you know of any relevant threads. My situation is as follows. My wife and I are both Evernote Premium users and have a number of shared notebooks however we cannot see how she can put notes into notebooks I have shared with her or vice versa. When I select a note in my inbox and look for any notebooks she has shared with me I cannot see them. Similarly she cannot see any notebooks I have shared with her. We also have issues with tags on shared notebooks. When I share notebooks with her she can see the tags in the note but these tags do not appear in her general tag list hence she is not able to search on them. In addition neither of us is able to add tags to notes in notebooks which have been shared with us. We both love Evernote for our own data but the collaboration features would seem to fall woefully short of that implied by the advertising blurb on the Evernote website. From what I have read I am not the only one who finds the Evernote sharing functionality bewildering to understand and very limiting. Any help on this is much appreciated. I have raised this with Evernote Support by my experience of the support team in the past has been somewhat frustrating.
  18. Hi! I'm a fairly new user of Evernote, and the more I use it, the more indispensable it becomes. I'm having a problem with shared public or privately notes in Evernote. Specifically, if I subscribe to a shared note (like one that I recently did with my wife and another I signed up for today on hydrogen energy), I can view the shared note in the Web-based version of Evernote. But for some reason, if I try to view the same shared notes in the OS-X version of Evernote, the public notebook's notes don't appear. I can see the public and private shared notebooks in the iOS version of Evernote on my iPhone, but not on my Mac. Can anyone tell me what I might be doing wrong? Thanks in advance for your help!
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