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  1. Many times per day, the "Create a Space" window appears when I Command-Tab to switch back to Evernote. It's crazy-making. I click the back button, but it doesn't go away. The only way to get rid of it is to close the entire window and then do "New Window" from the File menu to start over with my normal Evernote window. I wish I could attach the screen shot, but basically it's the entire Evernote screen. Anyone else seeing this? Is it on a bug list? I'd email Evernote support, but for some reason I can't log in on the site to do so due to our Evernote business account using the Okta verification.
  2. Hi All! We're very excited to announce the launch of Spaces for Evernote Business! We invite you to learn more from our CEO Chris O'Neil via his recent interview with Forbes: Forbe's Interview Check out this guide if you're looking for information regarding how to get started with Spaces, as well as this brief demo video. Make sure to check out the Event Calendar as we added some webinars to help our users get started with Spaces. Also, we've added special areas in the forums to report possible technical issues, or to provide feedback. If you encounter a technical issue, please go here. If you have feedback, please share it here. As always, if you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to me directly!
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    Getting Started with Spaces NEW! Spaces are the simplest way for teams to share and organize information so they can stay in sync and work better together. Create a space for a project, team, or topic; fill it with notes and notebooks; and share it with your team. Everyone on the team can see what has been shared with them in a space, locate the information they need, and collaborate easily to get the job done. Topics include: How to create a space Organize and add content within a space Share your work with each other with Spaces Manage a space through the Admin Console You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. To learn more, check out the Getting Started with Spaces guide » Register Here
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    Getting Started with Spaces NEW! Spaces are the simplest way for teams to share and organize information so they can stay in sync and work better together. Create a space for a project, team, or topic; fill it with notes and notebooks; and share it with your team. Everyone on the team can see what has been shared with them in a space, locate the information they need, and collaborate easily to get the job done. Topics include: How to create a space Organize and add content within a space Share your work with each other with Spaces Manage a space through the Admin Console You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. To learn more, check out the Getting Started with Spaces guide » Register Here
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    No "spaces" availables

    Business User, I've got the 7.02 on mac. No traces of "spaces" anywhere, neither in the interface nor in the menu How does this feature has to be activated ?
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    Description: In this webinar, you and your team will learn how to create a space, use them to organize content, share your work with each other, and manage them through the Admin Console. Whether you’re the team’s Evernote admin or are completely brand-new to Evernote, this webinar will get you started with Spaces on the right foot. You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. Topics include: Use Spaces to create and collect your content Organize and share team projects with Spaces Manage the Spaces your team creates Register Here
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    Description: In this webinar, you and your team will learn how to create a space, use them to organize content, share your work with each other, and manage them through the Admin Console. Whether you’re the team’s Evernote admin or are completely brand-new to Evernote, this webinar will get you started with Spaces on the right foot. You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. Topics include: Use Spaces to create and collect your content Organize and share team projects with Spaces Manage the Spaces your team creates Register Here
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    Description: In this webinar, you and your team will learn how to create a space, use them to organize content, share your work with each other, and manage them through the Admin Console. Whether you’re the team’s Evernote admin or are completely brand-new to Evernote, this webinar will get you started with Spaces on the right foot. You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. Topics include: Use Spaces to create and collect your content Organize and share team projects with Spaces Manage the Spaces your team creates Register Here
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    Description: In this webinar, you and your team will learn how to create a space, use them to organize content, share your work with each other, and manage them through the Admin Console. Whether you’re the team’s Evernote admin or are completely brand-new to Evernote, this webinar will get you started with Spaces on the right foot. You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. Topics include: Use Spaces to create and collect your content Organize and share team projects with Spaces Manage the Spaces your team creates Register Here
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    Description: In this webinar, you and your team will learn how to create a space, use them to organize content, share your work with each other, and manage them through the Admin Console. Whether you’re the team’s Evernote admin or are completely brand-new to Evernote, this webinar will get you started with Spaces on the right foot. You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. Topics include: Use Spaces to create and collect your content Organize and share team projects with Spaces Manage the Spaces your team creates Register Here
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    Description: In this webinar, you and your team will learn how to create a space, use them to organize content, share your work with each other, and manage them through the Admin Console. Whether you’re the team’s Evernote admin or are completely brand-new to Evernote, this webinar will get you started with Spaces on the right foot. You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. Topics include: Use Spaces to create and collect your content Organize and share team projects with Spaces Manage the Spaces your team creates Register Here
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    Description: In this webinar, you and your team will learn how to create a space, use them to organize content, share your work with each other, and manage them through the Admin Console. Whether you’re the team’s Evernote admin or are completely brand-new to Evernote, this webinar will get you started with Spaces on the right foot. You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. Topics include: Use Spaces to create and collect your content Organize and share team projects with Spaces Manage the Spaces your team creates Register Here
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    Description: In this webinar, you and your team will learn how to create a space, use them to organize content, share your work with each other, and manage them through the Admin Console. Whether you’re the team’s Evernote admin or are completely brand-new to Evernote, this webinar will get you started with Spaces on the right foot. You’ll also have an opportunity to get some answers to your questions during a live Q&A session. Topics include: Use Spaces to create and collect your content Organize and share team projects with Spaces Manage the Spaces your team creates Register Here
  14. As a software developer I use Evernote to keep a record of my software code changes. So I cut and paste code snippets into a categorized note for future reference. But the formatting gets upset (a common complaint I notice). How do I prevent Evernote from inserting extra spaces in front of non alpha numeric characters. e.g. STO:ReferenceNo1 becomes STO :ReferenceNo1 (note space before colon). Removing the Formatting option does not seem to make a difference.
  15. Hello everyone, I use sublime text editor as my coding editor of choice. When I copy/paste from sublime into Evernote, all the indenting spacing is removed. This is terrible for trying to preserve the formatting of the code. I've tried command + shift + V as well with no success. Any thoughts? Is this a Mac EN bug?
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