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  1. In his blog, https://evernote.com/blog/looking-ahead-evernotes-priorities-2019/ CEO Ian stated that 2019 will be the year of straightening Evernote out from the foundations. This is great news. Before moving forward into new features, he states that there needs to be consistency across platforms. (I have always been envious of the Apple colour scheme by the way:). Evernote is an incredibly useful tool. What stops me from finding more uses in my business and daily life is that some features are just not that easy to use. Having said that, Scanner is brilliant, and having just discovered using + sign in searches yields great results A couple of things that spring to my attention for improvement are as follows. Can we not make it easier, and I mean, much easier in linking internal notes backwards and forwards with each other, like a web page. Presently, it's a joke when you can't even find the homepage to link back to from the note that has just received an internal note link. Think website useability. link to a paragraph, link back to home page, create links like as in web page making, internal hyperlinks Think website useability! Presently we can create a TOC from a bunch of notes, but it is more useful when a project has been completed because it becomes awkward when you have to add more pages to it. Also Tables When add a row below, why not make it so that it will copy the layout of the row? If it has a tickbox, it will copy that with it etc. basic spreadhseet functionality would be not bad too. To do What's with the 'right mouse click' option called, 'to do'? All it does is add a checklist , or check one off. Is this a joke? Who actually uses this? All the best to the team Thank you for the most useful app I have, and if you don't add these features, I'll still subscribe anyway.
  2. I would really appreciate the ability to "set" Tables of Contents to update automatically with new notes added to the notebook, and the ability to PIN the Table of Contents to the "top" of the Notebook.
  3. Hi - searched but didn't see anything -- any way to add a note to an existing table of contents without recreating the whole thing? Would it just be a copy note link into the existing TOC?
  4. Hello everyone, I'm looking for some help on something I did yesterday inside EN, but cannot duplicate it again. I didn't think I did anything unusual, but I canot seem to replicate the process. So I went to the Help menu and found no documentation for what had happened. Let me try and explain: I work in a large facility and take pix or type notes to document problems as I find them while walking around. I keep these note/pix in a single notebook, by month. I'd gotten away from EN for a while but came back just last week, to find a new item that wasn't available last time I used the program: Create Table of Content Note I only found this when selecting all of my notes yesterday afternoon, thinking about creating a Stack for the month and then a seperate notebook for each day. Once I saw the Create ToC Note, I selected that to see what would happen. What happened was impressive and was something I could definitely use: It merged the 5 notes into one single note, with a ToC placed at the top, with Links to each of the attached pages. Click a Link and it scrolled down to that page. It was better than creating a stack and adding more levels of notebooks, so I thought it was a nice feature to have. Please note the seperate notes were placed in the Trash by EN, not me, just as would happen during a normal merge. At the time, I didn't think anything was unusual, in fact I was pleased with this new feature as it simplified my notes. The problem was today, when trying the same thing, I could create a ToC note, or I could merge several files together, but I cannot for the life of me, create a ToC note, with the files attached on subsequent pages. Reading the KB and these forums, it appears I can only do one or the other, but not both together, so I'm not sure how it came to be that it happened like it did yesterday. I've attached a screen shot of what EN created for me yesterday with the personal info pixeled out. In the image, you can clearly see the ToC at the top, and then the first attached note right below. Can anyone explain to me how I was able to do this once, but can't replicate it again? The one difference I did notice between yesterday's ToC and the ones I created today: If you look at the attached image, you'll see right below the ToC, a SourceURL: with a link address. On the several ToC's I've created today trying to replicate this, there is no SourceURL: listed. I don't know if that'll help anyone pinpoint my issue or not. The other strange thing is the only documentation I did manage to find says this ToC feature is listed only on the Macs, but I did this on a Windows 7, Desktop EN program. I have an IPad and IPhone, but this isn't an option on those devices. I have no access to a working Mac at this time. If you need any additional info, please don't hesitate to ask as I know this could probably be explained better. Thanks, Steve
  5. I create Tables of Contents (TOC) for my primary notebooks. As you are aware, this creates a list of the selected notes (in this case all notes) within the notebook. I then move that note to a notebook called TOC and give it a name and a tag of the notebook that it came from. I can go to the TOC notebook and see everything I have in the parent notebooks and go directly there. This works very well except that it is not dynamic. Whenever I add and/or delete a few notes, I have to repeat the entire process and delete the previous note in TOC. It would be great to have the option to create a Smart TOC. This would update itself dynamically every time the contents of the notebook changes so that the list of notes remains current. Thanks. Tony
  6. On my EN/Win, I discovered that when I select multiple notes (for tagging or moving to another notebook), the options include created a Table of Contents note for the highlighted notes. I tried it and it works really well. This is a great option to have for organizing notes besides notebook stacking and tag hierarchies. I'm finding tag hierarchies are really finicky to work with on my online EN database. So if I'm altering my tag hierarchy, I make sure to make the change in EN/Win first and then sync. The TOCs could almost eliminate tag hierarchies altogether and still allow me to manage thousands of notes I keep in one main container. However, this EN Knowledge Base article says this feature is only available in Evernote for Mac. https://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/38335338 Does this article needs to be updated? Or is this an unannounced feature in beta on EN/Win and I shouldn't rely on it?
  7. I have come across an "issue" where it seems you cannot create a Table of Contents within an EN Business Notebook for multiple Notes? I guess it has something to do with the way EN Business handles a Merge also? Where I had asked EN Support under Ticket# 228858 why when you create a Merge the Stacked Notebook is Brown as opposed to Business Grey indicating that the Business might not be able to see the Stack. Reply below from EN Support. This is a great question – and a good observation you've made. While you can stack Business Notebooks in your account, the top folder color will always be brown and note grey. This is because stacks / the act of stacking is a personal-viewing option only. In other words, if you have other people that are joined to your Business account, and they have access to the same Notebooks that you do, all users can independently stack the Notebooks however they choose. In short, Business stacks are not currently shareable throughout the account. Does this make sense? It's for this reason that I personally prefer to view my Notebooks in List View instead of Grid View. Anyone else see this and is it typical behaviour or a bug?
  8. I really enjoy being able to copy and paste note links within Evernote. This allows me to read through notes and quickly move to closely related notes. But the most useful thing about note links I have found is making table of contents for "books." I have a number of articles/books I am working on. I start with an outline in Evernote, and then create a new note for each point on the outline, inserting a link to that note in the outline. In the end I have a note that acts as a hot-linked table of contents. Here is what I'd like to see: a print option that would print all linked notes when printing a "table of contents." I would prefer it to "print" to a PDF (save as PDF) so that I could then view, e-mail, print, post, whatever. The printing option would work like this: You print a note with links and have the option to "print linked notes." If you check that off, the first thing to be printed would be the main-note (whichever you are printing, the TOC) and then in order of links, each of the linked notes. A few additional options would be: begin each note on new page/print continuously include page numbers (w/ options for each of the 6 usual places) include footer/header (options for main note "TOC" title as header/footer or each individual notes title as header/footer) include title page (maybe tricky, but using the title of the TOC, including some additional information like creator name, date? etc.) include page numbers in TOC (probably the most tricky option, but possible. Having the page numbers inserted after the hyperlinks. The hyperlinks are already being "noticed," so maybe it is possible to insert numbers after them corresponding to the pages that the notes will end up on. Maybe the user would need to insert some coded text after the hyperlinks that could be read by this print option.) Maybe there is even more that could be done here, but it seems this would be an excellent print option that would open up a number of possibilities.
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