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I am sorry if this is in the wrong spot.  I just downloaded the ChromeOS version of evernote.  On the web version I can link Google Docs is this missing in the ChromeOS version?

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Android,  Windows and Web are the only clients (AFAIK) with Google integrations as yet.  More coming...

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@Russ Edwards,

It would be nice to see this featured on Chromebooks. Currently you can accomplish this on the Web, but you should see this feature with the upcoming update to Chrome OS, which will let some Chromebooks load the Evernote for Android application directly from the Google Play Store.

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I can't find help on this anywhere in the Help section. As of Feb 9, 2017, I guess after an Evernote upgrade, my Evernote in Chrome only has a side bar on the left, and the rest of the page is blank. Firefox is OK.

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No idea sorry.  I am using the web version now since I need the google docs integration.  They need to put it into the ChromeOS until they do I am not using it.

 

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Thank you. I can try to load my notebooks from the L sidebar, but it just keeps spinning and nothing happens. boo.

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Hi @sdancer14 - Our team is aware of this issue and they are currently investigating it. In the meantime, you should be able to access your content normally using Firefox.

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