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My local notebooks have disappeared from my Mac client. I upgraded EN (as per the auto update) a couple of days ago. Any suggestions as to how to get these back?

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3 minutes ago, DavidD said:

My local notebooks have disappeared from my Mac client. I upgraded EN (as per the auto update) a couple of days ago. Any suggestions as to how to get these back?

Be definition, the notebooks are local to your Mac and are not backed up by Evernote.

Do you have any personal backups?  Time Machine?

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1 minute ago, DTLow said:

Be definition, the notebooks are local to your Mac and are not backed up by Evernote.

Do you have any personal backups?  Time Machine?

I do have TM although I am not sure how to actually use it to get these back...

Wouldn't the notes also be wherever EN stores them on my HD such that I could get them back that way?

Does EN Mac still support local notebooks? I noticed that when I try and create a new notebook I don't get the option to make it local.

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Just now, DavidD said:

I do have TM although I am not sure how to actually use it to get these back...

I can walk you through that.  The first step is to locate your database folder

Hold down the option key, click on menu Help > Troubleshooting > Open Database Folder

>>Does EN Mac still support local notebooks? 

Yes, Local Notebooks are still supported.  Hold down the option key when pressing menu File

Evernote made it a little less easy; too many users were creating and losing Local Notebooks

All users with Local Notebooks should have backups in place

 

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3 minutes ago, DTLow said:

Hold down the option key, click on menu Help > Troubleshooting > Open Database Folder

 

THANK YOU

Done.

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