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AdamE

Multiple Open Notes (Tabs)

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Hello!

First off, I love Evernote. Thank you for everything you do. 

One (huge) pain point I have while using Evernote is working around only being able to have one note open at a time. On web, it's easy enough to work around by opening Evernote in multiple browser tabs, but on a desktop client, there's not even a workaround. 

I don't know anyone, including myself, who sits on one note at a time while doing serious work. Currently, with no back button and no option to view more than one note at a time, I find myself often avoiding even going back into Evernote to look for something, or navigate within it. 

This would be a game changer! 

 

Thanks,

Adam

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I'm using a Mac and have back<>forward arrows.
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I can open multiple notes, each in their own window, or under tabs in a single window

 

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8 minutes ago, AdamE said:

Hello!

First off, I love Evernote. Thank you for everything you do. 

One (huge) pain point I have while using Evernote is working around only being able to have one note open at a time. On web, it's easy enough to work around by opening Evernote in multiple browser tabs, but on a desktop client, there's not even a workaround. 

I don't know anyone, including myself, who sits on one note at a time while doing serious work. Currently, with no back button and no option to view more than one note at a time, I find myself often avoiding even going back into Evernote to look for something, or navigate within it. 

This would be a game changer! 

 

Thanks,

Adam

In Windows you can double click on a note to open it in its own window. 

Right click on the EN toolbar and you can customize the toolbar and add the forward and backward icons.

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As far as I know, EN Win does not have note tabs as EN Mac appears to have (pretty cool!).

I use the 2 features described below:

16 hours ago, CalS said:

In Windows you can double click on a note to open it in its own window. 

Right click on the EN toolbar and you can customize the toolbar and add the forward and backward icons.

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In addition, if you have a mouse with forward and back buttons, you can configure those to activate the forward and back icons in EN. If you have note links connecting related notes, this makes it very quick and easy to navigate through the notes using the mouse's forward/back buttons.

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