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Hello everyone.

 

I'm using evernote windows client at my office.

 

Yesterday I customized some interface of the windows client. Like view, tag shortcut, toolbar, etc.

 

And I also use evernote in my home with evernote windows client.

 

So I just wonder how can I copy my settings of windows client of my office to my windows client of my home?

 

I tried to find settings file, but I can't find one.

 

Anyway, Thank you.

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Hello everyone.

 

I'm using evernote windows client at my office.

 

Yesterday I customized some interface of the windows client. Like view, tag shortcut, toolbar, etc.

 

And I also use evernote in my home with evernote windows client.

 

So I just wonder how can I copy my settings of windows client of my office to my windows client of my home?

 

I tried to find settings file, but I can't find one.

 

Anyway, Thank you.

AFAIK, settings must be set individually on each computer.

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Hello everyone.

 

I'm using evernote windows client at my office.

 

Yesterday I customized some interface of the windows client. Like view, tag shortcut, toolbar, etc.

 

And I also use evernote in my home with evernote windows client.

 

So I just wonder how can I copy my settings of windows client of my office to my windows client of my home?

 

I tried to find settings file, but I can't find one.

 

Anyway, Thank you.

AFAIK, settings must be set individually on each computer.

 

How convenient!

 

I know I can capture my screen of evernote client in my office, and then, go to my home PC..... and.....phew.....

 

Anyway, thank you, BurgersNFries.

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Mostly Evernote uses the registry to persist UI settings, as best I can tell. You can certainly export registry settings and import them on another machine, but I'd be really, really certain I knew what I was doing. SPG Scott's Evernote Help shared notebook (https://www.evernote.com/pub/spgscott/evernote-help) has some clues as to what might be useful in that endeavor.

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