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I don't understand why there is no recycle bin in the Android version. Very often there is a need to use it.

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I don't understand why there is no recycle bin in the Android version. Very often there is a need to use it.

Isn't there trash?

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May be there is. If yes, then please tell me how to access it.

Look for trash in notebooks. I don't use Android. But the three clients I use have it, so I'd guess Android has it as well.

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Interesting - there is no spoon trash in the notebook list,  so for parity with the rest of the clients I guess there should be.  But what do you use the trash for?  It's a useful safety net in case you delete the wrong thing,  but I wouldn't want to rely on it as a regular fallback...

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I can't find it, if it exists.  Notes deleted on Android do show up in the trash on the web.

 

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Gary

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Interesting - there is no spoon trash in the notebook list

No idea what you mean by "notebook". If it is with Windows, then trash IS THERE. Android - NOT.

 

Notes deleted on Android do show up in the trash on the web.

Exactly. They don't get lost. You can find them in trash on PC version or the web version. But on Android there is no way to view them

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Interesting - there is no spoon trash in the notebook list

No idea what you mean by "notebook". If it is with Windows, then trash IS THERE. Android - NOT.

 

?? "Notebook" means the container in Evernote that holds notes. In the Windows client, there's a Trash notebook in the notebook list (list of notebooks). Seems simple enough.

 

 

Notes deleted on Android do show up in the trash on the web.

Exactly. They don't get lost. You can find them in trash on PC version or the web version. But on Android there is no way to view them

 

Correct -- they get synced as deleted, but there's no Trash notebook on Android. Seems a bit like an oversight -- it would be useful to be able to view deleted notes on the device.

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What is the meaning of quoting the whole post? :o

Sorry, my practice of responding to specific pieces of a post sometimes leads to messing up the "quote" tags. Sorry about that -- I fixed it.

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Oh, I aplogize too, for not understanding that you were speaking about Evernote notebooks :) It is because of me using localized version

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