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#1 kinson

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Posted 21 April 2013 - 09:56 AM

Hi Guys,

 

I recently switched from an iPhone to Android. What I used to do in iOS was to use a bookmarklet to save the articles I wanted to Pocket, and then from Pocket, I'd export it to Evernote. That worked fine for me.

 

Now in Android, I share the articles from my browser to Pocket (works fine), but when I find that the article is good in Pocket and I share it to Evernote, it loses all it's formatting and images, and everything is in plain text. This basically makes it pretty tough to read.

 

I end up sharing to Evernote, going back to my desktop, re-opening the link in a browser and saving it to Evernote again, which is pretty silly.

 

Is anybody encountering a similar issue and have any solution to this?

 

Thanks a lot!

 

Cheers,

Matt



#2 Mark Brough

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Posted 06 June 2013 - 09:32 PM

I suspect you'll find that the problem is not with Pocket, but with the way in which Evernote for Android handles text formatting. Namely, it loses it or mangles it. A similar post:

http://discussion.ev...ote-formatting/

#3 Brian Woods

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 07:30 PM

Not sure which browser you are using, but, have you tried to share directly to Evernote from your current browser to see if the problem persists or try a different browser such as "dolphin browser", which has a lot of add-ons, including for Evernote and Pocket. Hope this helps.





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