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W.D.Benschop

Feature request: Create and Edit table in android app

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Full table support would be great, but even just the ability to edit existing tables in the mobile app would be a huge improvement. Add / remove row / column buttons are all we need.

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I agree. They should make it like the PC version where you can drag the rows/columns and press the dots on the top/side to make a new row/column

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    I'm very surprised that a such so important feature is not available in the Android version ! I decided to use a 4G tablet to stay connected everywhere with my data and to be more agile, but it's now very disturbing to loose the full edition of tables due to the android version... Please could you upgrade your product ? Thank you so much for your understanding and support. Kind Regards, H.M.

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Agreed that this is needed.  Where I work I am unable to access my notebooks on my work PC due to compliance so I can only edit and update from my phone.  It is a lot of redundant work to have to do this after hours when it is something that I am purposely tracking during the day as events happen.

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On 12/26/2018 at 6:03 AM, Hervé M. said:

    I'm very surprised that a such so important feature is not available in the Android version ! I decided to use a 4G tablet to stay connected everywhere with my data and to be more agile, but it's now very disturbing to loose the full edition of tables due to the android version... Please could you upgrade your product ? Thank you so much for your understanding and support. Kind Regards, H.M.

Hello Hervé M.,

Loose means something not tight. Loose for lose is a too common misspelling. Think lose, loss, lost, losing, all contain one o letter. Hope that helps you

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On 2/3/2020 at 4:06 PM, RicD said:

Hello Hervé M.,

Loose means something not tight. Loose for lose is a too common misspelling. Think lose, loss, lost, losing, all contain one o letter. Hope that helps you

To lose is correct spelling. But the guy asked a technical question to which he needs the answer, correcting grammar is not the solution.

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Have the developers said anything about this requested feature recently? I often use tables to organize my information, and I frequently work on my Android phone and will soon have a tablet. This is an important feature, and it should be consistent between desktop and mobile clients. Evernote developers, please add tables to the mobile client. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

Edited by Leah_73
To fix my typo - I typed 'clients' instead of 'client'

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My understanding is that currently the Web editor for Evernote is being used as a testing ground for future developments in the editors across platforms. The Web beta has very nice table functions, so I'm hoping that this will progress to the Android app. The Behind the Scenes videos have some interesting stuff.

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On 10/21/2016 at 5:29 AM, W.D.Benschop said:

Dear Developers,

It should help me if I could create and edit tables in the android app. I use tables in the desktop app. But because I cannot edit or create them using the app, I often decides not to create a table, because I cannot add a row or such

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Dear developers

I see comments in the forums back to 2014, and this request back to 2016. 

This really is a useful feature on the android. I had started using Evernote regularly, but this is quite a barrier as already noted.

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Dear All,

 

This is a very important feature required to manage from Mobile Android add rows or manage Tables.

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