I'm an engineering student, and I use evernote for taking notes. A thing that would really improve evernote for me is having proper support for math equations, something like being able to mark a block of text as "Math" (like in format > style > code block), being able to type in ascii math, and have it display the equations nicely and neatly, using inline text as well.

OneNote has even more advanced capabilities, like actually being able to do calculations inside a document, though that's not particularly interesting to me.

It would be very nice to have basic math and equations support across Evernote.

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## rushfan 1

Hi,

I'm an engineering student, and I use evernote for taking notes. A thing that would really improve evernote for me is having proper support for math equations, something like being able to mark a block of text as "Math" (like in format > style > code block), being able to type in ascii math, and have it display the equations nicely and neatly, using inline text as well.

All the other note taking software that I can think of supports some sort of math input. Here's Dropbox Paper, Apple Pages, Microsoft Office, and Google Docs.

OneNote has even more advanced capabilities, like actually being able to do calculations inside a document, though that's not particularly interesting to me.

It would be very nice to have basic math and equations support across Evernote.

Thanks

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