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Grammarly within Evernote


Felkyr

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Hello to all, 

I have a huge usage of writing in Evernote, and Today An idea just crash on me. 

I love to write and have been writing at Evernote Application Platform, I would pretty much appreciate and pretty exciting to see the collaboration or even having a grammar function that helps in my grammar writing, in this way, not only I could store all my writing, proposals, ideas, blog posts or any editorial in Evernote, It also helps to curate and guide my grammar along the way. 

Would like to have a Grammer Function! 

 

 

 

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Evernote is not a full word processor, and who believes he utterly needs spell and grammar checking capabilities should use something else.

It is perfectly possible to have these documents organized in Evernote. When you have to edit it, open it inside of EN with the source program (like Word or Pages), do your editing, and simply close the document. It will automatically be saved into the note in EN where it came from.

For note taking EN is perfectly working, and for this task permanent checking and correcting is more of a nuisance than a feature. The new editor features like headers and better checklists are far more important than dotting the last „i“ and crossing the last „t“.

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This has been open for 2.5 years and I am very surprised there are no updates on this. It seems like a disservice to your users in such a saturated market to not consider this type of integration for the Desktop App or not have an update for your users.

 

Are there any updates?

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please pink elephant, taking good notes and spelling things correctly are boons to productivity. evernotes core goal should be aiding people to be more productive. basically evernote has been playing catchup for years and this is a feature that by now most other productivity based web apps have...also it's an integration and not building something from scratch. if a competitor had courted me with an easy way to transfer all my notes and had things like grammerly integration then i'd jump ship. evernote has just be historically slow at new features.

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I must now be the 1,000,000th person to make a comment on this board making it crystal clear that your beloved, loyal, and much-needed Subscribers want Grammarly integration into Evernote.

Grammarly, what's taking you so long? I love you, but you need to grow.

Edited by ArtyFarter
correction of a fact pertianing to my personal subscription level.
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4 hours ago, ArtyFarter said:

I must now be the 1,000,000th person to make a comment on this board ...

 

54 minutes ago, dgadoury said:

1,000,001 - PLEASE!!

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I actually just updated my subscription to pro, thinking Grammarly would work, alas, if it doesn't, it's kind of deal breaker for me. I need my work flow to have as little program hopping as problem, or my ADHD will get the best of me. 

 

I feel if it were going to happen, it probably would have happened, being that these thread requests date back a 1 1/2 years.

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Think about this everyday. Grammarly has so many useful tools that I would love to be able to use within Evernote. Including the ability to double click a word and see its definitions along with other options. This is the biggest reason I would want it, that feature currently lives on the Web Extension version of the app.

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I am not sure that developers really will implement this feature, even if it takes 1000 votes. 
Because:
1 it difficult to implement and integrate with external js scripts. Or it is difficult to make new partnership
2 they to lazy and have Low performance (Evernote grow very slowly)

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This feature would be a lifesaver and is really the missing piece (at least for me personally) to make Evernote my go-to for all writing. Please make this happen!!

 

Not that I'll be holding my breath, as it seems this has been on the potential features & pending requests list for years already....

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I would LOVE for this to happen soon, too.  It's part of the reason why I'm not using Evernote as much anymore.  It's annoying to have to go back and forth copy-pasting.  This would mae life so much easier since I really love Evernote's interface and folder/tags organizations.  Please please please make this happen!

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1 hour ago, RAB7 said:

Please add Grammarly to Evernote! The one feature that will make evernote whole.

Grammarly is a useful product, I've used it in my writing
but how is it "the one feature that will make evernote whole"   
afaik  The integrated evernote editor is "whole"; but additional features would be welcome    
I use it as an editor for notes

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it is almost 2021 and this "idea" has still not made it into your product? No wonder people are beginning to find other places for their note taking to be done. This is a no-brainer and the fact it is not done, is because you're being protectionist, rather than forward thinking. You will not be able to build this tool yourselves, so you should have embraced this years ago. It also seems like the right strategy to adopt, as open-sourcing your environment, will likely yield cool new features created by your community, when you seem to struggle with the creative process. This product, and has not changed from: note-taking tool, since its beginning. Yes, you do other things, but in no way have you made the product a leader in any other category in the last ... 6-8 years?

Get the grammarly integration done already 

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Evernote needs Grammarly integration. It's been four years since the this thread began and it's still not even being seriously considered, let alone integrated into Evernote. I'd call it a misstep or an oversight on Evernote's part if it I thought you were unaware that it's a feature users want, but for whatever reason Evernote doesn't appear to be open to integration. There are so many ways that Evernote could be better, Grammarly integration among them, but it's like the company wants its product to be substandard. It almost feels silly to even ask or encourage new features or functionality at this point. I mean, we've actually lost features since the update.

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I was looking for that answer. It would definitely put Evernote to a whole other level, I do so many mistakes on my texts I am not a native English, and I write so much on Evernote my grammar would improve and my instructions would be more understandable and better formulated.

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I do not get those against the idea of having the option of using Grammarly integration in the Evernote desktop client. For those who want simplicity over functionality, I'm sure notepad would be great place for taking simple notes. If you are using Evernote then you are already head first into doing something more with your notes. I can't comprehend Evernote being in the same vein as stereotypical Notepad note taker. Not ever was this their direction. Full Grammarly integration would ensure a clearer notetaking experience for those interested. 

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49 minutes ago, zork said:

I do not get those against the idea of having the option of using Grammarly integration in the Evernote desktop client.

Why do you think there's "those against the idea"
My only concern is the priority for limited development resources
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As a software engineer myself, how has nobody responded to anything on this thread? Even a "hey, we have it on the roadmap" I think would suffice.

For everyone that needs this support, I have uninstalled my desktop version and just saved Evernote Web App as a Bookmark in Chrome. Grammarly seems to be working fine in the web app.

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