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REQUEST: Real spreadsheet features


M-Rick

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I agree Evernote does not provide a real spreadsheet feature; possibly why it's not called Everspreadsheet
I also don't think Evernote provides a real word processing feature, a real art drawing feature, .....

As well as an editor providing basic features, there is a limitation with the note format (enml/html)
I really don't want to see Evernote bloated as an excel and word processing replacement

My solution is to switch to dedicated editors; Excel/Numbers, Word/Pages, ....
I store the documents as attachments to a note.  Evernote works well with office/iwork attachments

 

 

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Quip is more advanced while remaining simple to use. And it is more lightweight and faster.
Just give it a try first, then you can say.

An attachment is not editable, so useless in mobility. It's an old fashioned way to work in 2018.

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I used Quip briefly - good product,  but overall not worth my changing from Evernote.  Plus I do photography (via Lightroom and other stuff);  Internet (via HTML and FTP apps);  databasing with (most recently) Airtable;  spreadsheets and presentations via Office;  and various other things using specialist software...  I'd rather use existing proven specialist products that are industry standards with sharable file types,  than fumble my way through endless menu trees learning how to use a similar Evernote clone that probably won't be as good...

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