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Display recently access note


solrz

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Hello there, it's seems to me that I often access same note again and again.

Would adding a space displaying recent used note useful?

Or a alternative way that sorting note in "last open time".

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If you're editing the note in any way,  then the 'updated date' would give you recent traffic.  If it's just a reference note a saved search would be instantly available to jump to it each time,  and I tend to put notes I'm using currently into a WIP notebook so they're all close to hand.  Having a 'recent notes' feature is just something else to use up screen space - especially if you're only using a small display for access.

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29 minutes ago, solrz said:

Hello there, it's seems to me that I often access same note again and again.

Would adding a space displaying recent used note useful?

Or a alternative way that sorting note in "last open time".

You can add forward and backward arrows to your toolbar, if they aren't there already.  Right click on the tool bar and select Customize Toolbar.  Example below.

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1 hour ago, solrz said:

Hello there, it's seems to me that I often access same note again and again.

Would adding a space displaying recent used note useful?

Or a alternative way that sorting note in "last open time".

You have a shortcuts function where you can pin notes that you use again and again.

Regarding recently displayed notes, there is no such function.

I did however create this thread just a few days ago:

 

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That feature is available in the Android Evernote widget (but not in the main app).  Don't know of any other way to get last viewed sorting.

Personally I use all the above suggestions, plus tagging the titles of some notes with an underscore plus one character, so that I can search for all such notes easily, like so: P_

Examples: P_PROJECT LIST, P_JobSearch, etc.

 

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