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Right click! To create, read, update, delete...?


Skystar84

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Hi, my proposition very simple. Every time when I'm working with this beautiful application, I want to right click on notebook, on note, etc. to get additional possibilities such as create, read, update, delete notebook, notes...

I mean to change context menu. It will be much more comfortable for using.

Thx!

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2 hours ago, Skystar84 said:

Hi, my proposition very simple. Every time when I'm working with this beautiful application, I want to right click on notebook, on note, etc. to get additional possibilities such as create, read, update, delete notebook, notes...

I mean to change context menu. It will be much more comfortable for using.

Evernote/Mac has a right-click context menu1034206464_ScreenShot2018-12-04at09_20_10.png.9a3d38bff214048ddd9824c6eb89c1a0.png977326257_ScreenShot2018-12-04at09_19_26.png.db3f87b082c048de8fd531f912fb0b37.png

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15 hours ago, jefito said:

Windows? Mac? Web?

This functionality certainly exists in the Evernote for Windows application.

 

15 hours ago, DTLow said:

Evernote/Mac has a right-click context menu1034206464_ScreenShot2018-12-04at09_20_10.png.9a3d38bff214048ddd9824c6eb89c1a0.png977326257_ScreenShot2018-12-04at09_19_26.png.db3f87b082c048de8fd531f912fb0b37.png

Sorry that I'm not described before... 

Of course we need this feature exactly for WEB! 

Because context menu Evernote has by default for Mac, Windows...

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Came here specifically to request this idea. If I am not on my personal laptop and am at work on a company PC, I would like to have better control of my notes when using the Web version of evernote. Very simple feature with huge improvement in user experience

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So, for the sake of clarity, let's recap:

  • feature requested is a custom context menu on Evernote for web
  • feature is present on Evernote for Windows and Evernote for Mac

Should be do-able on web. Here is a post on how to implement it (for dev, not for end-users).

I'd love that too.

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