MikeSFV 0 Posted September 29, 2010 Share Posted September 29, 2010 I had been using Micrsoft Office Journal for the last couple of years. I was totally frustrated at my inability to sync my journal notes with the web and iphone. I stumbled across EN from a trainer at my local Apple retail store. I have only been using EN for the last 2 days but it looks like I will be totally converted very soon. The following are a couple of suggestions that have come up and I am sure I will be posting other ideas in the near future.When printing a note it would be great if the Date Created, Title, Notebook and Tags were included as a header to the note being printed. At a minimum these should be included manually and the alternative is to make the inclusion of these items optional.Microsoft Office Journal has a stop watch feature that I have grown to appreciate as I do charge most of my clients for my time. It would be nice to have this option in Evernotes. At least include this feature in a desktop version if not the mobile versions.In using the Winows Desktop version, it is very common for most programs to have a Save button under File in the Toolbar. When creating a new note, it looks like all you have to do is exit the note and it is saved automatically. while this is great, I guess I am holding on to the past and find it would be nice to be able to save or save and exit a note from the File item in the Toolbar.The other thing I am curious about is how old notes may be archived in the future. I tend to take a seperate note for each phone call or interaction I have with a client during the day. I can end up preparing anywhere from 20 to 30 notes during a single day. Over a couple of years this really adds up and of course it would be nice to have access to these notes for several years. Has any thought been given to possibly archiving these notes in PDF (which may not provide the attachments) or some other format that would take old notes out of the database and allow a user to keep them offline but still accessible.So far this is turning out to be one of the best productivity tools I have found and look forward to being part of future enhancements. Link to comment
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