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My suggestions for Evernote (student view)


Lucas G. Pamplona

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Hello, it is a great pleasure to be able to offer suggestions for you, developers of our dear elephant. First of all, I would like to introduce myself: I am a regular student, which I use EVERNOTE as the center of my studies (notebook / binders) and for other everyday matters. Because of this, the program is something basic for me and I am a regular user. Secondly, I would like to highlight some improvements that I believe are very important: 1) When returning to a closed note, go back to where you recently closed it (a very common system in PDF readers, for example) => I believe that such functionality is very useful for those who explore a thematic note (as a subject for study), which, in turn, has a good character length. 2) Tool to insert shortcuts manually => This would be fantastic for all users, considering that it would fulfill the role of satisfying the particularity of each one. In my case, there are some shortcuts that, unfortunately, coincide with one already pre-installed on my machine, such as CTRL + ALT + H (and that I would love to have the clicks available for such a function) 3) Have a schedule for specific texts => This would be very useful for specific checkouts and that should indicate tasks to be performed on a certain day and time 4) Evernote Clipper has an editor like Microsoft Edge => Scratch the screen, for example (that would be fantastic) 5) The text markup has specific shortcuts; for example, selecting a particular passage and pressing Ctrl + 8 would make it underlined in blue; the same process, but with Ctrl + 9 it would already turn pink; and so on, ... 6) Search on Windows also perform a search for notes (more agile) → Process similar to Google

 

Once I saw that in Notion, your rival program, there is the possibility to expand / collect the titles. A similar process with Ctrl + Shift + B would be very good

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