DeltaVictorBravo 0 Posted November 8, 2012 Share Posted November 8, 2012 I finally found out what that strange icon on the iPad note editing view is, with the little paragraph marker... it lets me rapidly format a line as a "Header", "Subheader", etc... Awesome! Really helps with visual cueing... I'll do that with all my notes!So back at the desk, open a new note, want to organize my day with those nifty headers...??Nothing. Just a manual font size/color selection, but no similar tool. If it's there, it certainly isn't obvious. How annoying! One of Evernote's key strengths is the "enter anywhere, access everywhere" aspect of it... so Interface consistency across contexts is a fundamental usability issue for human interface, and would not be difficult for such things.Another example is linking to other notes. Desktop version allows me to grab a hyperlink to another note, and paste into a new note. Can't do that on iPad or iPhone... so the usefulness for planning (setting an agenda with resources linked) is SEVERELY limited.I love the EN concept, and am happily a premium user-- But this is kind of a "death of a thousand stings" issue to have so many small things bother you many times a day. Stuff like this drives me batty, and keeps me looking for alternatives that have worked out such basics.Others:Automatically naming notes by current calendar entry stopped working on iPad about 3 updates ago.Divider line an option on Deskop, not mobile"Flickering" of the thumbnails while editing on mobile... new to about 3 updates ago. Hasn't gone away.The iPad has a button with a little exlamation point in it (!)... not obvious at all that this is for "highlighting"-- a small colored box or icon with a highlighter on it would be more intuiitive-- and there is again no equivalent on the desktop version. As far as I can tell, there isn't even a way to do this on the desktop version. It makes it hard to have any consistent formatting scheme in my notes, which in turn makes them less usable (no consistent visual rules that I can make, propagating the consistency problems in the interface).Other than this forum, is there a formal way to suggest these issues be addressed? Link to comment
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