MJG 15 Posted September 6, 2013 Share Posted September 6, 2013 I love Evernote, in part because it is accessible across ALL platforms (the Windows desktop I use at work, the iMac I use at home and the iPhone and iPad I use in between.) It is a little mystifying, however, that there is no consistency on even some very basic features or functions that are included (or not) in each version. Case in point: I find it very useful to be able to insert a time stamp within the body of a note. In long meetings it is a way to keep track of what issues consumed how much time. If it is a discrete project where I need to track and account for time, it let's me capture start and stop times on project areas. I also keep a daily log of phone calls, drop in meetings, etc. in a single note - where the event did not last long enough to warrant a separate note of its own. (Meetings, events or conversations that did get long enough to go in a separate note are linked in that day's daily log.) So a quick key stroke or two that would insert the time into the body of the note is something I would highly value. But the actual situation in Evernote is mixed: I can insert the time into a note on my iMac (Alt-Shift-Command-D)I cannot insert just the time on Windows. I am forced to insert full date AND time (Crtl-Semicolon)I cannot insert time at all on the iOS applications. So, the same basic feature, I can do it on one platform, sort of but not quite on another, and not at all on a third. Link to comment
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