wesvangel 0 Posted September 19, 2013 Share Posted September 19, 2013 I am a teacher and I'm having my students record themselves speaking in an Evernote note and submitting it to me via Edmodo. The problem that I'm having is that I can not listen to what they have recorded unless I save every individual note into my own notebook. I know Evernote uses .wav files for the recordings, so shouldn't any mobile browser be able to handle them? Neither Chrome nor Safari allow me to play back the .wav files at all (play symbol crossed out like a No Smoking sign)Is this a general limitation of mobile browsers? Are Evernote notes, although web-based, displayed differently in mobile browsers? I guess I just don't understand why I have to save each note and open it up in Evernote if they are just rich text and .wav files. Doesn't seem to make much sense. Any info would be greatly appreciated, as this severely limits my efficiency in grading assignments. A sample assignment is one like this:https://www.evernote.com/shard/s50/sh/a2db313f-93ef-4d1f-bc52-1201a0a3aeae/75616ce4cc2abfe0f605539e7bf85329Thanks! Link to comment
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