Aaron Cole 1 Posted September 19, 2014 Share Posted September 19, 2014 I'm a recent convert to Evernote and am very happy with the product overall. The one glaring exception is To-Do lists and how you interact with them on mobile. I created a Grocery list recently and headed off to the store. All was good until I went to check off the first item and found that you have to tap the checkbox to mark an item is "done". Otherwise, EN thinks you want to edit the item. This might be OK on a desktop, but when my big fat thumb is the pointer, that's asking a bit much. On the web there is the concept of inputs and labels. Selecting either will change the state of the input. I suggest that EN have implicit "Add" and "Edit" buttons on a To-Do note. This way a user's intentions are clear. Change the state of an item, edit the entire note, or add a new item. Thoughts? Sidenote: I know there are many wonderful dedicated apps for managing lists, but this seems like something EN should be able to do well. Link to comment
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