MuddyDuck 1 Posted November 25, 2015 Share Posted November 25, 2015 Having spent literally hours trawling through Work Chat related posts here, am finally resorting to posting this thread...I have recently started using Work Chat, as part of my ramping up my use of Evernote. I love the ease with which a note can be shared with others using Work Chat.HOWEVER it seems very crude in its implementation, especially in the way that all chats to a specific Evernote user appear to just get dumped into the same Work Chat 'bucket'Maybe I am doing something fundamentally wrong?But what I want to do when clicking 'New Chat' is exactly that - create a new chat thread. Not just append my new chat to the end of an existing chat thread with that person. Especially as I can already do that through the Work Chat folder anyway.For example, I have a graphic designer that I work with. She comes up with various images and icons for me for different projects.So I would like to be able to share a design spec note with her via Work Chat for each distinct project, and then record our interactions as we go through the development process for each project.What I DON'T really want to do, is have just one Work Chat 'bucket' with her, where all our interactions on all projects get dumped. That would be very confusing and messy, as we can have 10 or more projects on the go at any one time...On a possible related note, I did come across an earlier thread from MCheng (Evernote Employee) who was hinting that he was exploring a means to possibly name Work Chat threads.If a 'New Chat' could be individually named against a particular user or users, that would be greatIf the link for any shared document within that named work chat could also be copied into the other persons Evernote, that would put the cherry on top for me.So does anyone know whether the named Work Chat feature is still being worked on? Anyway I hope that the above makes sense, and thanks in advance for any help or feedback...Andy Link to comment
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.