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    Hello friends, I need some nice software for organising my class notes. Please help! Best regards Tony
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    Hi. I hope that your son and father are enjoying the Nexus 7. I don't think that Evernote staff will release information about their roadmap. You can infer an answer to your question, though, from this position advertised on their website http://evernote.com/careers/job.php?job=o5apWfwk I wish that I knew of a good alternative. I have never had much luck with handwriting on Android, but it seems that the device I used in the past had a bad reputation for handwriting support, so I am hoping i will have a better experience with the Nexus 7. I'll update this thread if I come across anything. Your son and father should know, though, that Google Play has a 15 minute grace period between downloading an app and being charged for the purchase (something Apple ought to have!), so they can try anything they would like.
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    Oh, I apologize! I was in such a hurry I didn't think of sharing the note. This is the link: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s225/sh/3be1d085-1fd3-4e08-b16f-13ad1536363b/57ce514a20bc2358103151e98896ddd1 I am using Version 3.2 (public). I notice the difference in the versions. Could my old version be the reason why I can't make new notebooks/ update notebooks?
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    SInce I installed Mountain Lion, all seems well now.
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    I agree. The US system of dates is not terribly useful for me inside Evernote. Well, not in the real world either
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    I want to say thank you as well! Just installed the update tonight.
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    We're still waiting on approval on this, and an external link is unavailable. But it's coming!
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    I'll move this to the Android forum... carry on as usual
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    Just updated to official 3.2.0 and the bug is gone. Thank you for fixing this!
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    My son and I have started using Evernote for his GCSEs in the UK with great success. We have a system now that is delivering him straight As in the subjects that he is using it in. All GCSE revision notes are supplied by the BBC site Bitesize and we both use Android phones and he has a Studyblue Flash Card account and Scan Droid on his smartphone. It goes like this. I webclip in Chrome the material for his subjects from BBC Bitesize. He edits them using material he has written down from school. We both create Flash Cards using Studyblue for that material. We have agreed on sets of 1 hour each. These are broken up into 40mins editing the Evernotes and creating Flashcards. 10 Mins Flashcard testing and 10 mins break. He does 2 sets per nights and 4 sets each Weekend. He has a countdown of how many sets he has left before the exams making it psychologically more positive as a he ticks off sets done and sees the work diminish and not think that it has to increase as he get's closer to exams. At the end of each week we go over the balance of "sets" in what subjects that he has done and needs to do. Moves it around his normal school work and then plan the week ahead. He can access all these notes on his mobile and take Flash Card tests whenever and wherever he wants. He "hides" Flash Cards he knows well and slowly reduces down to the most difficult. He Evernotes questions for the teacher so he doesn't forget and has now started using it to record stuff he wants to save for and stuff that he needs that he then shares with me. He is now less stressed about school work. He can look up any note he ever needs for school. The teachers now allow him to use his mobile during revision sessions and he takes it in turn with a study partner to test each other on the flash cards. I can monitor all his work. See weak areas. Have shared notebooks for To Dos and monitor his progress. We have been using this system along with Mindjet Mindmap apps for 6 weeks now. His grades have improved and we even have a better relationship as there are less miss communications and more support. All this and I live 300 miles away from him and just see him in the holidays. His mother is pleased as she has seen the results. Thanks Evernote and I know we will be finding new ways to use this in the years ahead.
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