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  1. I agree that the shortcuts on the toolbar at the top were readily accessible in the Win version. However, I like the ability to have many more shortcuts in the left panel - the top panel will eventually run out of space, but was very useful for the shortcuts I used commonly. This included quick links to certain notebooks, searches that I use commonly, etc. So, Evernote, please can we have both?
    2 points
  2. The PC version allows to sort by tag. This is very helpful if using the GTD (Get Things Done / thesecretweapon.org) to prioritize tasks. The Android client has View Options of Sort by create date, update date, title, city, county and notebook. My request is to add Tag. I am keying an identical request for the web/Chrome client. Thank you, AndyP
    1 point
  3. Checking off boxes in an Evernote list on an iOS device is one of the most consistently frustrating things I do with my phone. Tapping a checkbox requires a great deal of precision; worse, if you miss the box, the on-screen keyboard appears, which you then have to tap to dismiss before again trying to tap the box you were aiming for. I have average or perhaps slightly smaller than average fingers, and average or perhaps slightly greater than average dexterity, and yet it is not uncommon for me to miss the checkbox I'm aiming for 2, 3, 4 times in succession (My all-time record: 7 consecutive
    1 point
  4. The biggest thing is menus. I can drag "Personal Folders" to the toolbar and now I have a dropdown to quickly navigate to other notebooks. Same with Business Notebooks. Plus, the toolbar is visible 100% of the time. Shortcuts are only visible if the left panel is visible and you are scrolled to the top or wherever your Shortcut section is. You are correct that with the toolbar you are limited by the width of your screen. I've never advocated getting rid of the Shortcuts in v5. Just bring the toolbar back (it was there in very early builds) to restore some of the functionality lost.
    1 point
  5. FactMan and Marepinta, exactly! My work habits involved 4 shortcuts that I used, not just daily, but constantly. 1.) Shortcut to position cursor on today's most current note 2.) Shortcut to find notes in my default inbox Notebook 3.) Shortcut to find notes with unchecked checkboxes 4.) Shortcut to find Evernote search grammar rules
    1 point
  6. there is the million-dollar-question ... no one is saying, please remove any changes ... please take away the left panel. What we are saying is this: If this has been the subject of discussion for quite some time ... why can't we have both? The space where the favorites used to be drag-able is now empty. Why can't we choose to put whatever fits into that space? If you don't want to use it, don't. But why is it so important that all users be forced to change their work habits?
    1 point
  7. It's not a question of whether we all agree about what these were called. Or whether Evernote actually intended to remove the favorites bar cross-platform. The real question here is ... now that Evernote is aware of how many of us really preferred that little top bar ... why not add it back? What reason caused it to be deleted? Something important ... like ... it was causing coding conflicts or the like? or was it just some developer/designer's idea to take it off because it looks 'cleaner' and duplicates the left sidebar? Because ... if that's the reason ... bring it back and make it
    1 point
  8. If it isn't possible to make checkboxes bigger (and I can't imagine why it wouldn't be) another (worse) solution would be to provide an option to temporarily disable the keyboard so it does not pop up.
    1 point
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