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  1. Frankly, I don't think that Evernote had any intention of being a full-fledged to-do application, either by developing it themselves or by acquisition. It's not really what they do, and they don't seem to want to compete in that space. They eventually added reminders as a simple feature which integrates in with their existing system & search (a reminder *is* a note, remember), and that they gauged would work for some significant portion of their users, and left it at that, at least for now.
    2 points
  2. Clipping web pages is a great feature, but it's now quite tedious to get back to the original page from within the note. The old interface provided a link to the page at the top of the note (which opened in a new tab), but now it's hidden in the note info. That wouldn't be too bad, but the URL is in a text box, meaning we can't click it to go to the page - it has to be manually copied and pasted into a new tab. Please add a faster way to get from a note to the original page! Steve.
    1 point
  3. I am a Mac user, latest OS X and latest Evernote. I tried just that: resizing images inline in the note. No amount of resizing seemed to have any effect on the selection of thumbnail image.
    1 point
  4. For people in business already using Evernote, Work Chat may be a natural extension of what made them choose Evernote in the first place. If the features that made Evernote appealing in the first place -- great clipping, document capturing, no-muss storage, organization and retrieval -- remain, then I don't see the problem; it's just a more collaborative knowledge sharing environment. Maybe eventually, beyond that, they'll see (and meet) the need for more advanced task management in that new direction, but that's not what they're talking about now.
    1 point
  5. I totally hear what you're saying... that's why it takes quite a lot of tinkering to wangle a full-on task management solution out of Evernote. Here is one of a couple of posts I made to that effect (using the reminder list): http://www.productivitymashup.com/blog/2014/10/16/kanban-calendar-evernote-series-2-of-5 Also, worth noting, the system I propose is quite an unusual one, and at the same time does away with the necessity of recurring due dates (looking at the "Kanban Calendar" system dynamics in any app, really). However, it is not for everyone - and in that sense, recurring remin
    1 point
  6. Evernote's API is already available to anyone who wants to integrate (https://dev.evernote.com/). They push it pretty aggressively, too: developer's conferences, advertising on the Evernote Market. And it's the same API that Evernote uses for its clients, as well.
    1 point
  7. Now that WOULD be a good idea, Jeff. A lot of feature requests (or complaints about specific features) are scattered through so many different threads, many of which are actually about something else such as the ones you mention for example. A Feature Request area would serve to focus on those things. Oh, and by the way - I hate black turtle necks... (Yes, I do know you were kidding) And I'd better shut up, as I'm cluttering up my own thread!
    1 point
  8. This thread is probably one of the most important threads in the history of this forum, because for the first time, Premium Users, Power Users and even some of the Evangelists have come about openly expressing their displeasure on various issues regarding to Evernote, almost unanimously in one thread. The irony is that almost all the users here, are the ones who were almost vocal supporters of the product and have helped grow the product in their own small ways. I have to thank the Evangelists ( no matter, how much I am against them in other threads), who pain stakingly reply to every newbie o
    1 point
  9. I don't know why we haven't seen any posts from Evernote employees in this thread. I think it really leads to more and more misunderstandings and mistrust. At this point it seems that we are feeding on the negativity of one another. IAC, I wanted to share this post by EN employee Jackolicious, who now may be known as "The Cricket" Hey folks, cricket here: I'm glad to see this discussion in the Mac forum. Our power users are everything to us. We (the Evernote team) are all power users too. I have 5 digits worth of notes and was growing frustrated too. We are working on it.
    1 point
  10. I had the same problem, it could not find the msi file to uninstall the older version to install the newer version, and I couldn't get Evernote running anymore!!! Luckily Evernote keeps a copy of the installation .exe file in the below folder, run the installation file for you current version of Evernote (should be the one previous version of the latest one), it will install your current version again which will fix the msi file. Then run the latest version file to update to the latest version of Evernote. C:\Users\Your Folder\AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\AutoUpdate
    1 point
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