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  1. I'm sure for Evernote to woo many of us over from other pen-driven, note-taking apps, we're all going to start asking for our "favorite feature" from the completing apps. For me, my request is for the ability to hand annotate PDFs. Annotating in Evernote is fine, but some of us are less keyboard-driven than others. With thanks for all you do.
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  2. Hi Guys! I would really be interested in a month-by-month calendar view to see all the notes I created. Is this a feature the evernote team is thinking about adding in the future? It would be so helpful in getting an extra visual handle on all the notes I've made and when they were created. Many thanks, Christina
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  3. I use Evernote on my I Pad but I installed an upgrade and can't change the font any more, and I need to change the font from to time. Can that be done?
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  4. Further to @JMichaelTX's comment, if your search term has spaces within it, ensure you put double quotes around it (but no space between the colon and the opening quote: intitle:"search term"
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  5. I completely agree with wjpreston. I am also asking for a response on when I will be able to annotate JPEGs and PDFs with Apple Pencil/iPad Pro on my Evernote App.
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  6. I don't know if this is a factor or not, but the searchterm must be immediately after the "intitle:" qualifier, with NO spaces: intitle:searchterm
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  7. The intitle: search is still there. One thing to keep in mind is that advanced searches like intitle: look for an exact match to the searchterm, unless followed by a wildcard (*). For example, if you have a note titled Stars, searching for intitle:st won't find the note, searching for intitle:stars or intitle:st* will. If this doesn't help, please post a specific example of a note title and a search query that don't work.
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  8. Hi, the new look is a huge improvement overall, but some of the long-anticipated changes (coloured tags, of course) have left me rather more frustrated than satisfied: Would it really have been such a big deal to put a customizable colour picker in there? Analogous to Microsoft Word, I imagine Evernote is used by creative people just as much as people in business / people requiring basic uncluttered functionality, and Microsoft Word does a good job of catering to both: Here's a basic selection of well-defined colour options to choose from, plus a simple button to define and set any colour at a
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  9. Same issue here. This was a primary reason for upgrading my iPad, and my heart sank tonight when I saw how inaccurate the annotation was.
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