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  1. 1 point
    I feel on the biggest missing features is native support for Markdown. Please add native Markdown to Evernote.
  2. 1 point
    The topic never went away ("bumping" accomplishes nothing). Did you upvote it?
  3. 1 point
    Im going to reply to bring this topic back. It looks like its been ignored for years and hadn't been implemented. Why hasn't it been implemented?
  4. 1 point
    Me parece increíble que esta función no esté implementada en Evernote...
  5. 1 point
    I just use Mindnode to make my mindmaps, then export it as an image or PDF and attach it to a note. Lucidchart is also great if you are looking for a free web tool
  6. 1 point
    Either use the first image or give the user the opportunity to choose the thumbnail. This is very essential to me and many others. Thanks!
  7. 1 point
    Hey developer team! Listen to me too. I will really appreciate choose a picture as thumbnail. Please add this feature ;-)
  8. 1 point
    Adding my voice to the chorus requesting user chosen thumbnail selection across all devices. With the new plan changes (limiting my free account to 2 devices when I regularly use 3 but will get by with browser access on one of them) I am so, so very close to upgrading to Plus but I just can't justify the cost based on the way I use Evernote. The powerful text searching is great but I search visually as well. I have sewing patterns that display the envelope back rather than the front and recipes that show thumbnails of the clipped instructions rather than the money shot.
  9. 1 point
    Hello all, Please be sure to up-vote now on this request.
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    I wanted to mention that Evernote selected an speaker icon for a thumbnail. There is audio in there but an icon for a representation of a note?I'm a little disappointed about this especially after spending $25 for this oversight. I wonder why the push back for user selected thumbnails? I'm glad I'm not totally invested in these notes because I'm going to cancel the account if there is no plan to change this.
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    Hi, New Evernote user this year. I agree, I want to be able to choose and edit thumbnail. JMichaelTX is right though - follow the link to upvote the request. I am only person number 8 to upvote, but it seems heaps of people want this?
  12. 1 point
    Yes, +1 to this request, it's rather frustrating as a premium user not to be able to select which image in the note becomes the thumbnail. I note that the previous thread/suggestion discussing this feature is now closed, after 300+ comments, so no way to add my vote there. Evernote - is this on the feature list? Thanks.
  13. 1 point
    This is by no means ideal but I've found if you don't need the image shown at all, then delete this image from your note then Evernote may choose the image you want as a thumbnail. Like so many others I'd would also like to add my vote to this request - let us choose our thumbnail image.
  14. 1 point
    I'd like to add my vote to this (old) request. Please, add a "Set image as Thumbnail" feature to the client. I can state my reasons, but I believe everything has already been said in this (and other similar) posts. It's basically a big convenience factor for people who use multiple images in the same post. Cheers.
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    Evernote! Is anybody listening?? This is the number one issue for me (has been since the card view was introduced). I've started using ember for mac for this one reason alone but maintaining both services is a pain. I'd love to just be able to use evernote. For those of us who use evernote for primarily for images and screenshots, having half of the card covered with a title and text severely limits the user experience and effectiveness of the app.
  16. 1 point
    The outcry for this feature is tremendous. Almost everyone who posts agrees it would be very helpful. Yet, Evernote has recently stated that it is not one of their current priorities. See: REQUEST: Choosing a Thumbnail Enable user-selectable thumbnail images
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    For those interested, here is the locked thread referenced above, which was started in June 2011, with 17 pages and 324 posts, almost all requesting user-selectable thumbnail images, or at least a better method than is currently used, which is confusing to almost everyone. REQUEST: Choosing a Thumbnail
  18. 1 point
    I have been coming back every month waiting for evernote to fix this. i would much rather have a quick glance at a thumbnail to identify a note in the endless sea of notes i have amassed. I am a premium user which means i give you money for your service evernote. please address this issue hear my cry!. every update that comes out im there waiting hoping and praying. Put me out of my misery. Oh and i'm a mac user by the way.
  19. 1 point
    Has anyone actually ever seen a response from Evernote regarding this?? Seems a little disrespectful of a company who's paying customers repeatedly ask for a feature - and for years, to be completely ignored. If there's a reason why they can't do it or if they do plan to do it in some sort of near future, why can't they at least respond?
  20. 1 point
    LOL -- I guess I am passionate about good UI experiences. I am going to give it an honest try because I think the benefits outweigh the things that "irritate" me before I slam the door shut. There is no such thing as a perfect system that makes EVERYONE happy in every way, and developer should make that his/her goal either. I'm a visual person and can agree with people in here who say being able to choose which image they'd like for the note will help them spot it in a list view (which is the whole point of having one). It would not be hard, since they already scrape the content to find all the images in the first place -- to create an easy way for a user to simply choose which one to use, or disable it. I know the goal of the "everything bucket" concept of having a place for "digital hoarders" to keep their stuff somewhat organized isn't to make eveything "pretty" -- but I think there's a wider benefit than being able to choose "eye candy" for your notes here.
  21. 1 point
    WOW!!!! I decided to try Evernote after having abandoned the idea several years ago. Within 15 minutes of starting to use it I began to wonder how I can change the thumbnail image represented on notes -- because web clippings are pulling in BANNER ADS to append to the note thumbnails. Then I started reading all these threads about how people have been requesting this feature for several years and being ignored. I'm done with Evernote now for good -- after a single hour of playing around with it. Just thought I'd throw that in there. It typically doesn't take me long to reject apps based on completely stupid UI decisions -- and this is just another example. I'm beyond shocked that the whole point of Evernote is to organize your notes -- and it doesn't even let you choose a thumbnail image??? I am a UI developer who maintains a very large web app. One of the features of this app is the ability to scrape content such as articles from sites and pull it into our system. We give our users a left / right arrow to CHOOSE which image represents their content instead of doing all this hogwash to have a ROBOT try and figure out what the user wants. How about just let the USER choose what the USER wants to do? It is much simpler from a development standpoint AND makes the users happy too. We even let them CROP the damn images before they are imported into our system. I mean, this is standard fare, considering that's also how FACEBOOK works. How the imbiciles who threw this app together can't figure THAT out just shows me this app will get on my nerves even more if I tried to use it for a week.
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    I'm a Mac user as well. I've tried too, doesn't seem to work for me either. Any word from Evernote on whether they are working on this? I'm debating finding another program to use as this is becoming too frustrating to deal with.
  24. 1 point
    It's getting increasingly frustrating that this is not an option. I use images extensively for art projects and the thumbnails are the quickest way to visually identify notes - however, as reference photos are added the thumbnail changes and identification becomes confusing. Definitely a +1 from me!
  25. 1 point
    I've read some earlier posts about this problem, but I want to bring it up again and also offer another suggestion for a solution. I want to reiterate that it's really frustrating to not be able to choose a thumbnail photo. One of the things I use EN very heavily for is as a database of artists for my job. Each artist has a card and I like to have a photo of them and an example of their artwork. Both images are important to me and to the database's function, but it would be hugely helpful if the thumbnail for each card in snippet view was the artist's artwork, not their photo – since when I'm scrolling in that view it's the style of artwork I'm scanning for. I agree with the developers that the "largest smallest-dimension" algorithm does work a lot of the time, but it doesn't always, and it's a huge pain to try to resize images to get them in the correct ratio. I am super OCD about things like that and I've tried but actually have given up. I'm not suggesting a fancy option in the settings that creates a rule for how EN chooses the thumbnail – that sounds like way too much development work and I totally appreciate that (1) the thumbnail doesn't matter that much in a lot of cases and (2) it would cause a lot of issues with webpage banners, etc. My request is to create an option when the image is selected and right-clicked in desktop version (i.e. like how you rotate the image) that is something like "set image as thumbnail." I hope that this could be a good compromise solution to this issue that wouldn't pose the same difficulties as creating a series of complicated rules in settings, but would still allow users flexibility and control in selecting a thumbnail when it does actually matter a lot. Thank you!