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  1. 1 point
    The font size for all the notebooks and notes in the left panel are too small to comfortably see. The same is the case for items in the note list. I know how to change the font for the content in each individual note but can't figure out how to do it in these other instances. I am running on a HP Windows 10 and have the Evernote Plus subscription. Does anyone have any thoughts? Thank you.
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    If you could add this feature, it would make my life complete!!!! So it would be a reminder/alarm at a regular period ie. every Monday at 10am, the last day of each month, every day at midday etc. etc.
  3. 1 point
    Hi! Any prevision to release dark mode for Windows Desktop Client?
  4. 1 point
    fwiw You can type in the search box intitle:"aaaaaaa" Full search documentation at https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313828
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    Hi. I generally don't make long notes. I make a series of short notes which I can find because of a common title or tag - like a project number or tag. My 'diary' is a series of dozens of notes tied together by the standard word 'diary' in the title, plus the date to which that note relates. A saved search finds all the notes, which are sorted in date order (from the title, not the created date - I'm lazy sometimes, and do this in arrears). I can search for anything in the diary by including the title keyword + the search term, and edit as necessary: and if I need to print off a day, a week, or a month in one go, that's pretty easy. Not saying it wouldn't be handy to index a note, but that ability depends on having identifiable header styles or anchor locations to search for, and AFAIK Evernote haven't gotten around to including those yet. Plus there are a bunch of bugs and little things like encryption and better print options that Evernote might need to work on - no knowing what priority they can give this.
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    That is really more of a service setting so when you emai a note, clip a web page, or use any external service to add a note, Evernote knows where to put it by default. And for those of us with many devices it keeps it simple vs having to set that setting on every device. It is one of the few settings that is synced but it makes sense why it is.
  7. 1 point
    ...and in case you were wondering what was being discussed at the EN Dev Team meeting... see below
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    @gazumped, just passing to say that the updated arrived to me in Play Store. Maybe worth chek it. Cross fingers!
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    The FAQ states that there's currently no plans for a dark mode for Windows. Which is extremely disappointing for me as someone that pays for Evernote primarily because it used to be so good at cross-device and cross platform support. I have my macbook from work and windows laptop as my personal device but sometimes I'm using windows and need to get to evernote and don't want to have to open a second laptop for my notes. Not having nightmode support for windows is a travesty and I honestly don't know why they'd ***** over windows users like that.
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    Hi all, You asked for Dark Mode in Evernote, and we’re thrilled to announce that it’s finally arrived! You can enable it today for iOS, Android, and Mac (Mojave) and see for yourself. Check out this Help & Learning article for all the details. Please feel free to start a separate discussion for feedback/suggestions, or reach out to Shane D. directly. Welcome to the dark side—lightsabers not included.
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    It was an ON comment but this probably applies to Evernote as well... it’s been a while since I used the Tables in EN, so I am not sure what features it supports. Here’s an example... it’s a template I made for engineering proposal layout review meetings. The meeting notes are on the left, the drawing files and comments are saved in the table on the right. It’s positioned in such a way that when I print it to a PDF, the notes are on one page and the table on another, so I can send just the meeting notes out without the proposal comments that I may want to keep to myself. The todo and follow up items are tagged with built-in tags (although I may use plaintext tags for that when I feel like it). I may have more than one table, sometimes I use a project-wide ToDo list table that can be sorted by Start date / Due date / Priority / assignee ... it all depends on scope of a particular project, and just how involved and organized I want this to be. Tables are one of my favorite features for organizing data. They make it so much easier to work with records.
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    Thanks for an interesting post, Wanderling. I think your conclusion is a valid one, in many cases at least. I'm in a quite different situation. I'm retired from teaching, and I'm doing basically my own freelance research and writing; so collaboration is not a factor, and I'm free to put together my digital toolbox as I please. Also, I have purposely resisted being sucked into the MS Office universe ("Captain, it's a tractor beam! Apparently emanating from somewhere near Redmond, Washington!"). So I do well with Evernote on my computers and Android phone to gather notes, references, ideas, links, etc.; Scrivener for organizing the material gathered through Evernote, and crafting it into draft materials; and Nota Bene for the serious writing and polishing. My circumstances, methods, and workflow are a great fit for Evernote; but it can't be that way for everyone.
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    I was introduced to OneNote as a Red Cross volunteer- we made the jump nationally to Office 365, so we are all-in there. As I also had a home Office 365 subscription, I figured I would give OneNote a try. There were several tools that promised easy migration from EN. Now, maybe I should seen if I could have taken it slower- my EN file is almost 9.5Gb. But I ran one of the tools and waited to see what would happen. First- about halfway through, it crashed. Horribly. Froze hard. So I bailed out and went in to take a look. It was horrible. In short, because of my use of stacks, tags and such, there was no way that my EN account as it was would transfer over to OneNote cleanly. Also, after taking a look at OneNote's structure...while the ability to "free-form" note layout was nice, I really didn't need it. The lack of tags and the sub-par search features have kept me with EN. EN gives me a lot more freedom to use the tools I want and need. With OneNote, it works best if you lock into MS/Office lock, stock and barrel. Just my .09 (adjusted for inflation). Eric
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    Not suggesting it was not calm. Just about the comments about there are other forums out there about mind maps. He already asked, I think we should post comments instead of suggesting check out other forums. That was it.
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    Just a reminder from Evernote Discussion Forum Code of Conduct: Do not chastise new users/newbies for asking questions or posting comments that may already be answered elsewhere. We get new users in the forums every day. It is a new member with two posts, which are all here. I welcome the question as sometimes some discussions can get so lengthy that you can get the answer you are looking for to your specific problem. PS! Not trying to be jerk here, just trying not to discourage a new forum user.
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    Hi, I would like to add my voice to the calls for the function to increase the font size in the note list titles. I find them too small at present for comfortable use. Thanks gaudichaudi
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    Absolutely! I also need the font size in the left panel (note list in particular) to be larger. I do not want to set the overall Windows font size to be any larger. Evernote needs to have this option.
  18. 1 point
    I was coming here to post this exact idea! This would be awesome!
  19. 1 point
    what about that micro-font in the sidebar? It's a problem.
  20. 1 point
    Fingret, I see you're using V4 of Evernote so I'm not sure the following will work for you but... In V5, hold the "Shift" key while clicking the triangle next to the "Notebooks" header and everything in that section will collapse. If you open up "Notebooks" again (by clicking the triangle) you'll see that all of the stacks will remain collapsed until you click on the individual stack's triangle. If you don't hold the "Shift" key while clicking the triangle next to the "Notebooks" header, everything will collapse but if you open up "Notebooks" again (by clicking the triangle) every stack that was expanded before, and only those stacks, will still be expanded.
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    Again to point out some things that seem to get lost here.... It's the need for an equation editor. I think Latex is mentioned here as a possible example solution; the problem is the missing functionality: an equation editor. Evernote's "competition" includes MS/OO Equation Editor, or as I am forced to do it now.... pencil and paper. The lack of Latex or simple equation editor means I and any other engineer (professional and student) need to keep another means for note taking. Evernote... great for taking notes .... except for science and math. (Ironically I can use subscripts and superscripts here, but not in Evernote.)
  22. 1 point
    I would be a paying customer *for life* if Evernote had LaTeX support.
  23. 1 point
    LaTeX and/or MathML would be killer in evernote. Most hardcore math users (scientists, students, teachers...) would probably opt for LaTeX because the expressions are much (MUCH) shorter than MathML, but one could argue either way. But having math, real math in notes is central to people who use math. As for implementation, don't reinvent the wheel. Check out mathjax (http://www.mathjax.org/). Open source. JavaScript. Handles LaTeX or MathML and interprets it to html for webservers. Even available as a WordPress plugin. The heavy lifting is done. You run it on your server, it reads the math codes between your delimiters, it spits back inline images of the math. Loverly. You can leave the actual creation of the codes to the user. If they are sophisticated users, they just type in the codes as they go. If they are writing complex expressions with unfamiliar math or are more casual users they use any of the many good button oriented editors available free or for fair fees. Or dump the codes out of their favorite math programs. Could happen. Really could... Getting off my soapbox now. Thanks for listening.
  24. 0 points
    Doubtless true. But it is also true that Evernote has clearly and precisely articulated that the Windows client is lagging behind others in both features AND performance:
  25. 0 points
    @Don Dz the Apple reference was speaking to Gazumped's question as to why Dark Mode was not appearing on the 8.16.2 Evernote Beta for iOS. Once we submit an update to the App Store, we have to await Apple's approval before the update becomes available for our users to download. I don't have any updates on Dark Mode for Windows, but will certainly update everyone here once I do.
  26. 0 points
    Really surprised and pretty disappointed that there is no Dark theme for the windows desktop client. I'm sure plenty of people have said this but it is a feature people want. A confirmation that it is going to be added to the development roadmap would be great.
  27. 0 points
    Giving us dark mode WOULD be giving us feature parity. This is crazy; we've asked for half a decade now for a dark mode; there is NO extant Mac/iOS feature that we've asked for remotely as much as THIS. Come on, Evernote. There have been grumbles over the years about Evernote for Windows being treated like a second-class platform and you announce with fanfare a dark mode AND DON'T EVEN MENTION the Windows version? What kind of message are you trying to send?
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