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  1. The ability to use markdown native in the App.
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  2. Hi, How can I edit the margin sizes and see page border lines so I can format pages? Thank you!
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  3. John, I'm going to slightly adjust your instructions - this works for me on the Android app: 1. Copy/Paste your destination URL in Evernote (e.g. https://evernote.com/blog/) 2. Press enter, if needed, to turn the text that you entered into an actual link 3. Touch on some text somewhere outside of the link that you just created such that you get a cursor 4. Then touch and hold on that cursor and move it to where it is now inside the link somewhere 5. Type your link text description (e.g. Evernote Blog) 6. Finally, delete the characters from the original URL text in
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  4. Hi. Given all of the above, how would you access a 'portable' app anyway? Any sensibly paranoid IT team will block thumb drive access and any internet use you have is probably through a firewall that blocks selected external services that might include Evernote. Best I can suggest would be to run Evernote mobile on a tablet - the iOS / Android apps offer a reasonable level of service, and you can use the device cameras to 'scan' (rather than clip) internal documents and screens - although you might want to check very carefully what your employment obligations are with respect to corp
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  5. I also would largely appreciate a portable evernote installation. My company (let's call it Paranoia corp.) seems to have very little trust in its employees and blocks everything blockable: Installation of software, installatio of browser plugins (web clipper), Browser profile synchronization - and writing of data to any external media or net drives - anything. You can't even tag programs to the taskbar or delete icons from the desktop. Unfortunately I formerly worked for another company having more trust to its employees. So all my working notes are on evernote. But the web interface is
    1 point
  6. Well, generally the desktop app seems to have been running a bit more smoothly since making the adjustments suggested. Still the occasional 'not responding' moments but they definitely don't last for as long as they did, and I haven't had any total seizures of late. 😎
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  7. Thanks for the clarification. thread can be marked closed
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  8. I'm guessing this has been sitting in developer backlog for a long time because it doesn't strictly speaking limit functionality, and therefore isn't prioritised. It does, however, limit usability. This is a key tool for keeping notes funtional and readable - the core point of Evernote. As many others here have said, this would be trivial to implement and be a huge help to many users.
    1 point
  9. File/Page Setup/Margins is not there now. On an Apple computer anyway. Yes, a waste of paper.
    1 point
  10. Something recently changed in an evernote update and printing on any printer now has terribly wide margins leading to excess pages to print. This is very, very disruptive to efficient printing, sharing, and note preparation for a program that's supposed to be my external brain. Anyone have suggestions on how to fix this? I've been through ALL evernote and printer settings and cannot find any fix. It's SUDDENLY began happening on multiple computers and multiple printers at multiple locations 2-3 weeks ago. Attached example of how ridiculous the margins are.
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  11. Hi Guys, I don't know if this is still an active topic. I had the same problem but it seems I've solved it accidentally. Here's a little how-to, hopefully this will help. Let's say you want to add a link to the Evernote Blog which is https://evernote.com/blog/ But this should appear like this Evernote Blog You can simply follow these steps: 1. Copy/Paste your destination URL in Evernote (e.g. https://evernote.com/blog/) 2. Press enter 3. Type your link text (e.g. Evernote Blog) 4. Select your link text and then Cut it 5. Paste the link text exactly before th
    1 point
  12. Evernote has limited print features. My solution would be to transfer the note data to a word processing app
    1 point
  13. +1 It's just too easy to lose data to accidental edits. Even if I spot it, its hard to undo on iOS, but often I don't until too late. Here's what I would like, in descending order of importance: 1) Specify that all notes are read only until edit mode is specifically enabled on each note - eg by button or menu. Ideally a user setting per platform, so that people could better protect their iPad, which is often left around, without restricting their PC. Read only notes would still allow non-destructive operations such as searching, selecting, copying, printing, etc. Ideally, the fi
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  14. I have given up and have now migrated fully to Bear. (http://www.bear-writer.com/) Highly recommended if your tech stack is macbook pro / ipad / iphone.
    1 point
  15. Hi All, You may have noticed that all threads requesting Markdown support have been merged into this thread, regardless of platform specificity. This was done in order to better enable us to quantify and qualify user requests, and amplify their voice. While this does not mean this is a feature that will be coming, we certainly want to relay user feedback/sentiment to our various teams. Moving forward, please put all commentary and votes for Markdown support here!
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