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Posts posted by SparksinTexas

  1. I shared a note with a non-EverNote user - <share> <send note> <entered their e-mail address>

    They receive link to sign up for an account

    They sign up for an account

    They are now looking at a blank evernote account & there is nothing on the page that tells them how to access the chat or the note I just shared with them.

    I have found numerous how-to's on how I should share a note but no pictures and details for non-evernote users on how to receive the chat.  This person is now a confirmed evernote hater but could someone please send me a link to detailed instructions for any future people I need to share notes with.

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  2. Surface Pro 3 Tablet, Windows 8.1, Stylus Input, no keyboard.


    I think the stylus input is going to only become more popular and even avid Evernote users are going to switch to OneNote so they can use a stylus input more easily.


    I use evernote on my Samsung Note 3 with stylus (Android) and it is FANTASTIC.  



    1)  High Resolution makes icons impossible to differentiate between so that I can click on which pen input I want to use.  I have tried increasing size using resolution settings but that doesn't work.  You can't zoom using the desktop version.


    2)  No way to delete a note with the pen


    3)  Need an "App" that opens a stylus/pen input page and allows us to quickly add notes to Evernote with our stylus


    4)  ABSOLUTELY MUST be able to put stylus/handwritten notes on ALL notes...not just the ones that are created via "New Ink Note".  This is a critical feature for me because it allows me to clip articles from online and then write notes as I read the article.  It is clunky on my 5" Android phone because I can't see the typed portion at the same time as I am writing but at least I can write some kind of note.   I was hoping to have this feature on my new 12" Surface tablet that would allow me to see the typed document as well as the handwritten notes at the same time.


    4a)  Why this is important.  Using Android Phone:  I e-mail the agenda to evernote before the meeting.  When I am in a meeting I take pictures of anything written on the whiteboard and any papers handed out.  Then under that I have my handwritten notes.  Then perhaps I use the keyboard to input a todo list with check boxes.  All of this is on one note for that meeting.


    5)  I think we need a forum category for Windows Stylus Input.


    6)  You can't use pen/stylus input in the online or Evernote Touch versions.


    7)  Dream wish list:  Be able to write my notes beside the text part of the manuscript so I could more easily evaluate a document.



    I've only had my tablet for three days.  I'm sure I'll have more to add.


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  3. Subject Line Pull Down Date -- pull up a mini calendar and click on the occurrence date.


    Everything I scan from medical records, to purchase records, to assignments in class need an "Occurrence Date" in the subject line.  I don't care when I entered the data.  I care about when the event occurred or when I need to see the information again.  


    I currently manually enter the date yyyymmdd in my subject line but it is so easy to mess up on the date using my phones screen input and it is so time consuming that I'm starting to not enter the data and going back to entering information in a paper notebook.

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