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Rich Tatum

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  1. I would love to be able to copy a ❏ checkbox from outside of Evernote into Evernote. For example: Our team works on a shared Google doc for meeting notes. When we’re done with the meeting, I archive the contents of the shared doc into Evernote as a meeting archive. Unfortunately, I don’t know of a way to create a checkbox in Google Docs or Word that appears as a "to do" checkbox in Evernote. I have to manually add them if I want to retain their functionality in EN. Maybe there’s a way to do this, but I haven’t found it. Would be nice if the checkbox played well with the clipboard (I’m on a Windows 64-bit machine, using Evernote (306770) Public (CE Build ce-1.39.4387). Edit, 02/20/2018: I see that I can create an unchecked checkbox by typing [] and a checked checkbox by typing [x]. It would be fantastic if EN would recognize that in the clipboard (with an optional setting, of course) and automatically convert [] and [x] text strings to their respective checkboxes. — Rich
  2. The Activity Stream is a step in the right direction, but not good enough. For team collaboration I need email notifications about created notes, changed notes, moved notes, added documents, etc. My team mates don't live in Evernote, they need to be evanglized, and even if they did live in Evernote, it's not easy to know exactly what changed with a note when you open it up. (Which reminds me, each note should have a change log. And, even better, each note should have a wiki-like "Discussion" page.) I was hoping Evernote Business would finally add this necessary collaboration element, but it appears to be missing. Until then, we'll continue using Trello + Google Docs. Sadly. This should be a no-brainer: Teams can only collaborate if they communicate. If Evernote doesn't build-in communication tools, it's almost useless for distributed collaboration. Rich
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