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  1. With Time Share for Android you can get a time stamp into the clipboard. In the next step you paste the time stamp into any textfield. After configuring Time Share, this function will be available from the statusbar! This is an easy way to get a timestamp into any of your applications where a time stamp is needed! There is also a trial version of Time Share.
  2. ah, Thank you for the feedback. I'm really happy that you liked Time Share! You are by the way my very first customer . I also like your proposal. I'm not so sure it is easy done but I will do some research. One idea I have is to connect the copy function to pressing volume up and down at the same time. Then you do not need to leave Evernote in order to get a new time stamp.
  3. Hi Jon lowbank, You can configure this app so that when you launch the program a new note will be created in evernote with a time stamp. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=shhh.Apps.TimeShareTrial
  4. I also ran into this issue, I wanted to add timestamps to my notes. I developed an app that can share date and time to any application, I called it 'Time Share'. You can set up Time Share so that when you tap one of the launcher icons, a new note will be created in Evernote with a time stamp. You can also set up Time Share so that when you tap the copy launch icon actual time will be copied to clipboard and Evernote will start up. Follow my links for more info. You can test if this is something for you by downloading the trial app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=shhh.Apps.TimeShareTrial'>https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=shhh.Apps.TimeShareTrial The sharp version without delay: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=shhh.Apps.TimeShare /Simon
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