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  1. Dear Evernote Team, thank you very very much for bringing back the auto tile functionality! Evernote on Windows, Release 6 is awesome!
  2. I've been in touch with the support, and they told me that the functionality changed, though he couldn't pinpoint it in the change log. I have reverted on my installed Windows versions back to which still has the functionality exactly as desired (i.e. deleting the Title automatically changes it to the first line of text)
  3. You have the hack set, for me new notes start in the body. The auto-title behaviour you describe only applies if you create a new note and leave the title empty. If you edit the title even just once, auto-title functionality stops forever. There is no way to reapply the auto-title right now. I am specifically talking about the auto-title in Windows. The auto-title functionalities for Android/iOS are sort of the root cause for my annoyance with the lack of the auto-title functionality in Windows. I am proposing it as an option so that it may please both factions as explained above: Since the auto-title functionality is currently very limited as described in #2 this post, you as a "always title user" are jolly happy. However, I, as a member of the "never type titles" group, am trying to make a case to include the auto-title behaviour as described under #2 in the original post, so that I can quick and easy reset the title of a note to its "auto title".
  4. Dear Devs, On Evernote for Windows 5.x, how about the following: 1. The auto-title functionality for note titles, should be available to be switched on and off in the options. Reason for this is to please both types of users: the ones who like to give titles manually, and the ones who don't. 2. If set to on, the note auto-title should always take effect whenever the title of a note is left blank (i.e. deleted). And by auto-title I mean that the first line (up to a certain amount of characters) from the note body is used as the note title. The use case would be: Whenever a user would like to reset the title of a note, which for example has been created via Android/iOS and thus is named "Untitled Note" or has had its title manually set in the past, the fastest and most simple way should be to simply delete the existing title and let the auto-title functionality take care. (i.e. hit "F2" to jump to the title which is then completely highlighted, hit "Delete", then "Enter") This behaviour/feature would allow the user to update the title super fast without the need to do a copy & paste from the note body and pick up the hands from the keyboard (i.e. as argued for by the new beta features "Formatting Shortcuts") 3. If set to off, keep the behaviour as it is now: if the note title is deleted it puts "Title" as the note title. My further reasoning for this is as follows: I feel that there are two types of users: one who like to set the title themselves with top priority, and the ones who don't. For the first group, the auto-tile is an annoying feature, because they would like to know which titles they haven't named yet, so showing them "Title" as a note title if it hasn't been set yet is fine. For the second group, they don't want to be bothered by setting a specific title for each note, and just want the software to take care of this. Having a note called "Title" or "Untitled Note" is an annoyance for them because then the software is not making their life easier. Who else feels this way or differently? Cheers L
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