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Infinite Identity

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  1. Hi there, just wanted to submit a quick feature request. Sometimes when I'm working using bullet points, they can get messy and less organized if I start using too many indents. It would be really awesome to be able to "collapse" the bullets so that you can look at the primary level. It would be a bit like the way mind-maps work. I attached a couple of pictures for examples. Thank you! Michael
  2. Yes, please add this feature - even if it needs to be somewhat hidden in the "advanced features" checkbox. It's clearly something your customers want.
  3. Please add back presentation mode. I used it for reading my set list when I'm performing songs on stage.
  4. One workaround while they fix this – if you right click on the image in Evernote, then click "Save as" and save it to your Desktop, it'll work correctly.
  5. Thanks for your reply! I don't think it would be very complicated. Separate notes is a potential workaround, but seems a bit more inconvenient.
  6. Hi everyone! I had an idea, and I was curious what you think. Sometimes my notes start to get a bit messy because I have multiple sections. For example, my Daily To-Do list has a section for today, this week, this month, 3 months, and also a section to keep track of my progress. What if Evernote included a simple option -- you could highlight text and click "hide", which would take away the selection and create a little sideways arrow in its place. When you click on the arrow, it could flip downwards, as the selection gets toggled to "show". This could be a nice, easy way to keep tabs on everything -- and to keep our notes cleaner / more accessible. Thanks, Michael
  7. I respectfully disagree. Yes, it would be work for Evernote to develop it, but I think it would be a better system for conflicting changes - even on mobile devices. (Double tap on red or green highlighted text to select Keep or Delete) I know how to avoid conflicting changes, but that doesn't mean I always have the foresight to quit out of Evernote / sync when I'm in the middle of an idea.
  8. Hey there, first of all, thanks to Evernote for making such an amazing product, which I use on the daily! This morning, I had an idea for a feature request: I often switch between my iPhone and Macbook Pro while using Evernote, and it usually handles it great. Sometimes, however, the iPhone and the Macbook Pro don't sync at the right times, and I'll get an extra note added called "Conflicting Changes". It doesn't happen THAT often, so it's not usually an issue, but it is a bit frustrating when it does. My idea was that instead of separating the content into two notes, what if it consolidated it into one? It could take the "potentially deleted" text and highlight it in red, and the "potentially added" text and highlight it in green. That way it would be easy to tell the differences between the notes, rather than spending time manually looking over both of them to figure out which one is more relevant. (Even worse is if there's new relevant info in both!) Thanks for listening! InfiniteIdentity
  9. Good news - they added the option for higher quality recordings! You just go into the Settings of the iPhone app -- General -- then to Audio, and you'll have "low quality" or "high quality". Cheers, InfiniteIdentity
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