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André

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  1. I cannot stress enough how important his feature would be. It's so obvious and still missing. In my case, writing on paper, photographing the note and having it recognise the handwritten text is marvellous. But, without being able to copy and paste the converted text, it doesn't make much sense. Searching is fine, but not enough!
  2. I cannot stress enough how important his feature would be. It's so obvious and still missing. In my case, writing on paper, photographing the note and having it recognise the handwritten text is marvellous. But, without being able to copy and paste the converted text, it doesn't make much sense. Searching is fine, but not enough!
  3. How great would it be to remotely control an Evernote Present slide show via the app on your mobile phone? The mobile app could be connected to the desktop or web app via wifi and be used to jump though slides and to control the virtual laser pointer.
  4. It's really great to see that consistency of user experience has become a focus of Evernote. Well done with the new tagging system. I wonder why you would need a way for creating a new tag when you can create one after an unsuccessful search, anyway. The first option is obsolete, imho. Just start typing and the tag will be found or created.
  5. For a long time, Evernote is recognising text in scanned or photographed images. You can search for handwritten text. Is there a way to convert the handwritten text to typed text, please? Could there be a function to extract the recognised text from a picture? Why not just do it by default for each photographed image? Please, add handwriting to text to Evernote. Thanks!
  6. After using it a bit longer, there's certainly a big improvement in responsiveness, but the Not Responding periods are still not gone completely. In particular, while editing a text note, the editor often stops reacting after typing just one word. It may display the Not Responding message or not. Is there some indexing process going on that stops interaction?
  7. The new version works pretty well on my Windows 10 systems (one W7, too). Finally, the application is responsive as one would expect. There's almost no waiting left for Not Responding or just a spinning cursor, as has been the case for years. Thanks a lot for the improvements!
  8. Yes, I know, but Atlas has disappeared from Windows! It was already not well implemented, because the used Open Street Map instead of Google Maps. But it's needed very much. Also, the Android version of the map is very slow. They don't seem to use Google Maps in a good way (if at all).
  9. Oh my dear. I just updated the locations of several notes for a trip - only to find that ATLAS IS GONE!!! No, please, bring it back! Proper Google Maps integration would be so cool.
  10. Two bugs that I reported already during the private beta are still there: Styles for notebooks are not synced. Stacks in Shortcuts (left sidebar) are constantly being collapsed and don't remember their settings (open/closed).
  11. Evernote is there to Remember Everything! Unfortunately, one on the things that bugs me a lot is that Evernote clients forget a lot: window size, open notes, settings for individual notebooks, etc. Every time that the app(lication) is started again, you're stuck with only a bit of information from the last time that it was open. I imagine Evernote as a platform where my thoughts and bits and pieces of work and life are around all the time. I use different view settings for specific notebooks; for example for a tasks notebook I want to see a list with specific columns and sort order that is use
  12. https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2016/04/06/a-new-way-to-navigate-notes-in-evernote-for-mac/ Great new features! For Windows, too? ;-)
  13. Disabling the font scaling on Windows 10 works OK for the menus and icons, but not for the content. Some notes become unreadable due to tiny fonts being used. It's still a p.i.t.a. to use Evernote on a hi-dpi display. The Evernote Touch app from the store does this better, but is limited in other ways.
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