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Boaz Segev

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  1. Please - View image as Attachment would be great! Also, View All as Attachment(s) would be great! both features are practically essential, if you ask me. It is extremely hard to work with images without allowing for thumbnails (resize) or "view as attachment" - as the large images make it impossible to actually work. On the other hand, adding smaller versions of the images is also impossible, as it causes loss of data. B.
  2. Please - View as Attachment to images would be great! Also, View All as Attachment(s) would be great! both features are practically essential, if you ask me. It is extremely hard to work with pictures without allowing for thumbnails (resize) or "view as attachment" - as the large images make it impossible to actually work. On the other hand, adding smaller versions of the pictures is also impossible, as it causes loss of data. B.
  3. Hey Evernote, I am a EB admin and I would like to add my support to drtiff's suggestions. Obviously I believe that some suggestions are more important then others - for instance, I don't know if Groups is as essencial as the permissions reviewing and editing - But they are all valid and important aspects of the Business management requirements regarding data control and workflow optimisation. Best Regards, B.
  4. Hi AirtjE, I don't know if you heard about kustomnote.com - they offer advanced functionality for evernote note designs and I believe they will fill your needs. https://kustomnote.com/ Good Luck. P.S. Not to rain on the parade, but frankly, I prefer the app as a light weight editor (I can always edit advanced stuff on other programs and paste it all in)... It keeps me focused on what's important, the data. Also, keeping Evernote lightweight, would allow Evernote to be regarded as a platform and develop an ecosystem that we will sorely miss if it was all built in... B.
  5. We're new to EB and still adapting and learning to utilize the different possibilities. I loved the way Evernote Stacks allowed me to structure my private information in a more accessible manner. As an EB admin, I wish to present a more structured Business Library - Similar to the Stacks, but more flexible - to allow for easier access. Much like a regular library, I'd love to group different notebooks in a structure that correlates with our work in the firm (such as Archives, Open Projects, etc'). Maybe even place that same notebook in a number of groups (such as Active Projects and Priority Projects). The UI of the end user and their own way of organizing their subscribed notebooks is of less importance - I want our employees (who are struggling with the EB learning curve) to find the relevant notebooks in the Business Library with ease. Obviously these are just examples and being a law firm, our needs are more diverse. Still, I believe the idea is clear. I'd love to have a Business Library that I (as an admin) can edit and present like a beautifully designed note (in addition to, or on top of, the listing the whole of the library like it is listed today). This way, It would be possible to offer a wonderful UI to the employees (I would love that), complete with icons and links to the different notebooks. This way, if an employee adds a Business Notebook to the Library, I (or maybe even they) could assign a group to the notebook and the Library's UI would be updated to reflect the new listings while preserving the presentation. Just a thought: I'd love to hear your thoughts about this.
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