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  1. Hi! It would be nice that when you’re in a search and hit the magnifier icon, it would navigate back to previous screen. Let’s say you have searched “test”. If you hit the mag icon, it would bring you back to the search field. It would be a little bit like when you hit the notebook icon. Cheers!
  2. The problem resolved a few weeks ago but it happened again today. Same thing as PinkElephant but without heavy syncing. iOS 12 iPad Pro 12.9 2nd gen.
  3. I had the same problem on both iPhone X and iPad Pro 2nd gen for the past few weeks but resolved within the last few days without any intervention on both devices.
  4. Hi all, same problem here as exposed by PinkElephant on iPad Pro 12’ 2nd gen and iPhone X.
  5. It is practically the same thing. I like to use this app because my iCloud temp folder was messy and I forgot to delete the files I had attached to the new note, etc. I see this app as a dedicated “temp” app. If you are well organized, I think there is no benefit.
  6. I would like to see the same feature implemented. In the meantime, I use Yoink app. Cheers!
  7. Hi, I have been an Evernote user since 2008 and a Premium user since many years. I have to say that I am very satisfied with what Evernote has become. I use it for my personal as well as professional life, and also use Cronofy for calendar reminders sync. I use Evernote for macOS as well as Evernote for iOS on and iPhoneX and iPad Pro 12.9 second generation. I think the only thing that limit the iOS use is the lack of way to easily go through attached files. When multiple files are attached, it is not efficient to click on an icon (let’s say a pdf file) that the « whole » file length is not shown, scroll through it, then hit the X, and hit the second attached file icon, scroll through it, etc... I would like something like a mix of Spark, Readdle Documents, Pdf Expert and Dropbox Paper app. Dropbox paper: The first page of the document attached appears inline so you can rapidly see what’s the content. The first frame of a videoclip will also be embedded within the note. Spark: When multiple files are attached to a mail, you can rapidly scroll within a document by scrolling up and down and between documents by scrolling left and right. There is also an option to rapidly see a list of all the attached files to jump to whatever file you want to see. Documents and PDF Expert: They have a really nice and efficient file browser. I think features « à la » Dropbox Paper and Spark would really improve productivity on iOS devices. Documents and PDF Expert are probably too complex to implement. Last thing, when I drag and drop a file out of Evernote, the filename is lost so you always have to rename the file that is cumbersome. Photos attached to explain. Sincerely.
  8. I would like the same feature but Yoink app fills this gap very well.
  9. Hello, I am a very satisfied user of Evernote since 2008 (premium subscription) Even if the application is not perfect, it is by far the best for my professional as well as personal needs. To improve productivity, it would be really nice to be able to navigate from one attached file within a note to the other file (let’s say a PDF file to another PDF or a to photo, not just photos as it is already possible) by swapping from left to right and be able to scroll pages within the PDF by swiping up and down. It would be a little bit like the interface for navigating attached email files in the Spark Mail app (see attached picture). It is also a little bit like within the MacOS version where navigation from one file to the other is possible with the left-right arrows. Sincerely, Vien Do
  10. Hello, I have been using Evernote since 2008. I have long hoped for a better PDF editor in the evernote app. On the other hand, as DTLow mentions, the third-party PDF editors work very well to edit files stored in Evernote and this solution satisfies me completely in macOS. On iOS, it's a little more complicated but with the new possibilities of iOS 11, drag n drop, it works well on ipad Pro but not perfectly. I would rather have Evernote make the process of file transfers between applications more efficient at least without losing the file name when exporting outside of evernote. It would also be very useful to have thumbnails of pdf in Evernote a little like in Pdf Expert in iOS or to be able to navigate from one pdf to another just like the image viewer in Evernote for a more efficient navigation of the notes. Overall, Evernote is a very powerful tool and I do not want a more advanced PDF edition anymore in the application itself but just want Evernote to focus their energy on stability, etc.
  11. Hi, Again, very happy about the integration of drag and drop feature between apps. I mainly use this feature for PDF editing using PDF expert and it makes it easy to switch back and forth between apps! When the file is exported from Evernote with Drag and Drop feature, the original file name is changed to a generic name, for example: PDF Document. It is very important for me not to lose the name of the file when I drag and drop the file of Evernote to PDF Expert (export). It should be noted that the file name is kept when drag and drop from PDF Expert to Evernote (import). Thanks again for this great feature!
  12. Hi again, I have tested the feature and it works very well! I have been waiting for this for a long time and am very happy about it. However, I noticed when I drag a PDF file from let’s say the Files app, the file name will be identical in Evernote but when you try to drag a PDF file from evernote to the Files app, it will get a generic name « Document PDF » . Why?
  13. Hi everyone, Any drag and drop features (iOS) supported in Evernote for iOS on iPad Pro?
  14. Exactly, thanks for the clarification. I like the idea of an offline tag too!
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