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  1. If you click All Notes in the Evernote Windows sidebar, it would be helpful if it scrolled the list of notes to the top, instead of leaving it far down the list where the previous search happened to be.
  2. Me too. Editing in a TEXTAREA, typing single quote causes web clipper panel to pop up and take focus from the page. This shouldn't happen when typing in a form, even if quote is the shortcut. There was a problem a while back where it did this in GMail, but they were using a DIV which was editable, but this is a standard TEXTAREA.
  3. > Especially since it would automatically use up a user's monthly upload quota Nonsense. It's only a link emailed in, and only the same as any other note out. And if controlled from the subject line or an explicit user action, then it is completely unchanged if you don't want it. > several third party iOS apps that you can use to clip web pages on iOS But that doesn't help if you're in Safari already (or, say the browser in twitter). You have to laboriously switch to a custom app, copying the URL. It's tedious. So much nicer if it was automatic.
  4. It's not possible to clip a web page in iOS, but it is possible to email a link to Evernote from Safari or Chrome on iOS. How about Evernote expanding a message like this comprising just a link to a clip of the whole web page when it is received (possibly controlled by something on the subject line, like the notebook and tags are)? Obviously this can't work where the page is behind a login or in some other way controlled by the session, but when just taking notes from public web pages, it would be very helpful. That would be server side. Alternatively, or as well, a facility client side to replace a link with its target page client side would also be useful (obviously this is already possible manually but takes time and creates a second note).
  5. I scan documents with the ipad camera a lot. I find it quite awkward with the ipad level and focussed to then press the shutter button without disturbing the position (and focus). How about activating the microphone while doing this, so the photograph can be taken just by saying 'take'. Doesn't need to be sophisticated - anything significantly louder than background noise would do. Also, I'm almost always doing documents. Could there be an option to set that (or any of the other photo types) as the default.
  6. Yes, I confirm it did not require me to enter a passcode again immediately after the update. However, this time I did not need to re-enable it, it did work the second time. BUT, the new version shows you the most recent notes for about 4 seconds before the passcode lock pops up, which is long enough for someone to read a lot of the content of notes if they do it repeatedly. Why this pause?
  7. Suggestion (ok, I know it's low tech and not built in etc etc, but it is very easy and more controllable than clumsily drawing on the ipad screen, whatever the app)... draw your handwritten note on paper, photograph into the note at the desired point, discard the paper.
  8. Another suggestion (ok, I know it's low tech and not built in etc etc, but it is very easy and more controllable than clumsily drawing on the ipad screen, whatever the app)... draw your handwritten note on paper, photograph into the note at the desired point, discard the paper.
  9. This also happened to me on the most recent update - lock was there before, but not there after; I had to turn it back on manually.
  10. I often find myself having to switch apps repeatedly to collate material for notes edited on iPad. I use the screen lock for security. It is a bit tedious to have to keep putting the number in every time I switch. How about adding a timer to the lock so it only locks after a certain period (possibly user set-able) of inactivity, irrespective of whether you switch out of Evernote or not. This is what the iPad app for Lastpass does. It would also avoid the security issue you have now where if you leave the app open, the screen lock isn't ever asked for again - access should time out if you're using the screen lock.
  11. No one mentioned Penultimate for iPad which takes sketched notes, syncs directly with Evernote, is owned by Evernote and is free. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/penultimate/id354098826?mt=8 Also, Google Mail for iPad lets you draw notes (press the attach button paperclip), which you could then email to your Evernote account, and copy and paste the image into any other note. Character Map Free on iPad lets you find, copy and paste special characters from many alphabets, and is free. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/unicode-character-map-free/id504833829?mt=8 Includes Greek letters such as delta and rho (density), Hebrew, Arabic, etc., international currency symbols, arrows, mathematical and other symbols. For more common non-American characters, press and hold a similar key on the ordinary keyboard, for example c-cedilla (ç) is on the 'c' key.
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