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Brianr69

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  1. When setting a reminder, the time dialog is clumsy. Is there a way to change it? The default dialog has "dials" that can be changed by swiping up/down on the hour/minute. Here's a suggestion: It would be nice to have a dialog that displays an analog clock, with hours listed. Touching the hour sets the hour. An am/pm radio button can also be selected. After setting the hour, another analog clock face appears, showing 5-minute increments. Touching one sets the time. This is how Google Calendar works in Android, and I like it much better.
  2. I agree. I have my default notification sound (in Android settings) set to silent, because I do not want the phone to be making noises every time a notification happens. I prefer to look at my notifications later. Then, in my text Messages app, I have a separate notification sound set (and some special ones for individual people). Also, in my gmail app, I have another notification sound set (because I want to hear the difference between e-mail and text messages). I have other apps set similarly, with their own sounds. I would like to set Evernote with its own sound too. Presently, because I have Android's notification sound set to "silent", I don't hear any sound for Evernote, and I can't change that. Please add a setting for this.
  3. I agree that the Android app needs the ability for the user to specify a notification sound. Without that feature, Evernote reminders are worthless and I'll just go back to using the calendar app in my phone for reminders. Evernote reminders should also have a way to display the reminder on the lock screen and the home screen in addition to the notification bar. I get so many things in my notification bar that I just ignore it anyway.
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