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  1. Well, I wrote the original post in this thread back in 2016...and I have to admit I am amazed, even with the latest update to the iOS app, that most or all of the original criticisms remain true today. Evernote has receded in my daily use dramatically since then, but hangs on by a thread because it still contains a lot of data -- essentially just functioning as an occasionally accessed archive. Time to figure out the best way to extricate myself from Evernote entirely...which is disappointing.
  2. January of 2018 and it's amazing to me that this problem is still unaddressed. Ignore everything else I wrote -- at the very least, Evernote should have useable PDF annotation. This isn't a new feature request...it's something that exists, but is completely unusable. No Apple Pencil support (meaning that any attempt to scroll the document will likely result in stray marks) and a nearly useless implementation of writing and highlighting based on the remnants of Skitch. I really should not need to export PDFs to separate apps and then re-save to Evernote for simple editing or note taking on PDFs
  3. I use Evernote extensively on my Mac, iPad Pro, and iPhone. We use shared notebooks in my office and I have a ScanSnap Evernote Edition sitting on my desk. (I even have Evernote desk accessories sitting next to the scanner.) I'm pretty well immersed in the world of Evernote. However, I've found myself turning to other tools, most recently OneNote, with greater frequency. The main issue, and it is a big one for me, is the fragmented and inferior support for note taking and PDF editing in Evernote. I use my iPad Pro with Apple Pencil extensively. There are some great Pencil-compatible apps
  4. Thanks for the suggestions. Still not working for me... 1. Make sure your ScanSnap Evernote edition is configured for WiFi, and has the USB cable disconnected. Sounds like you've already done that. --> Yes, it is configured for WiFi and the USB cable is disconnected. 2. Make sure your ScanSnap and your iPhone/iPad is on the same WiFi network. --> Yep, everything is on the same WiFi network. 3. Make sure your ScanSnap is running up to date firmware, although technically there's no update required to work with Scannable. --> I'm running the latest version of ScanSnap Manager Eve
  5. Same is true with my iPad as well -- connected to the same network, but Scannable cannot find the ScanSnap...
  6. Hi - Downloaded the app, and the basic scanning features look solid. However, I cannot get the app to find my Evernote ScanSnap. My ScanSnap is configured on my wireless network, and connects property to my iMac. My iPhone 6 is connected to the same network, but cannot find the ScanSnap when I select that option from the Scannable main screen. I've tried restarting everything. What am I missing? What else can I try? -------------- One other suggestion -- though Scannable appears to do an excellent job optimizing the color/contrast for relatively plain printed pages, it would be nice to b
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