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Emilien Klein

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  1. Same here, the extra step having to click in the title bar to enter a quick note made of just a few words is not efficient. There is a separate feature request for that: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/51199-feature-request-auto-title-in-android-like-in-windows/ I guess a mix of both could be ideal: Don't separate Title and Body, just one large field of which the first line will be treated as a title. Possibly adding a failsafe mechanism, such as only treating the first line as a title in the case that it's not longer than e.g. 100 characters?
  2. There is a separate feature request for that: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/41596-feature-request-change-cursor-default-setting-to-note-title-field/
  3. Ben350, thanks for clarifying. what you're asking for is different than what's being discussed here. You're searching for a snooze feature, while we're talking about recurrent reminders: e.g. birthdays, or getting the trash out every Tuesday, or (in my case) paying the taxes every 3 months. You can "snooze" by clicking on the reminder icon or the date, and modifying the date to tomorrow. Involves 3 clicks...
  4. The criteria that can be used as triggers for IFTTT with the Date & Time Channel are the following: Every day atEvery hour atEvery day of the week atEvery month on theEvery year onDoesn't look like you could do "every second Wednesday in the month". Might be a good feature request for IFTTT.As I mentioned, this is just a possible workaround, just like the Google Calendar could be used. Maybe if you "invited" your Evernote email address in Google Calendar, they would get a reminder?Naturally, best would be native recurring reminders in Evernote itself, but hopefully folks that need it can use one of the options discussed in this thread in the meantime. Have fun!
  5. A possible workaround in the mean time is to create an IFTTT (if this then that) recipe to create new notes at the specified interval. http://www.matthewkimberley.com/evernote-reminders/
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