Jump to content


Level 3
  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About mathiepe

mathiepe's Achievements




Community Answers

  1. I totally agree with you Raindog. With Evernote is has been a few steps forward and a few steps back with every update. I remember an iOS version where it was possible to at least choose a few different sizes for headers. Not perfect, but that's not even possible right now. I do believe change is coming soon though, reading blog posts like this. https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/09/22/the-future-of-writing-in-evernote. Let's hope we don't get more half-baked new features, but get more focus on that what's already in there. To do what we use it for in a more perfect way.
  2. I generally don't like the design of Evernote for Yosemite, but...I can live with it. I have now made it all more simple so Evernote looks like a lightweight app again. Somehow, removing the sidebar and toolbar made Evernote for Yosemite work more neatly for me, as I really stumble over these kind of things. Ofcourse I made some trade-offs: aesthetics vs. functionality (which I now all solve through the menu bar). The main problem is by far the toolbar though. I'm sorry to say, but it's kind of hideous. Especially as there are buttons that I do - and will - never use, just like you. Being able to customise the toolbar like in most apps for Mac would solve all of these problems at once. Big +1 for this thread.
  3. I have hidden that hideous toolbar for aesthetic reasons as it cannot be customised. I'm afraid that you cannot search notes without it, though. Using the shortcut to search for notes indeed brings back the toolbar, which is a pity. Wish there was another solution for it. The fact that the menu still says 'Show toolbar' will indeed be a bug.
  4. And does this feature planned? For what this limitation was made? Evernote barely ever tells what's in the making. Hopefully Evernote reminders get an update soon, but from what I've heard/read I wouldn't count on improved reminders in the nearest future. We can only hope: I'm a big fan of reminders and hope they get more useful too.
  5. I have been using Evernote as my todo-app almost ever since Reminders were introduced. It's far from ideal though, despite some very good task-managers out there (like Wunderlist). Yet all I need for Evernote to be almost ideal is recurring reminders, priorities and a place for it in the widget and the home-screen of the iOS app. It's the one thing I await most eagerly for Evernote to do.
  6. Very same here for my large notes that need to be updated on a regular basis. @Catmull: I think this should be made possible by Apple generally in iOS, but it appears there is no way to do that. Up-down-uuuup in one single finger movement would seem pretty natural if you ask me. As for now: there is no way to do it in Evernote and standard iOS apps by my knowledge.
  7. It is not the solution you're all looking for, but it may help some people to raise the awareness of the 'shake to undo' option on iPhone, like Martin mentioned earlier in this topic. After you made a mistake or accidentally deleted content, shake your iPhone within the note and you can undo your very last action. May already reduce a lot of data loss and problems...
  • Create New...