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Michael Jones 161

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  1. Hi gazumped Thanks for your reply. It's pretty much as I guessed. I can't be bothered with typing all that date and time text string each time I make an entry. It's a bit of a bother and should really be entered with just a couple of clicks. I've since found another Android diary app with a matching browser diary. It does all I need it to. I can make diary entries with folders and tags as needed - and I can do it on my phone as something happens, on my office PC when I get back to my desk, or later, on the bus, or in bed or in the place where I do most of my thinking. But I don't have to try to remember the time and date backwards!! So, it's sorry - farewell Evernote.. you're not for me.
  2. Hi I am trying to use Evernote on Android as a journal of the days events at work. I often catch up entering my events last thing at night - sometimes after midnight. (I have that sort of job!) When I enter a note such as "Fred was twenty minutes late again!", I want that to be dated for the time and date that Fred was late, However, if I am entering that retrospectively, it has a 'creation date' of the following day. For example - I want to enter "Fred was late again!" to show up as created on Sunday, 1st January at 10.20am. - but I don't get around to inputting it until two o'clock in the night. Now it looks like Fred was late at 2.00am on Monday 2nd January. If I want to search for everything that happened on 1st January, Fred's tardiness won't show up, because Evernote thinks he was late on Monday. I believe that the creation date can be changed on the PC version. Can I do it on the Android, and if not, why not? Thanks for any help. FYI - I have been using Orange Diary which lets me date my entries, but I was hoping to take advantage of the online and multi-platform benefits of Evernote. Plus I'm about to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which makes a big thing about having Evernote integration or something.
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