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mwlodarski

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  1. The last changed note is always the first in the merged note. The workaround is: make changes to notes in reverse order. I usually add and delete a dot in note title to make the note I want first be the last modified one. It requires some minimum thinking but works.
  2. I appreciate your input and effort to write that many words. That's a weird theory, though. For two reasons. 1. Lack of logic. One simple example would be the Drafts app that allows basic notetaking with "Save to Evernote" option. To "be nice" to this developer, Evernote should give up the notetaking part. 2. The focus. Any company that wants to suceed has only one thing to look at and focus at. That thing is The Final Customer. Not the supplier, not the distribution partner, not the 3rd party developer, but the final Customer. If Final Customer is not happy, they do not spend money
  3. Yeah, but that moves me back to manual adding to calendar. This dragging, although manual too, feels better than simple copy/paste. I guess that's more psychology than real problem. BTW. if I use a classic link on my Mac, will that work properly on the iphone?
  4. I only do scheduling with Evernote once per week when I do my Weekly Review. So it is survivable. I would be adding Reminders while looking at Calendar anyway. Integration would save me time on copying Titles, etc. Major problem for me now is: when I click on the Note link in Calendar it opens the Note in Safari and only after that opens the Note in Evernote. Any idea how to omit the Safari part? It takes up to 10 seconds for the Note to load.
  5. Thanks for that Frank.dg. I have tried Sunrise in the past. A nice app, but it has some limitations. For example, all Evernote notes are only 1-hour-long events and you cannot change it. It generates holes in my calendaring when I schedule 4 hours of work on a note. Also, my target is to use as few apps as possible. I am tired of sync issues, different formats, discovering new workflows and limitations. One complete solution is the Holy Grail and Evernote is damn close to it for me when it comes to my work & life organisation. Thus, my little request.
  6. I think there should be no such discussion. Export to iCal is a basic feature. No magic discovery is required. The standard is like 20 years old. A small project that can work on all platforms and make lots lots of users happy (user forums are not even 0,001% of Evernote user base). What's not to like about it. For now, I: Open Evernote and Calendar together using Split View Drag a Note to a desired position in Calendar. Note's URL becomes Event's title. I cut the Note's URL and paste into the URL section of the Event. I copy Note's title into Event's t
  7. Thanks, tried it but it asked me for my Apple Password. Thanks, but no thanks.
  8. Evernote doesmany things: note taking, scanning, OCRing, searching, presenting to name a few. I see nothing wrong in asking for more on a public forum. To be honest, if an app provides any time-related functionality (like reminders) a simple calendar feed should be standard feature accompanying this functionality. iCal is a standard format, so there is just one output required. There are plenty ways to handle tasks management in Evernote. From checkboxes within notes to using more advanced frameworks like the one I described here, one can use the app according to her needs. For me, Evern
  9. I want to have everything in my calendar. Since I do most of my work in Evernote and use notes as to-dos as described here, I would like to avoid other stuff. If I need to do something, I create a note and add a reminder for the day when I plan to work on it. If I could see them in my calendar, I would not need to create events by hand
  10. If there was just one feature to be implemented in 2016 exporting Reminders to iCal would get my vote. Each notebook should come with a complimentary calendar feed which one should be able to subscribe to. That's it. Nothing more is needed to make it a perfect app for a productive individual and team. I know there are some workarounds available but I am not interested in them. I want native solution. Evernote, get to work and deliver, please
  11. Evernote freezes on my iPhone 6s Plus. Whether I open a note or create a new one it freezes for several seconds. After around one minute I can move forward. Please fix it as the app is unusable.
  12. I recently moved from an Android phone to iPhone. After coming back from a day full of meetings I sat down to scan the business cards. Is it possible on iOS? On Android I needed to choose the "business card" mode in camera and scan the business card. There is no "business card" mode on iPhone app. Hod I do it?
  13. No worries. Scanbot is an excellent app for Android. It costs around $5 for life license and does everything Scannable does.
  14. Ridiculous. Purely ridiculous for a company with $100+ M in funding. Disgusting.
  15. Hey Evernote, I submitted a ticket 3 days ago. Ticket# 918019 WTF???
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