kaymg replied to StRodney's question in Evernote for Mac Requests (Versions 7.14 and under)Evernote is great for notes of any length if working from your mac - I can size it anyway I like! I am partially sighted so it's not a preference thing when I want to see notes on my other devices in a large font too. My earlier complaint was a disability access issue. I'm going to give OneNote a go - looks as though it does everything I need! (Had previously not considered it because I didn't have a Microsoft account - I'm a mac/android user) This may mean bye bye evernote!! If I get on well with One Note, I will be advising others with disabilities to go this direction too
kaymg replied to StRodney's question in Evernote for Mac Requests (Versions 7.14 and under)I came here at the suggestion of the Evernote support team. It seems what I asked about is the subject of much discussion! I was told that the people who work on the app take suggestions from here...... Font size is a basic accessibly requirement, especially for someone like me who has a visual disability. What is the point of an app if no one can see it? I wonder if there is scope in the DDA (disability discrimination act) on this, when help has been consistently requested for over a year. I wrote this to the support team: I need the ability to increase font size in iPad version of Evernote. I have that editing ability on my mac, which is helpful for note taking.... But I'd rather do note taking on my iPad. I have visual problems. I'd just like the ability to actually see my notes. I would also find this useful on my android phone. The ability to increase font size globally would also be helpful so I can see the names of folders and notes lists too. So come on Evernote developers - the option the increase font size within the WHOLE app, not just the note taking bit, is a vital need, especially when it comes to basic accessibility.