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Evernote Dutchman

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  1. Justin and team, Please, reenable the Atlas view again. Searching for the notes on or near a location really was a boon on mobile. Thanks for keeping up the good work.
  2. Dear Evernote team, When reading the posts in this discussion, I perceive there are many questions and considerable uncertainties. You state in your Three Laws of Data Protection (link) you are not a "big data" company and do not make money off our content. That may have been true to date, yet, you just announced a partnership with one of the epitomes of big data. Your statement in the Three Laws that "Everything you put into Evernote is private by default." deserves scrutiny by your users. Instead of having your users make implicit assumptions, please, make a clear video, Q&A o
  3. Rejoice, as of version 7.17 simplify formatting is back again. Thanks Evernote
  4. Great work Evernote team! Simplifying Formatting is back in iOS version 7.17. Thank you for staying open to your users
  5. Thanks GiacomoLaw, that did the trick! It works well now.
  6. Great all the steps forward Evernote has taken with iOS 10. Congratulations! For the next update I would appreciate using iMessage with Evernote, when the latter has been protected with the passcode lock. Right now iMessage sees the notes, yet cannot attach any.
  7. Generally appreciate the updates. However, in Evernote for iOS 7.16.1 I miss the option "Simplify Formatting" in the note menu. Thank you so much for restoring this option.
  8. Think of how useful this feature becomes when using Evernote's presentation mode: it clearly helps to make information in notes easier to digest when looking at the main headlines, whereas you could focus only on the collapsed details in case the appropriate audience needs to know. Among the huge benefits of this functionality is time saving as you will not need to rework the information every time your audience changes, as is usually required in the case of standard document and presentation apps such as text editors, PowerPoint and Keynote. Collapsable bullet points bring the best of both wo
  9. Being not immediately simple doesn't mean it can't be done. Think of how useful this feature becomes when using Evernote's presentation mode: it clearly helps to make information easier to digest when looking at the main headlines, whereas you could focus only on the collapsed details in case the appropriate audience needs to know. Among the huge benefits of this functionality is time saving as you will not need to rework the information every time your audience changes, as is usually required in the case of standard document and presentation apps such as text editors, PowerPoint and Keynote
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