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  1. Agreed. Having Notebooks, Tags and writing tools all at the top made it efficient to create and manipulate notes. The new design creates more distance and more clicks, bad UI/UX, IMO.
  2. When I click on the Notebook label icon on a note, it just reloads the note, it does not let me change the notebook like it should. Screenshot/video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Tx6Js-5v_qfCthwVnUWHhlT60L9Kaajz/view
  3. I'll use this for now, but most user's aren't going to want to have to manage their reminders. This also doesn't work for the Android Widget, I use to quickly glance at my task list.
  4. I use EN primarily for personal and school, and a little for work. Currently when a note as a reminder is shows at the top of the client, even if it isn't due yet. It would be nice if reminders only showed when the reminder was due. For example, all of my classes have their assignment due dates and descriptions posted on my student portal. I'd like to be able to make notes with the title and description of each assignment at the beginning of the semester, and assign a Reminder a couple of days before the assignment is due. That way, when an assignment is coming up, it notifies me, and the reminder pins it to the top of my notes list. I can jump in and do my homework. For personal stuff, I save documents and registrations to EN. For example, when I get my auto insurance policy, I save it to EN. I'd like to be able attach a reminder for 6 months down the road when it renews so I can call my insurance company and negotiate again. Or for vet appointments, I can remind myself what shots/examinations my dog has or needs. Sometimes I take pictures of quotes for customers for callbacks. It would be nice if I could take a picture, set a reminder and have it stay out of my way until the time/day I need to call the customer back.
  5. Even when it's my own writing, the right click, [correct spelling] still causes this to happen.
  6. I know the New Web Beta is still being developed, that's why I'm giving feedback.
  7. When writing in the new Web Beta editor, if I misspell a word, and use the right click option to correct the spelling, it changes the font size of the whole paragraph. When I checked the size option in the editor bar, it still reports it as the original size. Let me know if the Google Drive link doesn't work. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1d8vb2EHQroqiyZ3SNZUo75o_3m2G0iiW/view
  8. The title basically says it all. the default text is set to Sans Serif, size 16. I think it's too big, and I don't like the font. It would be great to be able to change the default font and text size for new notes. It would better accommodate personal preference of the user and differences in how monitors display text.
  9. In the old version of Evernote Web, when I hovered my mouse over a Note card(?), I would get quick options to Share, Remind, Star or Delete. The new Web Beta doesn't have that, it's hidden away in the Overflow (3 dot) menu. Please bring the old hover options back.
  10. Thank you for going over the Web Clipper. I use it a lot, and am excited for the improvements, and to see parity across the different platforms and types of clipping. Below is a screen recording (Google Drive link) of the differences of web clipping, depending on what platform/style of clipping. The "Simplified Article" in chrome grabbed the header image and text, but kept it in a slim paragraph. Whenever I click the "simplify formatting" button in EN Web, I get different behavior between the regular Web Client and the Beta. The Article clip from Chrome, grabbed everything, even cutting off some text at the top, and all of the comments, and empty spaces Android is unpredictable, this article clipped fairly well, which is about 50/50 for me. There is a lot of empty white space. The API tie-in with Instapaper clipped the cleanest. It was simple, text only, kept the formatting that mattered, and was cleaned of everything else. I've started using this to save my articles, as it's the cleanest way to save an article for later. This creates and extra step, but is more reliable than the "Simplify Formatting" currently on either versions of EN Web. I'd like the SImplify Article to behave more like Instapaper, simple and clean, no need to reformat articles or text. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1P9BtIlkkbl8kb1Bot-_lslbvjNllnaez/view?usp=sharing Will we get a Simplified Article with the new web clipper? How will clipping work on mobile, will be get the options we have on desktop clipper? I know a lot of people use EN as a "read it later" service, having a good Simplified Article option will create a great user experience for that (I'm assuming) large customer base. @Ray Sidney-Smith See above
  11. I used to do this, and love Google, my main laptop is a Chromebook. However, all of my school papers need to be in APA format, and the formatting doesn't convert right from Google Docs to Microsoft Docs. I write it up in EN, copy and paste to Word online, apply the formatting. then save the final doc as an attachment to EN.
  12. Evernote recently introduced their Gmail Add-on, I use it all the time, but would love to be able to set reminders from the add on. This way I could remind myself to respond/reply/take action to the email later.
  13. Agreed. I use EN for school, all of my homework, papers, notes and research is in EN. Currently I have to write it in EN, copy/paste to Word, then save. It would be great if EN could simply Export, I could skip a step.
  14. I use EN for School, so some of my Tags have long names, like "MPM357: Project Performance and Quality Assurance", will I be able to search for "quality" and have it bring up the tag for that class? I have a 2 layer parent/child hierarchy for my tags. I have !School, !Tasks, #Dates, @People @Places and Topics, then the child tags that fits under each parent. Side request, the ability to batch edit/move tags. Currently food and food related tags are under Topic, having to move all of those tags to a new Food parent is a pain, which is why I haven't done it yet. Being able to select multiple tags, drag and drop into a new nest would be amazing. This would also help for archiving tags after completing a research project or work project.
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