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  1. This is useful and I use it, but I was more thinking commenting a la Google Docs. https://support.google.com/docs/answer/65129?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en
  2. So, theoretically I could take an epub, convert to HTML, then import the chapters as individual notes?
  3. I don't use tag's much for things like non-fiction books, as the different chapters are their own subjects the note title is enough of a description for me. I'll do a few generic tags, but I don't go crazy. The only tags I use for school is the class name. Then each note is titled for the topic, eg, Wk1 Discussion board, Wk2 Defining Project Scope, Wk3 HW Project Charter etc. Search is really easy, I select the one tag for my class, and all of my notes pop up, then I can search within that class. The only thing I go tag heavy on is articles that I've saved in a dedicated archive notebook. I use an asterisk * instead of star or favorite, and subject(s) for example:
  4. Throwing my support on this. Currently I'm buying paper books, highlighting passages, then using the Document Camera to take pictures of the book pages. Native EPUB with highlighting (and commenting for premium?) would be wonderful. I could buy an ebook, and import straight into Evernote, an entire library at my fingertips. This would probably take up less room on my account/Evernote's servers than loading it up with a bunch of pictures, search would be faster too.
  5. Dark mode is enabled in Evernote v8, that's the same version they dropped support for Android 5.x which is what that Kindles are based on.
  6. Google won't reply to your feedback, it's not a two way tool. If you want that I'd suggest using the product forums. https://support.google.com/assistant/?hl=en#topic=7546466https://support.google.com/assistant/community?hl=en
  7. Try saying "Save a note to Evernote" then let it ask what the note is.
  8. There's several ways to get there. The easiest is this: On your phone launch Google assistant, swipe up to view your Assistant inbox, tap on your profile in the top right, settings, slide over to Services, find Lists, you should be able to pick Evernote as your default. If this doesn't work, try saying "save a note to Evernote... test", that should change your default back to Evernote.
  9. The feature exists on Windows, Mac, and Android, please bring it to the web client as well. https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313488-How-to-see-the-number-of-words-in-a-note
  10. Hence the feature request. Obviously the OCR can see, and highlight text after a search, I see no reason why it cannot then perform a copy/past function to "grab" text from an image. Again, the feature request.
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