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Shazzzam

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  1. I can’t get any of them to do anything except create a note when I want it to get a note. I’m at the end of my patience with Evernote. Get it together or sell to someone who can.
  2. Unfortunately, this does not work with audio files.
  3. Unfortunately while you can text and email the files out of the app you are still unable to do the same to open files in other apps (not even with help of the Workflow app.) I store audio files and I need to be able to open them in audio editing apps.
  4. It doesn’t even require the files app it works directly on each individual audio or visual file through use of the share menu. This is what I would expect to happen in Evernote but for some baffling reason it does not—Completely trapping all content
  5. That’s why I stopped using Evernote. I’m not about to fill it with all of my stuff just to have it sandboxed. I work solely in iOS so Evernote renders all my files completely useless. Apple Notes has done a great job of making Evernote obsolete.
  6. Agreed. I actually stopped using Evernote completely because of the inability to anything with the audio and video embedded in notes.
  7. Try adding master tags to your shortcuts for quick access.
  8. We all love clipping articles from the web. Of course the purpose of this is to save them for later reference and many of us use the highlighter tool to remind us of important pieces of info. It would be really useful to introduce a feature that jumps from highlight to highlight in the way that the web allows us to look for specific words on pages. With this feature we could easily review all highlights in a note. This would be useful to all of us: students, business men & women, writers, etc. This would be great to have on desktop, web and mobile.
  9. The Android app looks about 300 times better than the current iOS app. Having all the menus slide in and out from the side, the quick add button, the starting with notes rather than menus -- all amazing. From what I can see it’s near perfect for my uses with only one minor tweak—I would add audio notes as an option for the quick add button. (Dream feature would be for audio notes to work like they do in Google’s Keep app--including the actual audio and a transcription.) If the material design was brought to iOS I would start actually using the app again instead of relying on third part apps like Drafts to get what I need. Fingers crossed.
  10. I’d be happy if the iOS app just looked and worked like the android app (with audio notes added to the quick add options). This current iOS is something I never use. takes to much time to do everything.
  11. I have watched several videos of the beautiful interface just brought to the android app (Evernote 6). http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2014/09/04/new-evernote-6-android/ I love the quick button at the bottom. It's very similar to Path except with the icons extending in a line rather than an arc. I've also notice Google adding this type of menu to their Docs app and the new Inbox app. The home screen is what I'm most interested in as the the reminders have a home at the top. With this feature, Evernote can do away, almost completely, with my need for a separate task management application. (I say almost completely because recurring reminders would be needed first.) I'm wondering when this new version will be coming to iOs. Is there scheduled released date?
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