Hi, Seems like this discussion has been going on for a while. Just wanted to chime in with some feedback form my work team. We have some staff working in the US and some staff in Asia. The latter, sometimes with pretty slow internet connection (Which is the biggest headache with the full size images). We all happen to use iPhones for our primary note taking and then later review on laptops. For our intended purposes a "medium" size image would be sufficient to get the point across. Currently the workaround is the Email the photo to ourselves as select "medium resolutions" then, use the new image file. This is a cumbersome and inefficient process. It would be really cool if the EN app had one or both of the following options: 1. When a user takes a photo, before importing it into the note, ask the user what resolution they want (same as when sending an Email from iPhone) 2. When a user imports a photo from an album, before importing it into the note, ask the user what resolution they want (same as when sending an Email from iPhone) In the iPhone Mail App - if you try to Email multiple images at once, it only asks you the question once and applies the answer to all images in that Email. That seems to be great logic for that process. Evernote staff, what do you say? Is this an improvement you can make? Thanks! Yonton.