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sylvain rodrigue

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  1. On 13/05/2016 at 3:34 PM, Frank.dg said:

    How often do you "blindly" click on big green buttons... like 7 times or more a day? If that's your big complaint, I think Evernote must be doing pretty well for you. 

    @Frank.dg Not a big complain, and Evernote is one of my prefered software ever (with Excel, reNamer, WinMerge, calibre and Visual Studio). This product is nearly perfect, I'm just trying to help the guys to make it perfect :)  Cheers.


  2. On 13/05/2016 at 11:37 PM, Dave-in-Decatur said:

    I don't use the Web version of Evernote very often, but I have to at least hesitate over which button to click every time; I've clicked the wrong one more than once. No, not a huge problem--but a completely unnecessary one, IMHO. I understand welcoming newcomers, inviting them to sign up for an account. But then shouldn't that big button at least be located somewhere other than right between the Username + Password fields for established accounts and the Sign In link? I think it's bad design, and since it is a problem for some people, and moving the button a little wouldn't be likely to cause a problem for anyone, I hope they move it.

    @Dave-in-Decatur I second you - this is bad design. I'm an early adopter of everything on the web since, well, 1994, and I'm getting catched most of the time when I'm logging on the Evernote website. Cheers.



  3. On 13/05/2016 at 10:48 PM, briancaldwell said:

    @sylvain rodrigue It's a fair point. Thanks for the feedback.

    I'm curious about one thing. Do you prefer Evernote for Web more than Evernote for Mac or Windows native apps? Do you use the Web app most of the time? Is there a specific thing that you like about using Evernote for Web more than our native clients?

    Sorry to be this late, Brian, and thanks for your comment ! I prefer the Windows EN client a lot but I'm very often using a new computer/pĥone/tablet for work. Cheers.

  4. Hello all,

    I wonder why there's no Delete option in the context menu (right-click) of Evernote for Windows. When I clean up my inbox (every two weeks), I delete many temporary notes. I usually select some of them an than right-click, just to find out -- again -- that there is no Delete option in the context menu.... I can press the Delete key of course, but a Delete option would be SO simple to implement and so useful, I wonder why you didn't do it.

    All the best,

    Sylvain, Paris.



  5. Every time I go to evernote.com on a new computer, I enter my email and password in the large textboxes and click on the big green button, blindly - and it doesn't work. Because these big textboxes are for newcomers. If you have a paid subscription, you have to read the fine text below and click on the little "Connect" link. And wait for a second page.

    Most websites (if not all of them) are doing the opposite. Why Evernote don't follow the normal case?

    I just hate it.

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  6. I use EN Web Clipper nearly everyday to save newspaper articles. However, most of them are decorated with useless stock pictures that consume more disk space then the text itself (not to mention my screen estate).

    I would love to have the possibility to save a "Simplified without pictures" version of these articles. I would use half the disk space every month and you would spend a lot less on storage !

    All the best, Sylvain, Paris.


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