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philmair

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  1. If the EN team are in the middle of an editor re-write for the Android, then please don't forget the HORIZONTAL LINE as well ... such a useful feature for laying out notes. I noticed in older posts this was giving problem. But it looks like that has been fixed as I'm having no issues in viewing/editing notes, written in Windows with horizontal lines, on my droids. I just can add horizontal lines with the Android version. Shashank ... why not use the handwriting feature to write your equations. Not ideal I know, but it will keep all your notes in one place. And I think I've just read that there is a beta release out of EN that does a better job of integrating in-line pics/attachments into a note (but I could be wrong ... I'm sure gazumped will know more about this).
  2. Yep, it works fine for me. I just have to remember to do this for any new Notebooks I create ... maybe have an option under settings to have offline checked for all new notebooks. Working on the principle that new notebooks are empty when you create them, you would get a chance to unselect it before adding any notes you didn't want to access offline (if that makes sense).
  3. Yes, but a choice of the "start screen" would be good (on all devices). The default Android screen is cluttered .. which is a shame as obviously it's smaller than on Windows. I always want to open Evernote (on all devices) so that it just shows Notebooks in the left hand pane. I don't want the four very large icons at the top (add note, camera, voice, add reminder) - these could be put on the green menu bar ... its largely empty and thus wastes space. I don't need the four options : Notes, Notebooks, Tags, Places - All my notes are organised into Stacks, then Notebooks - so I navigate through this hierarchy, by *always* selecting the Notebooks option. Hence an "always open in ????? view" would be a great addition to the setup options.
  4. I have been using B-Folders (in Google Play) for quite some time. It does peer-to-peer synchronization. It marketed as a "password briefcase" but its far more flexible than that. THe entire database is encrypted and password protected. It syncs between Android devices (any number) and Windows (any number). I have now switched to Evernote for my non-sensitive notes for three reasons: 1. The synchronization (in B-Folders) is manual - so I had to manually remember to sync between two Android and three Windows devices. Too much to remember especially when I was using PC, tablet and phone throughout the day. 2. B-Folders is only for simple text notes - no attachments. This was OK for most of my note taking ... but not being able to include sketches, pics, pdf's etc was getting a more of a problem. 3. B-Folders has no ability to link notes. I now run both in parallel - B-Folders for sensitive stuff ... which doesn't change too often, hence the sync issue isn't so much of a problem; and Evernote for everything else!
  5. I had the same issue. I solved it by putting all my notebooks in stacks. Some stacks had just one notebook ... so I combined them. It makes the organisation look much less cluttered.
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