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mgilvey

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  1. I take notes when I'm walking, running, even driving my car. What I'd like to see is: Can Evernote recognize when I'm moving and give me the option of a different UI? When I start a new note, while I'm in motion, I would like to have two large buttons, one for Dictation, and one for Record; I don't want to have to look for them Use voice commands to create a new note, add title and content Choice of dictation, or recording. I tried making a note today and it was very cumbersome and I had to record instead of dictate.
  2. Can we get a character count when i highlight a block of text?
  3. I took a look at the guide; I had no idea it was so deep. RTFM...Make time for it. LOL Thanks
  4. I keep a lot of notes on workflow. As such, I'm grabbing screenshots, videos, and photos that are saved on my computer. While I know I can drag and drop, or copy and paste, it would be nice to have a keyboard command to invoke the attachment so I could grab the file through a dialog box.
  5. I just wish it would turn up results for specific phrases I put in first. If I search for "black cat at night" I'm not looking for results that include just black, cat, or night.
  6. I vote for this feature! If they don't or can't partner with Grammarly, how about partnering with Hemmingway?
  7. Agreed. That is why it makes sense for Evernote to purchase the Grammarly application so they can build that functionality into Evernote. That would totally rock!
  8. I've recently started using Grammarly. It's a great writing helper, but Evernote (on the desktop) does not integrate with it. I'm jumping around between EN and Grammarly to get text ready. What if you just purchased the company that makes Grammarly; what a great pair! Further, having the features of Hemmingway Editor might be a good idea as well—I like how it color codes sentences when they are difficult to read. Currently, I actually can use Grammarly with EN but only if I'm using the web version of EN because Grammarly integrates with my web browser. However, what a great partnership to be able to incorporate Grammarly into your Desktop versions!! Can I get a yeah-buddy from the crowd?
  9. If I share a document with someone, I know that when we are both working on it at the same time, one person will not be able to edit while the other is editing. That's not the issue. When I am finished with editing a note that maybe the other person isn't even working on, I would like the ability to be able to notify them that the note was updated. This could be a popup window that is displayed when the note is closed (if it was open in it's own window). Whatever the trigger, it would give me the following options: Notify the other users by email Notify by Evernote Chat message Notify by text message Do not notify, only show file update The #4 option is included regardless of what the user does. It would be an update time stamp that appears in the UI some where. Further, currently, if a document is being shared, there is text below the title that states so. What if we put the time stamp there and move the sharing info to an icon. See illustration below.
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