Matt W.'s post in Restore Android built-in sharing was marked as the answer
Hello @Drew Northup,
Thank you for posting. When using the sharing option on Android, you are given the options similar to other applications, to where you select what application you want to share your note or notebook to. For further details on this, please see our support article on sharing in Android.
Hope this helps and let me know if you have any questions.
Matt W.'s post in Not a Techie! was marked as the answer
Hello @Sonya Funk,
In order to see your previous notes, you will want to log out of the Evernote account in the application on your phone.
To do this, please do the following:
- Open the Evernote application for Android.
- Select the three lines in the top left corner of the Evernote application.
- Tap on your name/email address at the top and then choose "Sign Out" at the bottom of the page.
- Once signed out, please log into your previous account and allow the Evernote application to sync.
Hope this helps.
Matt W.'s post in Evernote Android Typing Completely Glitchy?? was marked as the answer
@Maxwenta and @SpecEd,
We are currently working on the note editor found inside of Evernote For Android and across the other Evernote applications. I encourage you to enroll in the Evernote Beta program, to see if you still encounter this after updating your Evernote application.
Matt W.'s post in First line auto-titling not working? was marked as the answer
Thank you for posting, and welcome to the forums. In Evernote for Android, the note titles are by default titled "Untitled Note" until you are to title it. This is something that was changed several updates back with the inclusion of the new note editor. Having the note auto-title to the first line again would be a great idea, or at least having it as an option.
Matt W.'s post in Pasting Copied Text Is A Different Font And Size was marked as the answer
We are currently in the process of correcting this, and will likely be fixed within the next few updates. The development team is continuing to expand and correct issues found within the note editor. I will keep you posted when this fix will be completed.
Matt W.'s post in Saved searches in widget not working anymore was marked as the answer
I wanted to reach out to you with an update on this to let you know this has been corrected as of 7.9.8, which is in the process of being released. If it is still happening after this update, please let me know.
Matt W.'s post in hope to subscribe more than 1 year was marked as the answer
Currently you can only change your subscription for the next time you are up for renewal and does not extend your subscription. Having the option to extend the existing subscription is something we will look into.
Matt W.'s post in Crippled in Android Browsers? BOO! was marked as the answer
Thank you for posting and I hear you on this. Evernote Web is a good option for your notes, but it is not designed for mobile devices. Having said that, if you really want to use the Evernote Website, try Request desktop site in the Chrome browser when viewing the Evernote Website. It does work as an option, but you will be missing out on the applications functionality.
Matt W.'s post in Wanting to purchase an android watch was marked as the answer
This is a great question. Since the Evernote application on Android has the Android Wear option baked in now, you will be able to add a quick note by saying "OK Google...Take a Note". After completing the note it will ask you where you want to save this note when you next access your phone. From there you can select Evernote. This works on most current gen Android Wear watches I have messed with (Moto 360 2ndGen and ZenWatch 2).
Matt W.'s post in search within a note was marked as the answer
Thank you for posting and welcome to the forums. This was recently added in Evernote for Android over the summer. To access this, please try the following when within the note.
Tap on the three dots Select "Search in note" Thanks!
Matt W.'s post in Can't open imported files was marked as the answer
@gazumped is correct on S Note being the only application to be able to open handwritten documents from S Note. It might be worth noting that Samsung created an S Note application on Windows that can be downloaded from here. Once you sign into your Samsung account from there, your notes stored in S Note should load and even allow you to import in the S Note files from other devices.
Hope this helps!
Matt W.'s post in Unable to export note as pdf - still not fixed?! was marked as the answer
While this is not an option through the application directly, you can accomplish this by doing the following:
- Set up a Google Cloud Printer and download the Google Cloud Print application from the Google Play Store.
- Go into the note you want to print inside of the Evernote application on your Android device.
- Once inside the note go up to the top right of the Evernote application and tap on the three dots and the side menu will pop up.
- Select Share > Post a link > Copy URL.
- Go into Chrome on your device and paste the link in the URL bar and the note should load up after pressing enter.
- Tap on the three dots in the right corner and choose Print.
- Select the printer and print.
Matt W.'s post in Keyboard not showing what I typed was marked as the answer
We have implemented a fix in the new Evernote Beta for Android that will correct this. If you are not a enrolled in the Evernote Beta program, feel free to enroll here.
Please be sure to let me know if you run into any troubles.
Matt W.'s post in EVERNOTE POINTS and Referrals was marked as the answer
Hello @Emy 1337,
I went ahead and pulled up the account and see that you have referred quite a few email addresses, but only one of them fully went through the process. I have gone ahead and credited your Evernote account with 10 Evernote Points and you should be able to redeem it at www.evernote.com/points
Please let me know if you have any further questions or PM me directly.
Matt W.'s post in Clip to EverNote - cell phone was marked as the answer
Thank you for posting and welcome to the forums. The Evernote Web Clipper functionality can be found by using Android "Share" function once you have installed the Evernote application for Android through the Google Play Store.
So if there is a page you are wanting to clip from Chrome, simply tap on the Three dots in the top right corner > Select "Share" > "Add to Evernote" will appear as an option. I hope this helps and please let me know if you have any further questions.
Matt W.'s post in Weird autocorrect problems was marked as the answer
Thank you for posting and am sorry you are encounter troubles with Evernote and the keyboard. We are currently looking into this, as we have had a few reports of conflicts since the latest Evernote update with the stock Asus keyboard. I will keep you posted once I know more.
Matt W.'s post in Location info not found was marked as the answer
Hello @Khom Monirath,
Thank you for posting and welcome to the forums. Since the location of the note isn't being registered, there are a couple of places I would check.
Please make sure the location settings (GPS) is enabled for high accuracy on your Android device. This can be found by going to your Settings application in your app drawer Evernote has it's own application settings found inside of the app. To access them, please tap on the three dots in the top right corner Select Settings > Notes Make sure the location settings is checked on this screen Please let me know if you have any further questions and hope this helps!
Matt W.'s post in Chrome OS was marked as the answer
It would be nice to see this featured on Chromebooks. Currently you can accomplish this on the Web, but you should see this feature with the upcoming update to Chrome OS, which will let some Chromebooks load the Evernote for Android application directly from the Google Play Store.
Matt W.'s post in Request - Screen Timeout Options was marked as the answer
Thank you for posting and welcome to the forums. When you are editing the note, it is by design that the screen not be turned off based on the screen timeout settings. This was put in place so that you can read over what was in your note without having to worry about the screen timing out of having to put in your PIN again. Keeping you productive while using Evernote on Android.