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  1. Yeah it can be pretty annoying. I'd love Evernote to come up with a simple tool that temporarily highlights the areas of difference (like in pink or something) if there is only missing / removed text with the additional ability to have any additional text in the duplicate note put in bold with the text changed in colour to pink or red. It would then be glaringly obvious what has happened so no info is lost. Shame they don't seem that interested...
  2. Excellent idea. I've kind of given up on it ever happening for my BlackBerry but would be good for Android...
  3. Yeah, bit off right? I'm a premium member (subscription ends May 13th, 2016) and I'm being prompted more and more to get Evernote Premium 'for my team'. Bit silly really and shows that despite the data Evernote has on me (been a member since June 2011 and installed the app on every phone I've owned since then) they can't target their advertising well at all...
  4. Not used it enough for a full review but mostly I like. When navigating the new interface I am struck by the amount of 'empty' space there seems to be, not sure if this is a 'helps you to focus' plan or not but not sure I'm a fan. Other than that I'm very pleased that Evernote is improving this as it certainly was the worst part of the Evernote experience.
  5. You may not be the only one with problems... http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2014/09/13/evernote-android-now-chromebook/
  6. Hmm, don't know you have to do anything special although it's quite possible if you're not on the full version of Chrome OS it may not be enabled. Mine is running on: Version 37.0.2062.119 (64-bit)Platform 5978.80.0 (Official Build) stable-channel falcoFirmware Google_Falco.4389.78.0 If you're an advanced user running a beta version maybe best to back up your current set-up, then restore to factory settings and see if that solves the issue?
  7. Although a little off-topic for an Evernote forum VERY relevant for Chromebook users; you can suggest other Android apps you think should be ported to ChromeOS here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/10mlIGJq2ENubhkvTJYk11ujckA8t-RYx06qr61EPI_g/viewform
  8. Yeah, it's pretty sweet, much needed and an interesting step in both Android and Chrome (OS) development...
  9. In playing around with it this morning it's looking pretty sweet, my only timy grumble would be that you can't seem to go 'proper' full screen, unless I'm just doing it wrong...?
  10. Yes, yes you can... Here, as predicted earlier, is the link to the dedicated Evernote app for Chrome - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/evernote/dhfolfjkgpeaojbiicgheljefkfbbfkc?utm_source=gmail Fill ya boots!!
  11. Definitely +1 for that!! I bought a Chromebook yesterday and do really think that Evernote suits the target market for Chromebook users; people who are on the move and yet need laptop-style computing ability or those who need a full laptop but are trying to get by on a budget. My only question is will they bother? I read in a couple of different places that Android apps will be able to run in Chrome OS so maybe Evernote are just going to wait and then use their already pretty good Android app....? http://lifehacker.com/chrome-os-will-run-android-apps-natively-sync-with-and-1595975542 http://www.omgchrome.com/android-apps-notifications-call-alerts-chromebook/ I agree the waiting will be difficult but hopefully not too long...
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