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  1. So the ability to edit the creation date is being removed from the desktop app? Is that correct DTLow?
  2. Yes. Please support Adonis Pixel.
  3. Hey Chuck, great to see you on the board helping folks out. I have a question I raised earlier in this thread and have seen asked in other threads for some time. The question is why the iOS version does not permit modifying a note's created or modified dates. This is key metadata that I rely on for managing my notes. More times than not, I am creating notes and need to "back-date" them -- say on an airplane after a business trip -- and my only/preferred device at hand is an iOS device. Not having the ability to modify the note dates significantly reduces the productivity of the iOS apps. What is Evernote's thoughts around this lack of a key feature on iOS? I just want to understand how the Evernote team thinks about this. Thanks again for spending time on the board.
  4. Yet another Evernote for iOS update and still no ability to edit a note's creation date. Epic productivity fail.
  5. Long time Evernote user. It's surprising how I am becoming more and more "mobile" in my interactions with Evernote. An important part of my day is when I sit down in the evening and finish creating and modifying notes for what occurred during the day. Most things can't be noted as they happen. I do this in the comfort of my own space and I am most often doing this on a mobile iOS device -- not a desktop computer. That said, it is critical to be able to modify the created/modified dates from the iOS platform. Please, please, please implement this feature! Evernote for iOS is really crippled without it.
  6. Yes, please! Feature parity has become critical as I find myself using Evernote more and more via iOS devices. Within that, ability to edit created date is paramount.
  7. Come on Evernote! Get on top of this. You look like you're chasing your tail.
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