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sicunder

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  1. The handwriting keyboard (i guess that's what you meant)is extremely slow in real world situation. Like taking meeting notes in a large meeting. Taking hurried notes of what professor is telling in the surgery ward, quickly jumping from patient to patient. So a pen and paper like experience like snote and onenote is the only practical solution. Snote is as good as onenote when it comes to inking. But when you want the ease of syncing between devices that comes with onenote, you need the combined power of both evernote and snote. The problem is in the windows 7 snote client, evernote syncing is fine. Snote pc notes only sync oneway and samsung's support was disappointing, the indian staff closed the chat window as soon as i mentioned that the problem is software, they seem to be only concerned about selling hardware and have orphaned the great software that snote is. Workaround-1) onenote android + onenote windows + evernote desktop + internet + a lot of copy pasting Anyways once i get free upgrade to windows 10 home which can convert onenote inking in android to text once synced to a windows onenote desktop client, I am going to shift to onenote for note taking on my note3. I will convert my onenote inking to text And will use evernote for permanent note storing directly from desktop (copy paste) directly because of unlimited storage that evernote gives. I will by pass snote and evernote android client completely. Though if i was a native English speaker i would have missed evernote android dictation capability but since i am permanently moving away from English i don't need it. Work around-2) Snote android + snote windows + usb cable + external hardisk + discipline Samsung has let me down. But i still consider snote a very powerful tool because you do not need internet to sync snotes. As snote is independent fileformat that can be moved around even in a pendrive or via bluetooth or via manual sync i.e usb cable.
  2. The handwriting keyboard (i guess that's what you meant)is extremely slow in real world situation. Like taking meeting notes in a large meeting. Taking hurried notes of what professor is telling in the surgery ward, quickly jumping from patient to patient. So a pen and paper like experience like snote and onenote is the only practical solution. Snote is as good as onenote when it comes to inking. But when you want the ease of syncing between devices that comes with onenote, you need the combined power of both evernote and snote. The problem is in the windows 7 snote client, evernote syncing is fine. Snote pc notes only sync oneway and samsung's support was disappointing, the indian staff closed the chat window as soon as i mentioned that the problem is software, they seem to be only concerned about selling hardware and have orphaned the great software that snote is. Anyways once i get free upgrade to windows 10 home which can convert onenote inking in android to text once synced to a windows onenote desktop client, I am going to shift to onenote for note taking on my note3. I will convert my onenote inking to text And will use evernote for permanent note storing directly from desktop (copy paste) directly because of unlimited storage that evernote gives. I will by pass snote and evernote android client completely. Though if i was a native English speaker i would have missed evernote android dictation capability but since i am permanently moving away from English i don't need it. Samsung has let me down. But i still consider snote a very powerful tool because you do not need internet to sync snotes. As snote is independent fileformat that can be moved around even in a pendrive or via bluetooth or via manual sync i.e usb drive.
  3. The handwriting keyboard (i guess that's what you meant)is extremely slow in real world situation. Like taking meeting notes in a large meeting. Taking hurried notes of what professor is telling in the surgery ward, quickly jumping from patient to patient. So a pen and paper like experience like snote and onenote is the only practical solution. Snote is as good as onenote when it comes to inking. But when you want the ease of syncing between devices that comes with onenote, you need the combined power of both evernote and snote. The problem is in the windows 7 snote client, evernote syncing is fine. Snote pc notes only sync oneway and samsung's support was disappointing, the indian staff closed the chat window as soon as i mentioned that the problem is software, they seem to be only concerned about selling hardware and have orphaned the great software that snote is. Anyways once i get free upgrade to windows 10 home which can convert onenote inking in android to text once synced to a windows onenote desktop client, I am going to shift to onenote for note taking on my note3. I will convert my onenote inking to text And will use evernote for permanent note storing directly from desktop (copy paste) directly because of unlimited storage that evernote gives. I will by pass snote and evernote android client completely. Though if i was a native English speaker i would have missed evernote android dictation capability but since i am permanently moving away from English i don't need it. Samsung has let me down. But i still consider snote a very powerful tool because you do not need internet to sync snotes. As snote is independent fileformat that can be moved around even in a pendrive or via bluetooth or via manual sync i.e usb drive.
  4. i have note3, evernote (android and windows client both) and updated snote cliet (pc and android clients both), the problem- i have set up evernote as the sync server, the notes made on my pc snote show up on my mobile via evernote, but notes that i made in my mobile snote do not show up in pc snote even though the evernote sync is working. at present i have to copy the snote file from my evernote client to my desktop to open it in my pc snote client. but thats just a copy not the original note. possible solution- when opening pdf files on right clicking the note in evernote it gives the option "open with" from which we can choose adobe foxit etc. same way they can also give an option for spd (snote format) to open it in snote pc client. so any of you guys any idea around this problem?
  5. i have samsung note 3 neo, being a phablet it's significantly smaller than a traditional tablet, which makes handwriting harder on small screen. i am presently using snote for handwriting because it has a zoombox i.e a magnified square for pen input. having a zoombox makes utilization of small real estate of phablet screen easier. unfortunately snotes is a device specific app and also not crossplatform. i know snotes can be synced via evernote but the whole page becomes a pdf even the text part. i would really appreciate, if evernote team can come up with their own zoombox for handwriting directly on evernote android app. thanks. i have other suggestions as well, but let's see how well this one is received first. regards
  6. Thanks Gazumped. It's a very active community i see, responses from members are quite fast & all helpful. And active and informed community-I guess I am going to enjoy the evernote experience. Regards Sicunder
  7. Thanks for the quick reply Michael. Any restriction on the number of devices after premium membership expires ?
  8. Hello everybody, I just bought the premium account (actually it came with my Note 3 for one year). I was wondering on how many devices can I install my premium account, I have 2 smartphones -Nokia Lumia710 and a Samsung note 3. I have one Desktop Lenovo Ideacentre and a laptop Lenovo Y410. hoping to get some answers from management or experienced users. Regards
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