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  1. I just rebooted. I checked some images that I have annotated before and those do have the "annotate this image" when I right-click on them. So it looks like you're right... the image I originally tried to annotate was not EN-supported. Thanks for the help, everyone! I'm relieved the feature is still there!
  2. Yes, I used to be able to right-click on the image and select "Annotate this image"-- but now that "Annotate this image" doesn't even appear any more. It's the same on two different PC's. Are they quietly discontinuing this?
  3. With the latest version of Evernote, I noticed we can no longer annotate images. Please bring it back!
  4. That is a good question. Most of my mistakes I catch within a few minutes of posting. Maybe there could be a time limit for editing posts, say 15 minutes. I like your kitten avatar! :o)
  5. I have Evernote Premium. Sometimes I hit the send button and realize after the fact that my work chat has mistakes in it. I'd love to see a feature where we could edit it. The ability to archive work chats would be wonderful, too. Thanks for any consideration!
  6. I'm having the same problem. I guess we could take the 2016 calendars and alter them to 2017.
  7. I had my kids try this with Prismacolor colored pencils for their science projects and it did not work well. Your best bet is sticking with black ink. eta: I should mention that we used the Kindle HD 7 (2014 version) camera, which may or may not work as well as the cameras on other devices.
  8. I feel very uneasy about this alliance with Google. It makes me feel like a lab monkey: now Google can study the way we think and how we organize the things that matter most to us. You can't tell me they won't make use of this opportunity in some way. Yikes!!
  9. I came across this review of the Samsung WB250F camera on Slashgear. It talks about how you can upload photos directly from this camera into Evernote. When it was first released in 2013, it even offered 3 free months of premium. Yet I can find no info about this anywhere on either the Evernote or Samsung websites, or if there is any integration anymore between the two products. I have an Amazon Kindle HD 7 (with Evernote, of course) and the camera on it is lousy. I love using the Evernote Post-Its and Evernote Moleskine journals, but the camera is so lousy on the Kindle that the results are poor. I was hoping this Samsung WB250F might work better for me, if it truly is offered with Evernote functionality. Can anyone chime in if they use this camera with Evernote? Can you still get it with free premium? How does it work with Evernote, exactly?
  10. Hi, why don't you have a look at this article? This is brilliant! Thanks for posting this!
  11. This looks great! I like that it includes an image of the book, too! Thanks for posting this!
  12. Thank you, Chirmer! I'll look into that IFTTT... anything to make it easier! I was also looking at the RefME app, which lets you enter books one by one and formats them (MLA, Chicago Manual Style, that sort of thing). But you still have to cut and paste them over to Evernote. Not the most efficient way.
  13. Good idea! Thanks! I feel like a dope, but what is IFTTT?
  14. I'm interested in cataloging all the books in my personal library (well over a thousand books) and keeping that list in Evernote somehow. What would be an easy way to get all those titles into Evernote? Is there a decent barcode scanner that would sync well with Evernote to make the job easier? How do you manage your personal library? Can you recommend a great app that might work with Kindle?
  15. I noticed the limits link said that there is a maximum of 100,000 notes allowed... is this total notes per account ever, or is it a monthly upload limit? Thanks.
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