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  1. As a user of Evernote web clipper in Safari on iOS, when a web page is displayed in "reader" mode and I tap the "share on Evernote" button, I expect Evernote to save only the page contents free of clutter, with the "reader" formatting. however, currently, Evernote records the whole page layout, including the headers, footers, and the web site menus. I don't need all of that. Workaround: i can achieve the expected results by copy-and-pasting the page contents, by saving the images locally and by inserting the images in the note one by one. It would be a great improvement of the experience for me if the "reader" content were copied as-is. Moreover I wouldn't loose the source URL this way. Benefit for the Evernote servers would be less useless, space-consuming web page layout contents in the notes saved this way.
  2. Hi folks I'm using Evernote to plan my trips/vacations by clipping web pages of accommodations and places I'd like to visit. I create a notebook for each vacation. It would be great if Evernote gave me a possibility to display the notes inside *only* this notebook on a map. There's already a geolocation feature but it displays *all* notes (from all notebooks) on a map. that makes the feature unusable for me as most of my notes are geolocated but I only want to focus on a subset of them. That makes a lot of noise and basically all I need is a notebook filter feature for the map. By the way, it would be very helpful if Evernote detected the physical address of the place inside the web page I'm clipping and set the geotag for me ;-) I can think of further use cases such as having reviews/pics of the places I've been to, all gathered in a notebook, and displaying them on a map.
  3. Would love this feature too! (btw I was not able to find it in Evernote for Mac version 6.0.3 so the thread title could be updated) In case it cannot be implemented for the time being, I'd request to change the way how the toolbar entries are handled. Let me explain. I'm used to clicking in the search box in the top-right corner for searching thru my notes. However with the last update, a new button was introduced for creating a work chat. When the Evernote window is not wide enough, the search field disappears, and then clicking in the top-right corner creates a new chat. That's confusing for me. I'd expect the new work chat button to disappear first when the real estate is not sufficient for displaying the whole toolbar contents.
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