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  1. Similar to the OP, a feature that would make Evernote extremely useful would be the ability for it to recognize words, word combinations, or even symbols drawn or images to utilize that information to auto-file a note into a specific notebook (and auto-name the note, too). Similar to the way the Rocketbook Wave (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/642311833/rocketbook-wave-cloud-connected-microwavable-noteb) software works. I have been trying out the Rocketbook Wave app, but it has some shortcomings, first of which is extremely low image resolution on captured images. Second of which is th
  2. +1 for Android. I am currently looking to start journaling. I wish to do most of my journaling with good old pen and paper, but want to be able to readily digitize it into some form of journaling application, or just into Evernote. So far evernote, via the document camera, seems to be the best option for combining the pen and paper world with the digital world of journaling. Would love to see more options out there.
  3. This is a great idea. There should be more auto-naming options in the Android version. For example: 1. first (user selectable quantity of) words in the note. This should be able to work with the document camera too, with the built in hand writing OCR. 2. current time and date only (without grabbing calendar event info). I'm sure there are more good ideas. I had a not self-title itself "clean cat litter" because I have a reminder all day event in my google calendar to change my cat litter 3 days a week. I have had others even less helpful.
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