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  1. @Vincent Verbaeys Unfortunately not. Neither for jotting not sketching. As I stated before - this is simply a software issue, not a hardware issue. Not even sure EN is developing anymore, as I didn't saw any significant changes or Bugfixes. Ist EN dead?
  2. I doubt it is a hardware-issue. It is a software issue inside of Evernote. As I can't use EN as my daily driver, I got used to Squid. It is very responsive on my Samsung Note 10+ & Samsung Tab S4 - wheras on both devices ENs handwriting was completely not usable. Even Googles Keep has a much better responsivity. But to be honest: it got better, but is still not usable - but for jotting down notes ... I'll stick with squid.
  3. Same here. Brand new Samsung S4 Tab. Every app works fine (best are the Samsung apps, which I don't like). But Evernote is a nightmare. Hoped after years of usage to get finally my hands to the handwriting feature; but still ... nothing & useless. Had the same issue back then with my Nvidia Shield ... So this problem persist now for over 3 years. Dissapointed Pro-User - but thank you for the "new elephant" ?
  4. I would love to ... but sometimes ... the limitations are blocking? Would be awesome, If I don't need any 3rd party apps to do my work in a way I want to achive. I could provide a very long list of´possible improvements. But all good suggestions in this forum get ignored anyway - as this article, created 4 years ago. Any as other apps are showing: inline tags are not rocket science...
  5. Can you explain the "primary sourcen." -- I put everything into evernote (approx 7000 notes). I switched to paperless a while ago. F.e.: my insurance documents, Invoices, Guarantee documents and more are scanned and tagged. So I can find it fast - Thtats what I really love on EN. But when it comes to "serious" note taking: I suffer each time with the editors possebilities (Tables got better after years), but: Table of Content (like: Confluence), Inline Taggging (like: Google Keep), The way of handling Content (like: Notion.so), Smart Objects (like excerps of notes (Confluence), Emed
  6. I already give up on Evernote (I hava a payed plan) ... but they focusing on "reskin" and so on, instead of bringing in convinent features to Evernote. EN will be my primary sourcen. But when it comes to taking notes serius: I rely on Notion.so. The way how they handle text is incredible and a game changer. The only thing EN does (yet) better: tagging, and search (but truly say: where is a good UI for stack together a search ... the search itself is powerfull, but the implementation of the UI (Windows, Android) puts it to ashame.
  7. Long avaited tables are finally there. Some small glitches: 1. when adding a horizontal line to a colored cell, the lines backround stays white. Also I witnessed a fix for "format to text". Usually it added an extra paragraph, which needed to cut out manually. This seems to be fixed now. Great work - thank you!
  8. Such a feature would came in handy. Most to-do apps I remember have per default a notification running when a reminder was set. Now we have that cool new feature to create new notes over a permanent notification... But why I can't get a "real" notification of my todos? This topic is now 1½ year old and I was searching for exactly this problem... It's there maybe a third party app which can handle this? @Wordsgood - misusing a reminder for "pinning" is the same I do, because of the missing feature of have pinned notes (yes, I know - there is the Favorite-Notebook, but I bar
  9. Thanks for reply. Creating an own UI would be one way - but in my opinion a to huge effort if you want to enhance only a small piece. E.g.: there are a lot of plugins for the Google Chrome or Firefox to enhance or change its features/capabilities. It would be to much to create an standalone browser only to create something like the beloved Evernote WebClipper / Clearly (which I still use) :-)
  10. Whats about providing an API, instead of trying to implement only a part of great ideas from your customers. So we can build our own features. Because I think, the community has great ideas, but EN is unable to serve them all. An API would be the best compromiss for creating cool things as (only a glimse from my mind): Inline Tags (similar to Google Keep) Inline Anchors / in connection with an Table of Content "real" tables // the current implementation is really buggy Tables with fixed header / footer Tables with summary (calculating Columns) T
  11. @jefito: Thanks for pointing to the new version. I didn't got notified. I'll install and see if this problem ist fixed (for me) Update: After installing (303089) - I can say: the problem seems fixed. Thanks!
  12. As I mentioned in the above posts already, I really need this feature. How can Google implement it in such a tiny tool like Keep, but EN is unable to handle it?
  13. Unfortunately I stuck to Windows. And as far as I saw screenshots from the Mac-Version: it looks like it is far more developed than its Win counterpart. Would be great to have an official API to prodvide plugins - so everyone could customize EN for his needs.
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