It feels like Evernote is trying to force themselves out of use by decrementing their product rather than enhancing it's obvious challenges.
cmlccie replied to OLK's question in Evernote for iOS Requests (Versions 8.24.6 and under)+1 For as long as Evernote has been a product, it is still woefully lacking in basic note editing features: Table creation, editing and formatting are a pain on the desktop client and are impossible on mobile devices. Easy to use styles and "saved formatting" would be huge. Drag-and-drop content placement would enable a fluid more natural note-taking canvas. Enabling active and dynamic mixing of content: text, annotation, sketches, tables and photos. (Today, if you want to annotate, you have to "switch modes" and you lose the ability to edit the text or replace the ot