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  1. Well that was an interesting read. This thread seems to have devolved into a debate about the relative superiority of tagging over folders a la PlayStation vs. Xbox, PC vs. Mac, Star Trek vs. Star Wars, Android vs. iOS.. [need I continue?] The reality is the features don't have to be mutually exclusive; you can have both and it would: Add to the multitude of creative ways to use Evernote by having the two systems complement and enhance each other Allow users to choose for themselves which organizational system to use Extend an organizational system that almost everyone is already familiar with into Evernote Add another potentially tier-able feature to entice users to subscribe Is there something to be lost by adding this feature?
  2. Huge +1 on this idea. I use Evernote Web frequently to take class notes or notes from textbooks and the resulting outlines can get huge and nearly unmanageable. Being able to collapse and expand list outlines would be an immense and welcome improvement.
  3. When copying content into Evernote, it retains the source formatting automatically. This is nice, but sometimes you want the content to come over as plain text and adopt whatever formatting is in use at the 'paste' spot or as plain text. This option is perfectly exemplified within Microsoft Word, and Evernote would benefit greatly from adopting this feature given that notes take content from varying sources; We should be able to designate whether we want to import the formatting or not. Evernote Web has a button in the editor to 'Remove formatting', but it doesn't always work correctly, I believe it is more geared toward removing formatting that was created by the editor itself rather than as a tool to convert imported content to plain text. My current solution is to paste into Notepad and re-copy from there. It'd be nice to see this baked into Evernote to spare me my pain.
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