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JSchless

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  1. In Word, if you tab from the last cell in a table, you automatically insert a new row. Simple Intuitive Useful
  2. I want to second what a fine feature this would be. I switched from Google Keep to Evernote because of the intuitive way it displays lists and notebooks. But Keep has got the checkbox feature right: a toolbar item for adding checkboxes A menu item called "Delete checked items" that operates on notes That's all you need. You certainly don't need special machinery inside checkboxes. Then you could have lists called: Grocery shopping To Do's Books I need to get etc, and they would all work properly. Since Evernote lacks "delete checked items", I still use Keep for these functions. I'd rather I didn't have to.
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