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  1. Hello there! While definitely theses are some basic features to be requested in Evernote, there are a few workarounds some of them. Might help anyone else who stumble upon this. You can export the note as HTML and then use Word to open the file. Yes, use MS Word to open the file. You can then change the fonts and everything. Works for tables too. And with multicoloured table rows too! This is again true. But you can create a table to two or three columns and then paste a picture inside each cell. It will (somehow) achieve the same effect as having multiple pi
  2. I stumbled upon this post when searching for solution to a similar problem with Evernote not saving a PDF correctly. The note created after sharing the PDF from Safari browser would be a blank note. Turns out, there is a option when sharing to choose the format in which to share. In the top of the sharing dialog box, just below the file name (I am on iOS 13). The default is "Automatic". I changed it to PDF. Evernote was then able to save the note with the PDF correctly. Hope this helps.
  3. It feels like Evernote team is not going to look into this issue anytime soon. I am also using Evernote right now for my academic work, but I have been lately thinking to switch to a different note-taking app just because of this fragmented approach to annotation and note-taking.
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