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Kiefer

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  1. Hey all. I went and put in a ticket with Evernote support regarding this issue and someone from the team got back to me asking me to send an activity log from my iPad Pro. If anyone else is interested in getting this through the pipeline quickly, I would suggest going in putting in a ticket. I think the more of us bring it up, the more urgency they will have fixing it.
  2. It's so frustrating that we haven't heard anything on this. It would be one thing if it weren't an existing technology, but come on, I can name 10 apps on the App Store that run a much smoother engine for PDF annotation- and in fact I have to frequently export my notes to those apps to mark them up, which completely defeats the purpose. PLEASE someone at least comment on this...
  3. Bump. Has any progress been made on this at all?
  4. Close to 5 months, and no response on progress? Bueller, Bueller....can we keep bumping this till we hear anything on it guys and gals?
  5. +1. Note taking and document annotation is the crux of Evernote (it's pretty much all I use it for) and the iPad Pro is the perfect vessel for that. I've been following this issue since June and haven't heard anything new. Can anyone from the company please comment on why this glaring issue hasn't been fixed?
  6. I'd really like an option to just add a PDF as a note rather than as an attachment on the note. It's pretty trivial, but when I'm saving something that's just a PDF (like sheet music for example) it's a little inconvenient to have to open the note and then click the attachment. Thanks!
  7. +1. I'm currently having to export PDFs to notability, edit, then reimport. Completely negates the convenience of Evernote. PLEASE FIX. The thing is, Apple Pencil works fantastically when you're just sketching a note. I'm confused as to why the same engine can't be applied to PDF annotation.
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